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Alzheimer's: Underlying Causes and Prevention

A medical diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is just an acknowledgment of a stage in a neuro-degenerative process taking place in most people ,to some degree, as they age.

 

If you have difficulty with short term memory, concentration, thinking clearly or any other cognitive function – it is very likely the result of a combination of factors including: toxic metals, radiation, chemicals, mycotoxins, pathogen over-growth, stress, dehydration and particular nutrient…

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Added by Jim Jordan on September 28, 2011 at 8:49am — No Comments

Building the Light Body by Gary Layman

The Light Body

Greetings again...
 
    The Master Jesus is quoted to declare, "I am the Light of the world".  This powerful declaration can be viewed mystically as more than a generalized statement representing a state of illumined intelligence. If the seeker uses this powerful declaration as an initiating personal thought form, it can also be the catalyist for transcendent meditative experiences. This statement linked with…
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Added by Gary Layman on May 3, 2011 at 9:29am — 1 Comment

Original epic fantasy novel series by Ashland author

The original fantasy epic, Tales of Aurduin, by Martin W. Ball is now available in multiple formats for your reading pleasure!  The four books of the series, Orobai's Vision, The Fate of Miraanni, The Alchemist and the Eagle, and The Fifth Temple are now available as paperback novels,…

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Added by Martin Ball on May 1, 2011 at 2:40pm — No Comments

The State of a Sustainable Union: It's Up to Us!

            The state of the Union is on our minds. But, in all fairness, it has been for the past few years. It’s painfully too easy to wonder if we are turning into a hostile, bellicose society. The good old days of sitting on Grandpa’s porch and idly churning ice cream seem a long ways from the Arizona shootings, 2 super-sized wars in the Middle East, teenage sex slavery and ponzi schemes. Gun sales are at a record high. After a half-hour or so of reading the news, I catch myself…

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Added by Sherry L. Ackerman on February 1, 2011 at 10:43pm — No Comments

Tin Man and Me

This allegorical poem/story was written about the dynamic in relationship where one person just isn't available. The Wizard of Oz is one of my all-time favorite stories.



Tin Man and Me



Making my way down the yellow brick road



across my path the Tin man strode.



For so much armour his touch was quite soft,



I could see through his shield all the dreams he had lost.



I told him my journey's final stay,



he stiffly replied,… Continue

Added by Kim Carson on December 14, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

The Aquarian Alignment

The Aquarian Alignment



Forty years ago, the words of a song called Aquarius, brought the dawning of the new age into our collective awareness:



“When the Moon is in the seventh house, and Jupiter aligns with Mars.

Then peace will guide the planets, and love will steer the stars.

This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius”



At dawn on 14th February 2009, the day dedicated to St Valentine, the patron saint of Love, the Moon in Libra enters the… Continue

Added by Suzanne Mathis McQueen on February 11, 2009 at 8:49am — 1 Comment

Video of a really good & timely panel--If I say so myself

Hello--some of you know that I'm using my book UNAFRAID as a soapbox to evangelize about empowered citizenship and civic engagement as a way of life. That's what matters to me. On the eve of electing the best presidential candidate in memory, we have to remember that outstanding leadership is flat impossible without outstanding citizenship behind it.



Last weekend brought a cool opportunity to push this message to a large audience at the… Continue

Added by Jeff Golden on November 3, 2008 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

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Environmental and Food Justice

According to reports appearing in the Mexican print media, a federal district court judge in Yucatán yesterday overturned a permit issued to Monsanto, the U.S.-based multinational corporation that is a leading purveyor of genetically modified crops (GMOs). The permit, which had been issued by the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food on June 6, 2012, allowed the commercial planting of GM soy bean in Yucatán. The ruling was based on consideration of scientific evidence demonstrating (to the judge’s satisfaction) that GMO soy crop plantings threaten Mexican honey production in the states of Campeche, Quintana Roo, and Yucatán. An op-ed piece appearing in yesterday’s La Jornada (July 23), applauded the decision with insightful commentary suggesting that the federal agencies involved in this dispute are guilty of corruption and collusion with the transnational Gene Giant.

Obama Just Did What No Other President Before Him Has Done | Mic

Obama will bypass Congress with a plan forcing power plants to cut their emissions by 30% (from 2005 levels) over 15 years. Coal produced an estimated 74% of total CO2 emissions in the U.S. in 2012, compared to other forms of electricity generation like natural gas and petroleum. The plan represents one of the biggest actions taken by the U.S. government — and the biggest taken by any U.S. president — to slow climate change.

The Solar Technology That Could Solve California’s Water Problem | EcoWatch

The founders of a California company are gearing up to make a difference in their state’s future—about 2 million gallons worth of a difference. As the state battles a lengthy drought and considers spending $7 billion to $9 billion to produce, transport and store fresh water, WaterFX, a San Francisco-based, independent water producer says it has been testing a potential solution for the past year.

A Simple Solar Oven Makes Salt Water Drinkable | The Mind Unleashed

It functions by filling the black boiler with salty sea water in the morning, then tightening the cap. As the temperature and pressure grows, steam is forced downwards through a connection pipe and collects in the lid, which acts as a condenser, turning the steam into fresh water. Once Diamanti established the fundamentals were sound, he experimented with a series of concepts for the aesthetic of the object.

National Geographic Photojournalist Captures Images of Critical Pollution Problems Worldwide | EcoWatch

When U.S. photojournalist Peter Essick visited India and China for the first time, he was struck by how different life there was compared with American cities. But when he returned almost two decades later, he found the changes “staggering.” Bangalore now reminds him of the Silicon Valley, and Beijing and New Delhi are smoggier than anything he had ever encountered at home.

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