It really could happen – According to a new model of the universe, there is a 50% chance that time will end within the next 3.7 billion years. The universe was created by the Big Bang around 13 billion years ago and has been expanding ever since, a there is evidence that this expansion is accelerating.
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It hits teenagers especially hard – Is something unseen threatening our safety? Since Daylight Savings time starts on Sunday, March 14, we’d better figure out how to protect ourselves.

Daylight Saving Time can be hazardous for your health. On average, people go to work or school on the first Monday of Daylight Saving after sleeping 40 fewer minutes than normal. And recent studies have found there’s a higher risk of heart attacks, traffic accidents and workplace injuries on the first Monday of Daylight Saving. Researcher Nidhi Undevia says, “Many people already are chronically sleep-deprived, and Daylight Saving Time can make them even more tired for a few days.”
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The slo-mo & wagon wheel illusions – Is time just an illusion? We have more and more evidence that this is the case. In order to understand how our brains work, Subscribers get to listen to the paper that Anne Strieber presented at the conference, which tells you why contactees and abductees are essential for future life on earth).

Action films often show dangerous events happening in slow motion. This is taken from real life, since so many people who have been in these types of situations report the sensation of time slowing down, which gives them more “time” to take defensive action against what is threatening them.
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One of the things that Whitley talks about on this week’s Dreamland is how his implant has changed him: he has experienced time slips. This is something that Robert Koontz says would be likely to happen to a person who has been implanted by extraterrestrials, who would be likely to live under different laws of physics, including different time, than we do. And on this week’s Revelations, listen to the always loquacious Jim Marrs discuss the Bible, covert ops AND tell William Henry what he plans to talk about at our Dreamland Festival in June!

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