Australian author Robert Bruce has been a frequent guest on Dreamland, and we’ll be talking to him again in the fall. He has announced 5 week online course in practical astral projection, beginning September 8. To learn more, click here. Subscribers: your special newsletter will soon announce a special offer on this course JUST FOR YOU!

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…and this time, it’s not petfood from China! On Dreamland, Linda Howe often reports on mysterious cat mutilations across the US. Now something else is killing our cats?a mysterious epidemic of thyroid disease. Researchers may have finally found the cause: exposure to dust from flame retardants in household carpeting, furniture, fabrics and pet food.

Veterinarian Janice A. Dye has evidence linking the disease to exposure to environmental contaminants called PBDEs, which she found to be elevated in blood samples of hyperthyroid cats. Her findings were based on analysis of blood samples from 23 pet cats, 11 of which had the disease, termed feline hyperthyroidism (FH). PBDE levels in the hyperthyroid cats were three times as high as those in younger, non-hyperthyroid more

Could extraterrestrial life be made of corkscrew-shaped particles of interstellar dust? Astronomers have discovered intriguing new evidence of life-like structures that form from inorganic substances in space that could be the basis of ANOTHER life form.

An international team of astronomers thinks that extraterrestrial life forms may exist inside particles of interstellar dust. If life exists there, it would be a different FORM of life from the kind found on earth, which is all carbon-based. Under the right conditions, particles of inorganic dust can become organized into structures that can then interact with each other in ways that only the organic compounds we are familiar with usually do.
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We regularly report on the global warming phenomenon of big blocks of ice falling from the sky?something which has been reported on local news outlets for years, but which the national media does not seem to have noticed yet. Now a TV station in Modesto, California reports that on August 20, a block of ice the size of a bowling ball crashed through the roof of a home and hit a 10-year-old boy. As usual, the family heard a plane passing overhead, so they assumed that the ice came from the airplane, and it did?in a way.
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