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The Greatest Force - Best-Selling Book Ever (If...

Make The Greatest Force - the best selling book ever. You'll only get one shot at this. May the Greatest Force be with you - Always~ George Lucas was right. There is a Force in the universe that is created for all living things. It comes out of the Source of The Big Bang and pervades every square inch of the universe. Find OUT how to USE the FORCE We know now that the universe is expanding in all directions and the further away we look in the Cosmos using our most sophisticated and accurate telescop... read more »

One Day, She Met a Man

One Day, She Met A Man A Short Tale One day, while walking outside, she met a man. Or maybe it was a ghost of a man yet to be, she was never sure. He was throwing his hands Continue reading read more »

Best Tips on How to do a Car Oil Change

The last thing to come to mind when planning to buy a new car might be the cost of maintenance.... The post Best Tips on How to do a Car Oil Change appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

Good News For Cheese Lovers: New Research Says ...

If youre like me and cant go a day without cheese, Ive got great news for you! New research done... The post Good News For Cheese Lovers: New Research Says You Can Live Longer appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

The Catapult by Julie Arduini

My goodness, where did this year go? In some ways it has felt so long, and yet, I know I missed posting here because it has been so busy. I pray life is treating you well. A couple weeks ago Continue reading read more »

40-Hour Work Week Is Linked To Cognitive Declin...

Earlier this summer, a study focusing on the link between 40-hour work weeks and cognitive decline was published, and its... The post 40-Hour Work Week Is Linked To Cognitive Decline, Study Says appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

Lack of Sleep Can Tremendously Affect How Our B...

Insomnia is a common but highly irritating problem:the Sleep Health Foundation (SHF) estimates that 1 in 3 people will suffer... The post Lack of Sleep Can Tremendously Affect How Our Brains Deal with Emotions appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

Why Overthinkers Are Probably Creative Problem-...

Neurotic overthinkers, often have negative thoughts and emotions. The mere mention of the word conjures up a host of negative... The post Why Overthinkers Are Probably Creative Problem-Solvers appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

Science Says You’ll Be Much Happier If Your Min...

Our minds are a wandering machine. Astudy found that almost half of our thoughts are not related to what we... The post Science Says You’ll Be Much Happier If Your Mind Wanders Less appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

If You Like To Work Out, You Might Get That Fro...

How close are you and your mother? Do you ever find yourself saying the same things, dressing the same way... The post If You Like To Work Out, You Might Get That From Your Mom appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

8 Effective Ways To Boost Your Brain Power

The brainisan integral part of us which we dont know muchabout. As a result, were unknowingly neglecting and degenerating it.... The post 8 Effective Ways To Boost Your Brain Power appeared first on Lifehack. read more »

Earth Day (22/4) – Give Back to the Planet

Earth is our Home, This amazing world with a variety of landscapes and cultures has been the cradle of humanity, and even to this day despite all the technological development achieved we are still very much dependent on it. Every year on April 22th the World signify the day we give back to the Planet. [] The post Earth Day (22/4) Give Back to the Planet appeared first on TravelionX. read more »

Science, or Ignorance?

Friends, As you know, I study Evolution and Creation.  Science fascinates me, always has.  And that was a main reason I became Agnostic for years.  But, then I READ what Scientists actually wrote, I began to realize, there was a Continue reading read more »

The trust of Science and Numbers; The new Faith

I came across to my journal readings today and one of the authors of Princeton University Press author Theodore M. Porter discusses the trust of numbers and the pursuit of objectivity in science and public life. As of today science is conceived both in admiration and fear. In this context the fundamental theories of Galileo and other ancient arts scientist and mathematician are rigorously working on refining the inner realm of mathematics and science related to human life and existence. Further achieve... read more »

Puppis A Supernova Remnant

Driven by the explosion of a massive star, supernova remnant Puppis A is blasting into the surrounding interstellar medium about 7,000 light-years away. At that distance, this colorful telescopic field based on broadband and narrowband optical image The post Puppis A Supernova Remnant appeared first on Just Science. read more »

फसल को ऊपर से कुछ भी देने की ज़रूरत नहीं होती

ब्रह्मकुमारियोंने बताये PAU में योगिक कृषिके आध्यात्मिक रहस्य लुधियाना: 27 सितम्बर 2015: (पंजाब स्क्रीन ब्यूरो): विज्ञानं के विकास का सच अपनी जगह पर होगा लेकिनलगता है कि पराविज्ञानं या फिर आध्यात्मिक विज्ञान आज भी आगे है। बात किसी धर्म स्थल की होती तो शायदअलग बात थी लेकिन कृषि विज्ञानं के जाने माने संस्थान पीएयू में लगा एक ऐसा स्टाल जिसने इस विज्ञानं के लिए बहुत सी नयी बातें व्यक्तकी। आयोजन था किसान मेले का और स्टाल था ब्रह्मकुमारीज़ का। गौरतलब है किब्रह्मकुमारीज़ विश्वविद्यालय दुनिया भर में प्रसिद्ध... read more »

Little Planet Curiosity

A curious robot almost completely straddles this rocky little planet. Of course, the planet is really Mars and the robot is the car-sized Curiosity Rover, posing over its recent drilling target in the Marias Pass area of lower Mount Sharp. The 92 images The post Little Planet Curiosity appeared first on Just Science. read more »

Did We Cure Type 2 Diabetes?

I had a reader reach out to me a few months ago about a family member who was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes and who also has autism. Hes older than my daughter and they are facing some very tough choices and a major lack of education and info. Weve The post Did We Cure Type 2 Diabetes? appeared first on Just Science. read more »

How do you explain death to a child with autism...

How do you explain death to a child with autism? I thought we already had. I thought she got it, and maybe even understood it better than the rest of us. Weve lost a lot of pets in the last few years because we tend to adopt the old and sickly. But, The post How do you explain death to a child with autism? A Pets Death. appeared first on Just Science. read more »

22 Evidences That Confirm We’re Living In The F...

22 Evidences That Confirm Were Living In The Future The post 22 Evidences That Confirm Were Living In The Future YouTube appeared first on The News Channel. read more »

San Andreas Movie – CAN IT HAPPEN? IT ALREADY D...

San Andreas Movie CAN IT HAPPEN? IT ALREADY DID! Mega Earthquake! Is San Andreas Real? Is San Andreas real? Could The post San Andreas Movie CAN IT HAPPEN? IT ALREADY DID! Mega Earthquake! Is San Andreas Real? appeared first on The News Channel. read more »

MESSENGER’s Last Day on Mercury

The first to orbit Mercury, the MESSENGER spacecraft came to rest on this region of Mercurys surface yesterday . Constructed from MESSENGER image and laser altimeter data, the scene looks north over the northeastern rim of the broad, lava filled Shakespeare The post MESSENGERs Last Day on Mercury appeared first on Just Science. read more »

Full Moon in Earth’s Shadow

Last week the Full Moon was completely immersed in Earths dark umbral shadow , just briefly though. The total phase of the April 4, 2015 lunar eclipse lasted less than 5 minutes, the shortest total lunar eclipse of the century . In fact, sliding just The post Full Moon in Earths Shadow appeared first on Just Science. read more »

Emmy Award-Winning SciGirls TV Show by PBSKids ...

Greetings friends! Todays the day! I’m delighted to share with you the exciting news that a brand-new season of the groundbreaking, Emmy Award-winning SciGirls TV series is debuting on PBS KIDS today April 15th! We had the honor of getting some really cool swag as part of this amazing launch of the new SciGirls [] read more »

25 Powerful Images Of Animal Love That Can Teac...

We can learn so much about love and ourselves by observing animals. Their interactions are a sure sign of that expression through body language without verbal communication. One look at these pictures is all it takes to appreciate not only the love between The post 25 Powerful Images Of Animal Love That Can Teach Us About Ourselves appeared first on Just Science. read more »

13 Recycling Life Hacks You Can’t Live Without

1. You can upcycle your duct tape into a jar opener. gifak-net.tumblr.com 2. Melt down your dad’s records and turn them into bowls. Karen Mardahl (CC BY-SA 2.0 ) / Via Flickr: kmardahl Then put chips in the bowls, and eat the chips while you listen to The post 13 Recycling Life Hacks You Cant Live Without appeared first on Just Science. read more »

FEBRUARY SKYPUNCH

FEBRUARY SKYPUNCH Just before the start of the 2014 holiday season, during my free time when I’m not planning for the final The post FEBRUARY SKYPUNCH appeared first on The News Channel. read more »

“OctoPlus” Fun and Educational App for Your Chi...

Description Introducing OctoPlus, a gaming app that makes math addition fun and engaging for kids. OctoPlus places your child in an underwater water world where... The post OctoPlus Fun and Educational App for Your Child ( Special Needs Compatible) appeared first on Just Science. read more »

PBS KIDS presents Wild Kratts: Shark-Tastic on ...

Can you believe this adorable smile? Thats what happens every time I turn on the Wild Kratts from PBSKIDS! My son just adores this show and he was more than ecstatic when the package arrived from PBS Distribution with an early release copy the brand new DVD called Wild Kratts Shark-Tastic coming out on [] read more »

The War on Biofilm in Your Home!

Biofilm. Even sounds nasty. By definition, biofilms are a gaggle of microorganisms during which cells stick to one another on a floor. They are sticky... The post The War on Biofilm in Your Home! appeared first on Just Science. read more »

These are the top tech gifts of the past 20 years

I remember growing up there were certain gifts that I would prefer more than others. Like any average young kid, most of the presents I wanted were either gaming consoles, games to go with the console, toys, or some sort of gadget. That was the common Read More The post These are the top tech gifts of the past 20 years appeared first on Just Science. read more »

“Magnificent Minds: 16 Remarkable Women in Scie...

"Magnificent Minds: 16 Remarkable Women in Science Medicine" by Pendred Noyce is full of inspirational stories girls need for exploring a future in science read more »

Wet Washcloth In Space – What Happens When You ...

Wet Washcloth In Space What Happens When You Wring It? Video YouTube. International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield soaks The post Wet Washcloth In Space What Happens When You Wring It? | Video YouTube appeared first on The News Channel. read more »

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder

When I set up my business http://www.theflashcards.com.au I also thought I would do more to create awareness around Autism, which is a spectrum. I have since discovered that just one person running around and doing workshops is really not going to make Read More The post Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder appeared first on Just Science. read more »

Egg with Vinegar

Last summer while the kids participated in one of reading activity at the library we go the chance to learn new experiment. I went online to look for easy experiment that the kids can follow. I read about egg and vinegar and I thought it was pretty amazing. Watching how the egg shell bubbled up and disappeared quiet interesting. The kids too were interested with the result. Check out this “naked egg” which means an egg that has no shell. You can find this experiment on youtube and online for explanation.... read more »

15 Hours of Science on a Comet

Early on Wednesday morning the European Space Agency completed another milestone in a ten year journey to study Comet 67P know as Churyumov-Gerasimenko by successfully dropping a laundry machine size lander from an orbiting satellite. ESA has been touting The post 15 Hours of Science on a Comet appeared first on Just Science. read more »

Images From The Rosetta/Philae Landing

By now everyone knows, humans have landed on a comet for the first time ever!!! Its going to be quite exciting to see what we can find there. So far not much of the data gathered has been released. But here are some photos from the comet landing. The post Images From The Rosetta/Philae Landing appeared first on Just Science. read more »

The Copenhagen Wheel turns any bicycle into an ...

The heyday for electric vehicles was way back in the early 30s the 1830s that is. By 1867, a workable two-wheeled electric cycle was on display at the Paris World Exposition courtesy of Austrian inventor Franz Kravogl. In the early 1900s, the premier The post The Copenhagen Wheel turns any bicycle into an electric hybrid appeared first on Just Science. read more »

Paranormal Blindness

The relationships between inattentional blindness, absorption, working memory capacity and paranormal belief or experiences. read more »

Is Evolution true?

Friends, I wonder about this often. Sometimes, my thoughts are light, sometimes my thoughts are deep, and I meditate about Evolution. And I read way too much. First, I do not believe Evolution would change who God is. But, Evolution Continue reading read more »

The problem with Noah’s flood

Friends, Evolutionists always tell me Noahs flood could not have happened. They ask, Where did all that water come from? Well, could the water come from where the Bible said it came from? Compare this Bible quote with what Scientists Continue reading read more »

SCIENCE GENERNAL KNOWLEDGE - PART 2

SCIENCE GENERNAL KNOWLEDGE - PART 21. Is the Earth bigger than the sun or is the sun bigger than the Earth?Answer : the sun is bigger than the Earth2. Is gold an animal, a vegetable or a mineral?Answer : a mineral3. I am an amphibian. Who am I? a. a salamander b. a rattlesnake c. a skunkAnswer : a4. Which is NOT a type of galaxy? a. elliptical b. inverted c. spiralAnswer : b5. which is NOT a component of velocity? a. speed b. direction c. focusAnswer : c6. Do moss and ferns pr... read more »

WHY DO STARS TWINKLE?

WHY DO STARS TWINKLE? On a clear, dark night,our eyes can see about 6,000 or so stars in the sky. They seem to twinkle or change their brightness, all the time. In fact, most of the stars are shining with a steady light. The movement of air in the atmosphere of Earth cause the starlight to get slightly bent as it travels from the distant star through the atmosphere down to us on the ground. This means that some of the light reaches us directly and some gets bent slightly away.To our eyes, thi... read more »

The Air Umbrella is the Umbrella of the Future

Umbrella technology hasnt changed much in the past 25 years, but a crouwdfunding campaign on Kickstarter is looking to change that. The Air Umbrellais a realinvisible umbrella, which takes advantage of the air flow it produces as shelter from The post The Air Umbrella is the Umbrella of the Future appeared first on Just Science. read more »

INVENTIONS AND SCIENTISTS

INVENTIONS AND SCIENTISTSINVENTIONS SCIENTISTS1. AEROPLANE WILBER WRIGHT2. COMPUTER CHARLES BABBAGE3. CRESCOGRAPH JAGADISH CHANDRA BOSE4. CURRENT ELECTRICITY ALESSANDRO VOLTA5. DYNAMITE ALFRED NOBEL6. FM RADIO EDWIN HOWARD ARMSTRONG7. GRAVITY SIR.ISSAC NEWTON8. INCANDESCENT LIGHT BULB THOMAS EDISON9. LIGHTNING ROD CONDUCTOR BENJAMIN FRANKLIN10.MOBILE... read more »

SCIENCE GENERNAL KNOWLEDGE - PART 1

SCIENCE GENERNAL KNOWLEDGE- PART 11. A butterfly starts it life as a(n) . a. egg b. pupa c. butterfly d. adultAnswer : a2. Earth Rotates once every . a. 24 hours b.12 hours c. 1 year d. 1 hourAnswer : a 3. What planet do we live on . a. Mercury b. Venus c. Earth d. PlutoAnswer : c4. How many seasons are in a year? a. two b. four c. three d. oneAnswer : b5. Caterpillar spend most of their life eating . a. flowers b. st... read more »

NOTHIN’ FROM NOTHIN’ LEAVES…

I am going to leave the subject of our impending doom for a bit (Ebola, ISIS, our lawless president, etc.) to move on to weightier subjects. If you have read my earlier articles, then you know that I have given weight to the idea that atheism is a religion unto itself and therefore their arguments [...] read more »

Dimples Are A Genetic Flaw

They might look cute on the right person, but did you know that dimples are a genetic flaw? How is it that something that looks so nice and enticing can be considered a genetic flaw? Well, genes dont particularly care about looks. What matters The post Dimples Are A Genetic Flaw appeared first on Just Science. read more »




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