In this powerful half hour, Whitley Strieber ends 2012 by going down a list of all the secrets the government keeps, from UFOs to JFK to 911. And remember Flight 800? Whitley does and he is still asking questions.

This talk is mind opening, often shocking and, when you realize just how much is being kept from us, deeply infuriating. But it does not need to stay this way. Whitley makes the point that we are essentially supporting a vast secret society that is the United States government, and that we cannot be free until we know the truths that are being hidden from us.
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Lots of us daydream about how different the world would be if the 9/11 attacks had never happened (or maybe only happened in a parallel universe). Is daydreaming a sign of intelligence or creativity? It turns out that it’s a sign that our memories are working just fine.

Studies have found that our minds are wandering half the time, drifting off to thoughts unrelated to what we’re doing–did I remember to turn off the light? What should I have for dinner? In fact, you’re probably not going to make it all the way through this story without thinking about something else.
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Not the awful stress that so many people encountered on 9/11 (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to these shows) but just a LITTLE anxiety–it may help you focus and perform at your peak.

In the June 19th edition of the Wall Street Journal, Melinda Beck quotes psychologist Stephen Josephson as saying, "Coaches and sports psychologists have always known that you don’t want your athlete to be relaxed right before an event. You need some ‘juice’ to go fast."
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