2012: A Remote-Viewing Experiment PDF Print E-mail
Post by Jo   
Saturday, 13 October 2012 16:00
This presentation by Courtney Brown, Ph.D. from The Farsight Institute was made at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration on 11 June 2010 in Boulder, Colorado. Courtney Brown presents a theory and data exploring the idea of describing the future with respect to multiple realities or alternate timelines.

The remote-viewing data constitute one of the largest collections of such data for a single project using structured remote-viewing platforms that were developed by the U.S. military. Two timelines are explored, with both suggesting potentially catastrophic climatic change by June 2013.

This is an interesting video regarding time lines and parallel realities, especially in light of all the discussion regarding the asteroid 2012 DA14 that will be passing close to Earth in February 23013.

$1 billion dollar project underway to drill into Earth’s mantle PDF Print E-mail
Post by Tom Levitt | CNN   
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 12:12

drill earth mantle tools

Humans have reached the moon and are planning to return samples from Mars, but when it comes to exploring the land deep beneath our feet, we have only scratched the surface of our planet.

This may be about to change with a $1 billion mission to drill 6 km (3.7 miles) beneath the seafloor to reach the Earth's mantle -- a 3000 km-thick layer of slowly deforming rock between the crust and the core which makes up the majority of our planet -- and bring back the first ever fresh samples.

How Faraday Cages Work PDF Print E-mail
Post by Nathan Chandler | How Stuff Works   
Monday, 08 October 2012 20:45

Electricity is the lifeblood of many aspects of our world. Without volts and amps, many of our technological innovations would cease to exist. Even our bodies wouldn't function without an electrical charge zipping through our cells. But what electricity gives, electricity can take away.

Although this form of energy is vital to so much of our lives, it's one of those things that are only good in the right amounts. Too much electricity can electrocute people. Likewise, it can kill our modern electronics and machines.faraday cage

But thanks to Michael Faraday, the brilliant 19th-century scientist, and one of his namesake inventions, the Faraday cage, we humans have developed plenty of ways to control electricity and make it safer for our computers, cars and other inventions -- and for us, too.

The Sound of Earth PDF Print E-mail
Post by Robin   
Monday, 08 October 2012 12:36
A new kind of thermostat PDF Print E-mail
Post by David Pogue | CBS News   
Sunday, 07 October 2012 20:20

thermostat nest ipod

The thermostat has been a straightforward appliance for years. The man who invented the iPod, however, believes that it needs a bit of a makeover both aesthetically and environmentally. David Pogue reports.

Watch the Video HERE

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