Why Aborigines Don’t Have Words for “Please” or “Thank You”

January 26, 2017 at 1:11 am

In a clip from the new documentary film Human, an aboriginal Australian man says his people never used words like “please” or “thank you” or “mine” until recently:




How to Be Happy For No Reason

January 25, 2017 at 10:35 pm

Think you need a reason to be happy? Think again. Happiness is a choice, says breatharian and spiritual teacher Ray Maor:




Skittles Spill Reveals Ag Industry Secret – Feeding Cows Candy

January 25, 2017 at 5:43 am

The ag industry just got caught feeding cows tonnes of Skittles. Hundreds of thousands of red Skittles were found spilled on a rural Wisconsin highway January 18. It was later revealed the truck that spilled the candy had been on its way to a local dairy farm:

Psychedelics are About to Transform Mainstream Medicine and the World

January 21, 2017 at 10:50 pm

Psychedelic medicine, long taboo, is moving toward the mainstream. Medical marijuana recently became legal in 28 states, and now doctors at prestigious medical institutions are studying the effects of magic mushrooms and ecstasy on depression and anxiety with fantastic results.

Auroville – A City with No Money, No Politics, No Religion

January 19, 2017 at 5:56 pm





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There should be somewhere on earth a place which no nation could claim as its own, where all human beings of goodwill, who have a sincere aspiration, could live freely, as citizens of the world, and obey one single authority – that of the supreme Truth. ~  Mirra Alfassa, 1954

Today, there is such a place, where people of all colors and creeds live harmoniously without politics, religion or money. It’s called Auroville:

Top 10 Tips for Using Less Plastic

January 18, 2017 at 7:09 pm

Every bit of plastic ever created still exists. It’s toxic and never goes away. So the less we can use, the better.

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Single-use, disposable plastic is presenting the biggest problem for our environment. Here are 10 easy ways to make a big difference:

Conditioner is a Scam Perpetuated by Oil-Stripping Shampoos

January 17, 2017 at 4:56 pm

Almost all shampoos strip the natural oils from your hair, which keep it stronger, shinier and healthier than the most expensive conditioners on the market, for free.

It’s almost impossible to find shampoo and conditioner without a long list of synthetic chemical ingredients. Even the most natural brands have replaced cancer-causing preservatives like parabens with phenoxyethanol, which isn’t much better.

But one of the worst ingredients, found in even the most “organic” brands, is alcohol, which totally strips the protective natural oils from your hair, causing your scalp to go into overdrive producing more oil to heal it.

Photographer Captures Mysterious, Beautiful Light Beams in Canada Sky

January 15, 2017 at 5:36 pm

‘It looked like someone from Star Trek was trying to beam people up’

An Ontario man was unsure whether he was witnessing the Northern Lights or an alien invasion when he woke up to soothe his crying toddler at 1:30 a.m. on January 6. After getting Baby back to sleep, he ran outside to capture these magnificent photos:
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Sushi is Going Extinct!

January 13, 2017 at 12:32 am




The fishing industry is pushing our favorite sushi fish to the brink of extinction. If extreme conservation measures aren’t taken, we will see the end of sushi as we know it within the next decade or two.

Vulnerability is the Key to Connection – Why are We So Afraid of It?

January 12, 2017 at 1:49 am

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Humans have a fundamental need to connect with other humans. Our survival and well-being depend on it. But most members of modern civilization are starving for human connection for one simple reason – we’re terrified to be vulnerable.

The dictionary defines vulnerability as helplessness, powerlessness, weakness and susceptibility to attack, so it is not surprising most of us aren’t lining up to put ourselves in vulnerable positions, but, in her famous Ted Talk, social scientist Brene Brown says doing so is absolutely essential to forming intimate human relationships: