An easy-to-follow video by Alex Fournier discussing new views from modern biology of the electrical interactions between bees and flowers. For both the pollen-harvesting process and the efficiency of foraging behavior, static electricity makes a bee’s life easier. Primary scientific sources for this finding in popular science media: Mechanosensory hairs in bumblebees detect weak electric… Continue Reading
Bo Constantinsen is the author of WhatMusicReallyIs.com, a website dedicated to teaching people about natural music instead of the artificial music found in contemporary music. Bo claims that all musical elements come from The Harmonic Series, which is the most effective element that can naturally define music and is the very foundation of musical arts.… Continue Reading
Human beings have been domesticated like cattle over millennia by insidious and ruthless predator-parasites who easily walk among us. Their predatory nature has been largely sanitized and camouflaged by centuries of our begrudging tolerance and cowardly acceptance. Almost all of our great institutional ideas have been adjusted, perverted, corrupted and even radically transformed into environments… Continue Reading
The global elite march in four essential columns: Corporate, Academic, Political and Organized Religion. In general, the goals for globalism are created by Corporate. Academic then provides studies and white papers that justify Corporates goals. Political sells Academic’s arguments to the public and if necessary, changes laws to accommodate and facilitate Corporate in getting what… Continue Reading
Clocking in at 1300 pages of small print text, Carroll Quigley’s seminal work, Tragedy and Hope, is an intimidating and weighty tome. Today James Corbett talks to Joe Plummer of JoePlummer.com about his guide to Quigley’s massive book. Available as a free e-book or as a paperback or kindle purchase and dubbed Tragedy and Hope 101,… Continue Reading
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If you struggle with GI distress, the very first place to look is your diet. You’re eating three times a day, so what you put in your gut is the main culprit of how your digestion will respond. Feed yourself low quality and processed food, you can expect to not feel well. Eating a nutritious… Continue Reading