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Mysteries of the Heart

The Institute of HeartMath (http://www.heartmath.org) shares fascinating understandings of the human heart as explored in more than 20 years of its research. The ‘Did you know’ facts are lesser-known gems of information to enlighten curiosity on how your own thoughts and emotions are affecting yourself and others.

Food cravings engineered by industry

How Big Food keeps us eating through a combination of science and marketing CBC investigates the highly competitive and highly secretive food industry where scientists work frantically to ensure we keep on eating. Think you’re eating real cheese in your Cheetos? Think again… Full report: http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2013/03/05/f-vp-crowe-food-addiction.html By Kelly Crowe, CBC News

Old Man In Nursing Home Reacts To Hearing Music From His Era

The power of music brings to life an elderly gentleman who is typically inert, maybe depressed, unresponsive and almost unalive. The effectiveness does not seem to stop even when the music stops playing, where normally he cannot answer simple Yes or No questions, he now answers with great energy and coherence.

Biophotons and Consciousness

In this lecture the History of Biophotons will be presented, from Alexander Gurwitsch in the beginning to Fritz-Albert Popp. Further he explains the correlation from Consciousness to Biophotons.

Quantum Researchers Able to Stop and Restart Light

In two independent experiments that defy the notions of Einstein, researchers have been able to stop, then restart a beam of light. Watch the following video for amazing footage of Hau’s research: Ordinarily, light travels at the speed of 186,282 miles per second, but the research team of Lene Hau, a professor of physics at… read more »

Water, Energy, and Life: Fresh Views From the Water’s Edge

Description: Dr. Gerald Pollack, UW professor of bioengineering, has developed a theory of water that has been called revolutionary. The researcher has spent the past decade convincing worldwide audiences that water is not actually a liquid. Pollack explains his fascinating theory in this 32nd Annual Faculty Lecture.