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How Much Water Do You Eat? Interesting Infographic Breaks It Down

Few people realize the food they eat makes up 2/3 of our total water footprint.

by Amanda Froelich

Water is the elixir that sustains life and allows populations to thrive. 270 more words

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The Buddhist and the Neuroscientist

Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

What compassion does to the brain

by KATHY GILSINAN

In 1992, the neuroscientist Richard Davidson got a challenge from the Dalai Lama. 374 more words

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Sacred Geometry and the Five Platonic Solids

by Waking Times

Meme – Here’s an overview of the five platonic solids that comprise Sacred Geometry and how they correlate with the five elements of fire, earth, air, water and ether. 42 more words

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Syriza -- Playing a Double Game on Greece?

Yanis Varoufakis’ doubtful resume raises suspicion that Syriza has lead Greece down a path to suicide.

Greece has rejected bailout terms with a resounding “No.” Since no alternative has been prepared, Greece is like a sky diver jumping from a plane without a parachute. 673 more words

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THE STORY BEHIND THE ICONIC PHOTO OF THE MAN WHO DEFIED HITLER & THE NAZIS BY REFUSING TO SALUTE

SOURCE: JAY SYRMOPOULOS

In what can only be described as one of the most iconic photos of World War II, a lone man, August Landmesser, is seen refusing to be caught up in tha nationalistic Nazi fervor, as he stands with his arms crossed, stone faced, as the rest of the crowd engages in the mandatory “seig heil” salute. 460 more words

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Home to extraterrestrials? Philae probe could be sitting on comet filled with alien life

The Philae lander of the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission is safely on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, as these first two images from the lander’s CIVA camera confirm. 430 more words

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Why Science Says Having Kids May Be A Bad Idea

by Tatiana Baez in Generation Y

For many women, having children is the ultimate goal — the last hurrah, the one step we’ve been leading up to for our whole lives. 640 more words

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