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Book Review: Mad Science Institute by @SechinTower

Mad Science Institute by Sechin Tower – 4 stars

Sophia “Soap” Lazarcheck is a girl genius with a knack for making robots—and for making robots explode. 334 more words

Book Review

Sleeping Habits of the Rich & Famous

from Entrepreneur

Thomas Edison thought sleep was a waste of time, preferring instead to take a series of daily power naps. So did Leonardo da Vinci. 34 more words

Sleep And Your Health

Radio XLVII, side B, track 4: "Love Song" by Tesla

Oh, Tesla, from the first moment I heard this song and heard your name, I thought you guys were fancy.  You had a different sound than most of the other hard rock bands I was hearing on the radio, plus your name didn’t have an obvious hard rock name, like… 672 more words

Music

ZPE is way better than fusion

Zero Point Energy is the lowest possible ground state energy in the vacuum of space, and the energy packed in the very space that surrounds us is so massive that the amount of energy in a cubic meter of space is a Decillion times greater (that’s 33 zeros) 1,107 more words

Rant

FREE ENERGY - Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Bearden, US Army, PhD.

Published on Nov 19, 2014

Lt. Col., U.S. Army (retired) Thomas E. Bearden’s letter to ARPA

Dear ARPA-E:

This is a serious technical response to your website’s invitation to offer suggestions, recommendations, and comments. 1,119 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

An Electrifying Claim

The Victorian Age was a time of both rapid scientific growth and a rise in paranormal belief. As it turns out, men of science were not immune to an interest in the paranormal. 365 more words

Writing

ALBUM REVIEW: Wardenclyffe 'Control All Delete'

WARDENCLYFFE
‘Control All Delete’
Ván Records
(Released: March 2015)
8/10

Wardenclyffe’s supercharged traditional doom metal effortlessly brings in elements of epic doom and death-doom. Lyrically, the Swedish band deals with some fascinating stuff; themes of transhumanism, global control, cybernetics and occultism abound throughout this thoughtfully thundering debut. 313 more words

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