Scientists Show That Water Has Memory

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A new groundbreaking discovery has been made within the most basic of resources. Scientists have just discovered what they have called “The Discovery of The Millennium”, and a huge revelation in human consciousness. Scientists from Germany now believe that water has a memory, meaning that what once was seen as a simple commodity has now […]

7 Predictions for a Post-Coronavirus World.

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Remote work, automation, and telemedicine could soon become the new normal. The coronavirus pandemic will be remembered as a world-reordering event. Like the Great Depression, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the 2008 global financial crisis, it will accelerate social and economic changes that would otherwise have taken years to materialize. However long it […]

Lessons Learned From the 2008 Recession That Will Help You Fight the Next One

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Source: https://medium.com/ By: Tim Denning Image Credit: Shutterstock/AlexanderImage Told through the story of my startup that made it through the 2008 Global Financial Crisis and later thrived because of it. 2008 was a strange time in my life. Apart from being in my 20s and acting like an insecure, pretentious little so & so, a […]

10 Positive Updates on the Coronavirus.

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Source: https://www.allaboutarizonanews.com/ Tired of all the negative updates about the coronavirus? Luckily, there have been some positive updates recently. Here are 10 positive updates on COVID-19: 1. US Researchers Deliver First COVID-19 Vaccine to Volunteers in Experimental Test Program Scientists at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Research Institute in Seattle delivered the first rounds of a […]

100 Women Who Changed the World.

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Source: https://www.historyextra.com/ The official website for BBC History Magazine, BBC History Revealed and BBC World Histories Magazine. Welcome to the results of BBC History Magazine poll, which features 100 inspirational women from history.  1. Marie Curie, 1867–1934 Marie Curie. (Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images) Marie Skłodowska Curie changed the world not once but twice. She founded the new […]

CBD — Snake Oil or the Next Big Thing?

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Source:https://medium.com/ By:Kari McMahon CBD has been popping up everywhere — in my local Holland & Barrett, health conscious coffee shops and now in my colleagues sweets. Despite CBD’s sudden prominence, no one in the office was able to pinpoint what distinguished a CBD infused product, its advantages or why it is even legal? Everyone could […]

The History of CBD: A Brief Overview

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Source:https://medium.com/cbd-origin/ By:Aaron Cadena While decades of cannabis prohibition may lead some to assume that the therapeutic benefits of CBD are a recent discovery, that’s far from the truth. The first documented use of cannabis-derived medicine dates back to 2737 BC when Chinese Emperor Sheng Nung used a cannabis-infused tea to aid with a variety of ailments including memory, malaria, rheumatism, and gout. Queen […]

You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep—and It’s Killing You

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Source:https://www.wired.com/ By: EMILY DREYFUSS At TED 2019, neuroscientist Matthew Walker argued that sleep deprivation is having a catastrophic effect on our health and safety—here are all the ways. The whole world is exhausted. And it’s killing us. But particularly me. As I write this, I’m at TED 2019 in Vancouver, which is a weeklong marathon of talks and workshops and coffee […]

The Future of Science Storytelling.

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Science is messy, full of plot twists and competing interpretations—and the way we talk about it should reflect that truth. Science is about storytelling, expectations and plot reversal, as much as it is about any particular facts. One group of geneticists identified the “narrative potential” of human genomes, suggesting that stories lie in virtually every […]

Human Brain Gain: Computer Models Hint at Why We Bested Neandertals.

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Differences in the structure of the brain’s cerebellum may help explain our superior cognitive abilities. The parallel existence of an intelligent species closely related to us has long fascinated scientists and the public alike. The most debated issue is why Neandertals ultimately disappeared. Potential explanations include violent conflict with Homo sapiens, disease, difficulty adapting to rapid environmental […]