Physicist Michio Kaku Has Some Powerful Predictions for the Future

image edited by Fernando Kaskais by Jolene Creighton on March 26, 2018 35153  S Pakhrin/Victor Tangermann No one knows more about the world of tomorrow than Michio Kaku. Equal parts theoretical physicist, futurist, and popular science communicator, Kaku studies cutting-edge science and technology in order to understand the future. A graduate of Harvard University and Berkeley, Kaku has spent 25 years as a professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York. His main challenge has been to unite the laws of our universe in a grand “theory of everything” — the same thing to which Albert Einstein dedicated much of his … Continue reading Physicist Michio Kaku Has Some Powerful Predictions for the Future

Too much testing is dangerous: Prostate cancer screening does NOT save lives, puts men at risk according to groundbreaking study

 by: Lance D Johnson (Natural News) Routine cancer screening is notorious for giving false positives, leading to unnecessary diagnoses for benign cancers. False diagnoses for prostate cancer are commonplace, and they devastate patients emotionally. When someone is told they have cancer they are often stricken with anxiety. The false diagnosis also leads to an aggressive, expensive, and many times deadly treatment protocol consisting of chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. Significant complications may result too, including incontinence and impotence. Those who survive the unnecessary treatment protocol are often told they are cancer-free, making the unnecessary testing and treatment protocol appear effective when it was … Continue reading Too much testing is dangerous: Prostate cancer screening does NOT save lives, puts men at risk according to groundbreaking study

Edward Snowden: Facebook Is A Surveillance Company Rebranded As “Social Media”

(Zero Hedge) NSA whistleblower and former CIA employee Edward Snowden slammed Facebook in a Saturday tweet following the suspension of Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL) and its political data analytics firm, Cambridge Analytica, over what Facebook says was improper use of collected data. In a nutshell, in 2015 Cambridge Analytica bought data from a University of Cambridge psychology professor, Dr. Aleksandr Kogan, who had developed an app called “thisisyourdigitallife” that vacuumed up loads of information on users and their contacts. After making Kogan and Cambridge Analytica promise to delete the data the app had gathered, Facebook received reports (from sources they would … Continue reading Edward Snowden: Facebook Is A Surveillance Company Rebranded As “Social Media”

Social Inequality Leaves a Genetic Mark

When genetic structure follows social structure. BY DAVID REICH In humans, the profound biological differences that exist between the sexes mean that a single male is physically capable of having far more children than is a single female. Women carry unborn children for nine months and often nurse them for several years prior to having additional children.1 Men, meanwhile, are able to procreate while investing far less time in the bearing and early rearing of each child. So it is that, as measured by the contribution to the next generation, powerful men have the potential to have a far greater impact … Continue reading Social Inequality Leaves a Genetic Mark

Forget About Consistency

Photo by Anandajoti Bhikkhu | https://tricy.cl/2Ifpx2V Our ideas about what meditation should feel like are just more thoughts. By Ken McLeod It’s March, and that means Meditation Month is back! Our annual challenge to sit every day until March 31 is a great opportunity to reinvigorate your practice or get one off the ground. And you won’t be alone. With a new guided meditation video each week, a steady stream of helpful articles here on Trike Daily, and a Facebook discussion group where you can get in on the conversation with practitioners from all over the world, you’ll have all the resources you need. Join here.  A Zen teacher was talking with a colleague … Continue reading Forget About Consistency

LAO TZU AND OTHERS ON WHY YOU MUST FIX YOUR ANGER BEFORE TRYING TO FIX THE WORLD

by Dylan Charles, Editor Waking Times “The best fighter is never angry.” ~Lao Tzu There are so many different social movements coming into the media spotlight every year, each of them working towards a different agenda, and each of them working against other social movements. It is chaos. But in this chaos there is one commonality they all share: they are motivated first and foremost by anger. While it is certainly noble to wish to change the world for the better, the vast majority of would-be-change-makers are acting out of anger. And while it can be argued that anger is a natural response … Continue reading LAO TZU AND OTHERS ON WHY YOU MUST FIX YOUR ANGER BEFORE TRYING TO FIX THE WORLD