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Read about the weird sleeping habits of Eminem, Mariah Carey, Tom Cruise & others

For busy, successful people, sleep is a precious commodity, rare and treasured. So when it comes to getting a solid night of shut-eye, some do everything they can to not let insomnia, pressure at work, or snoring spouses get in the way, even if that means creating a weird nightly routine or napping to get through the day. 1,077 more words

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Nikola Tesla: a rare genius

Nikola Tesla: a rare genius

 Big Think

Meet the William Shakespeare of science.

Exploring the Life of Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla was a rare genius who never received the recognition he deserved while alive. 120 more words

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The Black Knight satellite — are aliens watching us?

A persistent UFO conspiracy theory is that there is an alien satellite in orbit around Earth and it’s been there for 13,000 years. So what is it? 749 more words

Conspiracy Theories

This Is Exactly Why Nikola Tesla Told Us To Study The ‘Non Physical’.

If you google “parapsychology,” the first thing that will probably pop up is a Wikipedia entry loosely (and, in my opinion, rather offensively) defining it as a “pseudoscience.” This is unfortunate, because it distracts the reader from realizing that psychical research, also known as ‘psi’ (or parapsychology), is practiced by various scientists and reputable institutions all over the world. 2,416 more words

LIFE

Here Are Nikola Tesla’s Amazing Predictions About Future That Came True

The beautiful mind of Nikola Tesla was one of the best ones in a scientific and technical generation that stands shoulders above the lot we have right now. 1,036 more words

Technology

Herald: Lovecraft And Tesla Teaming Up For The Small Screen

The rights to Action Lab Entertainment’s comic series Herald: Lovecraft and Tesla have been acquired by Romark Entertainment, in partnership with Markerstone Pictures as a possible television series. 212 more words

TV News & Opinions

It's Time To Leap

Guest Post by Leslea Smith

I read the “leap manifesto“. It’s not radical. It’s not outrageous. It’s common sense, logical, and shows very clearly how transitioning to greener energy options, isn’t just good for the planet, it’s good economic sense. 406 more words

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