The science of “vibes” shows how everything is connected

Sometimes a person, creature, or thing really resonates with you. That sense of “vibing” may be more than a figure of speech, it turns out.

In a Dec. 5 post in Scientific American entitled “The Hippies Were Right: It’s All About Vibrations, Man!” lawyer and philosopher Tam Hunt explains a new theory of consciousness he developed with his colleague, psychologist Jonathan Schooler, at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Hunt is a philosopher of mind, biology, and physics, while Schooler is a professor of brain science, and together they’ve been working on answering one of the world’s most perplexing questions: “What physical processes underpin mental experience, linking mind and matter and creating the sense of self?”

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Conversations with Sasquatch (part 1)

Although some call him Bigfoot, Yeti, Yowie, Babaloo, Misabe, and a variety of other names, I call him Sasquatch, one of his most famous names, coming from the Coast Salish language of so-called BC. I say him, although this specie of two-leggeds also has genders and families, but the ones who choose to show themselves and interact with us Humans are most often wise older males, protectors of their tribe.

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Astronomers notice Supermassive Black Hole Kicked out of Galaxy 3C186’s Center

Astronomers notice Supermassive Black Hole Kicked out of Galaxy 3C186’s Center

Astronomer have noticed a supermassive black hole at the center of galaxy 3C186 being expelled at a fast speed. The 3C186 galaxy observed by astronomers using Hubble Space Telescope is nearly 8 billion light years far from our planet. The supermassive black hole could be as big as 1 billion times of Sun. Astronomers suggest that strong gravitational waves have kicked out the supermassive black hole from the center of galaxy 3C186.

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‘Second Earth’ to be found in DECADES as experts claim ONE BILLION planets may hold life

NASA scientists believe they could find a ‘second Earth’ within the next generation and then look at how to travel there.Bill Borucki – lead investigator for the Kepler mission, a space-based telescope that orbits our Sun and looks at over 100 thousand stars simultaneously – said: “We have learned most stars have planets, that Earth-sized planets are common, and a good fraction are in the habitable zone of their star. Continue reading