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The Green New Deal has a fatal flaw—it doesn’t address where we live.

Sprawl is made possible by highways. This is expensive—in 2015, the Victoria Transport Policy Institute estimated that sprawl costs America more than $1 trillion a year in reduced business activity, environmental damage, consumer expenses, and other costs.

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Electromagnetic Energy

Tube Torus Electromagnetic Field

Originally posted October 24, 2015

As shared in book 2, Creation of a Hologram, the grid image of the Eternal Life Grid is a “ 1,277 more words

Ascension

The Electricity of Touch

I’ve long been fascinated with science fiction.  I grew up watching Dr. Who, Star Wars, Star  Trek, Misfits of Science.  I loved Madelaine L’Engle’s books, as well as The Girl With Silver Eyes, Dune, anything by Ursula K Le Guin, Lord of the Rings.   398 more words

Health & Fitness

Sign of What's Ahead

When I see volcanic activity with hot lava exposed, I imagine that this is the way the earth ‘bleeds’. The earth’s ‘blood’, turns into a ‘scab’, which is a ‘cooled’ rock and can turn into sediment or soil. 780 more words

Everyone Can Use a Natural Energy Boost!

Energy is defined as the strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity. In other words, energy is integral to what sustains us and gives us vitality. 360 more words

Health

Listen to the Sound of Saturn's Electromagnetic Energy

Listening to the sounds of Saturn’s electromagnetic energy is creepy as hell! We can listen to plasma waves rushing past Saturn toward Enceladus. It kind of sounds like a whooshing chaos that is definitely not of this world. 210 more words

Because Science Is Cool

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR GENETIC EFFECTS OF TIME-VARYING ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS ON HUMAN NEURONAL CELLS (ct)

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TABLE 5. Down-Regulated Genes in Descending Order
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Thomas J. Goodwin, Ph.D.
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center / 2003

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