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Dr. Michael Cotton on Higher Brain Living

Dr. Michael Cotton on Higher Brain Living

Listen to My Exclusive Interview with Dr. Michael Cotton on Higher Brain Living! Every year millions of people die from cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and cancer. Many fall into depression and suffer from a very high level of anxiety. We try ...

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Dr. Will Moreland on Genius Potential

Dr. Will Moreland on Genius Potential

Listen to My Exclusive Interview with Dr. Will Moreland on Genius Potential! Humans love to define things in number. For example, those who have a body mass index of around 30 and above are considered obese. People who are six ...

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Jump Off with Jara Everett

Jump Off with Jara Everett

Exclusive Interview with Jara Everett, Author of Jump Off! (Can’t See Flash Player, Click Here) The definition of a Jump Off according to the Urban Dictionary: a casual sexual partner or girlfriend a woman of dubious sexual practices anything new and/or ...

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Yarsagumba: Aphrodisiac Fungus Faces Extinction in Nepal

Climate change and overharvesting have put a Himalayan fungus valued for its purported aphrodisiac qualities at risk of extinction. Known variously as yarsagumba, yarchagumba, yartsa gunba, yatsa gunbu and, more colloquially, “Himalayan Viagra,” the parasitic caterpillar fungus Cordyceps ( Ophiocordyceps sinensis ) grows on and kills Tibetan ghost moths during their larval phase underground

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Apple Unveils Future Products, Including iOS 6 with Tighter Facebook Ties

Apple introduced a number of improvements to its mobile and desktop operating systems as well as its MacBook Pro and Air computers Monday at the company’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. The conference is primarily aimed at programmers who will develop software and apps that run on Apple’s products but also provides a glimpse of what’s in store for some of its most popular electronics in the near future

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Human Health Given Short Shrift in Climate Talks

Aside from its impact on sea levels, weather and the economy, researchers say climate change is also an urgent public health concern, a matter that has been largely left out of the global climate conversation until recently. [More]

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Black Holes are Everywhere

Holes are everywhere, if you look... This post is the second in a series that accompanies the upcoming publication of my book ‘Gravity’s Engines: How Bubble-Blowing Black Holes Rule Galaxies, Stars, and Life in the Cosmos’ (Scientific American/FSG). [More]

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Is Dark Matter a Glimpse of a Deeper Level of Reality?

Two years ago several of my Sci Am colleagues and I had an intense email exchange over a period of weeks, trying to figure out what to make of a new paper by string theorist Erik Verlinde . I don’t think I’ve ever been so flummoxed by physicists’ reactions to a paper. Mathematically it could hardly have been simpler the level of middle-school algebra for the most part.

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