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Patterns of Existence

This morning I followed a “like” on one of my posts back to an article entitled “I never met Lao Tzu…“. It’s an interesting and enjoyable read, though it does present a number of common and not-so-common misconceptions about Lao Tzu and the text he legendarily authored, … 796 more words

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Women have not always lived longer than men. The "mortality gap" is a recent phenomenon. Smoking and heart disease are responsible for most excess male deaths in the 20th century.


Women have not always lived longer than men. The “mortality gap” is a recent phenomenon. Smoking and heart disease are responsible for most excess male deaths in the 20th century.
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Seed to Seal, part 3

Today, let’s take a look at step three: Distill.

Those graphics say it all quite nicely and I don’t want to get too wordy on top of it, so I’ll leave you with the video and call it a night (especially because I had intended to get this done much earlier but had a busier day than anticipated)!

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ICGEB researchers identify distinct biomarkers for dengue, chikungunya

Researchers at Delhiā€™s International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) have identified specific metabolites that can potentially be used as biomarkers for distinguishing dengue and chikungunya infections and co-infection by these two viruses. 527 more words

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Jacob Israel: Government Mind Control Is Now Legal In The US

Yes it is, ever since NDAA. Here is Jacob Israel to give you the basics on it.

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