By Mike Adams Now we come to the end game for humanity. This is it, folks: They have a plan to collapse global food production, kill off over 90% of the human race, devastate natural ecosystems and pollute the Earth’s atmosphere… and it’s all being sold to you under the banner of “environmentalism.” The scheme is called “global dimming,” and it’s a dangerous geoengineering plot to spray billions of tons of smog into the atmosphere so that pollution levels would block sunlight and halt global warming. This is literally what the mad environmental scientists are now proposing — the very same … Continue reading TERRAFORMING has begun: “Global dimming” is a plot to EXTERMINATE humanity by terraforming the atmosphere with SMOG pollution, killing Earth’s food crops and unleashing ecological collapse
David Trood/Getty Images by PATTI NEIGHMOND The people who got caught up in the exercise boom of the 1970s and stuck with it into their senior years now have significantly healthier hearts and muscles than their sedentary counterparts. We know we need to exercise for our health, but a lifelong exercise habit may also help us feel younger and stay stronger well into our senior years. In fact, people in their 70s who have been exercising regularly for decades seem to have put a brake on the aging process, maintaining the heart, lung and muscle fitness of healthy people at … Continue reading Exercise Wins: Fit Seniors Can Have Hearts That Look 30 Years Younger
By Sharie Stines, Psy.D Have you ever been in a situation where you felt much younger than your actual biological age, and not in a good way? Perhaps when you encounter certain people, like your parents, you start feeling and acting like you did as a child; this is an example of emotional regression. Usually, when we are in close, interpersonal relationships with certain people, we find ourselves most vulnerable to emotionally regressing. The purpose of this article is to educate you on what emotional regression is in yourself, and teach you how to help yourself find your composure and your … Continue reading When you’re Triggered and Regress Emotionally
By Emma Young While there’s still a debate about whether we have free will or not, most researchers at least agree that we feel as if we do. That perception is often considered to have two elements: a sense of having decided to act – called “volition”; and feeling that that decision was our own – having “agency”. Now in a paper in PNAS, Ryan Darby at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and colleagues have used a new technique – lesion network mapping – to identify for the first time the brain networks that underlie our feelings of volition and for agency. “Together, these networks may underlie our perception … Continue reading Researchers say they’ve identified two brain networks – one responsible for volition, the other for agency – that together underlie our sense of free will
Fossilized crinoids, marine invertebrates that lived during the Permian Period, found in western Australia. Scientists say the Great Dying, which wiped out 96 percent of all life in the oceans, was caused by global warming, which deprived the oceans of oxygen.CreditCreditJohn Cancalosi, via Getty Images In some ways, the planet’s worst mass extinction — 250 million years ago, at the end of the Permian Period — may parallel climate change today. By Carl Zimmer Some 252 million years ago, Earth almost died. In the oceans, 96 percent of all species became extinct. It’s harder to determine how many terrestrial species vanished, … Continue reading The Planet Has Seen Sudden Warming Before. It Wiped Out Almost Everything.
WES HICKS ON UNSPLASH “My brain won’t shut down. It keeps running a marathon and I stay exhausted. Not sleepy… just tired to the bone.” By The Mighty, Contributor By Sarah Schuster Living with a mental illness can be exhausting. As a contributor to The Mighty, a digital health site, Rose-Anne Meyer, wrote, “For me, ‘I’m tired’ is not a complaint or (being) pessimistic. It’s merely a fact of life.” But why does living with a mental illness make people so tired? Well, depending on who you are, the reason probably varies. Sometimes the nature of your mental illness can make you … Continue reading 10 Reasons Mental Illness Makes People So Tired
Our brains are powerful tools. Image: REUTERS/Yves Herman This article was originally published byVisual Capitalist We are each entitled to our own personal world view. Unfortunately, when it comes to interpreting information and making objective sense of reality, human brains are hard-wired to make all kinds of mental mistakesthat can impact our ability to make rational judgments. In total, there are 180+ cognitive biases that mess with how we process data, think critically, and perceive reality. Flawed Human Reasoning There is no simple way to get around these basic human instincts, but one thing that we can do is understand the … Continue reading Here are 24 cognitive biases that are warping your perception of reality