Otherworldly Images of Andromeda Galaxy Over a Tiny Swiss Village

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A view of the sky from the Zervreila Mountain Lagoon in Switzerland.

Photographer Sandro Casutt lives in a remote Swiss village with unbelievable views of the Andromeda Galaxy. The village of Vals, population 990, is a prime location for viewing the closest major galaxy to the Milky Way. Thus, Casutt, together with his brother Markus, started Cosmic Art Photography two years ago as an outlet for their love of the universe.

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Brice Taylor – Thanks for the memories

Brice Taylor – Thanks for the memories

Foreward by Walter Bowart:
More than 25 years have passed since I began research into what was then called “brainwashing,” a comically euphemistic term invented in the 1950’s by CIA propaganda specialist Edward Hunter. It’s been 21 years since my book on the subject Operation Mind Control was published internationally, and five years since it reappeared as the greatly expanded Limited Researcher’s Edition, featuring an account of “Lois” that offers a synopsis of the book you hold in your hands. Now it can be told. “Lois” is Susan Ford, whose pseudonym is Brice Taylor. Her book Thanks for the Memories, which, by all reports is greatly anticipated by an audience better educated than the one I encountered in the 1970’s, is now published for all the world to read.

Scientists discover signalling circuit boards inside body’s cells

Scientists discover signalling circuit boards inside body's cells
The first ever images of the cell-wide web have been captured by scientists at the University of Edinburgh thanks to computing techniques similar to those used for the first picture of a black hole. The findings reveal cells in the body are wired like computer chips to direct signals that instruct how they function. Unlike a fixed circuit board, however, cells can rapidly rewire their communication networks to change their behavior. Credit: The University of Edinburgh

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