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The sun’s magnetic field has flipped upside-down

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The sun has undergone a “complete field reversal,” with its north and south poles changing places as it marks the midpoint of Solar Cycle 24. “A reversal of the sun’s magnetic field is, literally, a big event,” NASA’s Dr. Tony Phillips said in a statement issued on the space agency’s website. “The sun’s polar magnetic fields weaken, go to zero and ... Read More »

The scientific proof of the existence of the soul

Body and Soul

Michael Hathaway, author of 10 books on psychic development, past lives, regression, hypnosis and spirituality, and a board certified Past Life Regression Therapist is one of the most respected hypnotists in the country. He published a book entitled, “It’s Time to Simplify Your Soul’s Code”, an easy how-to guide for discovering our unique special purpose and to enrich our life experience ... Read More »

X-rays show galactic black hole spinning near speed of light

Black hole

Black holes may have given up some secrets of their growth thanks to the sleuthing of two X-ray space telescopes. The findings have solved a long-standing mystery about a supermassive black hole’s spin, finding that some of them can whirl very close to what the speed of light allows. NASA’s X-ray telescope NuSTAR teamed up with the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton space ... Read More »

We all survive the physical death of our bodies

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There’s a secret that’s much bigger than politics, health freedom, science or even the entire history of the human race. That secret remains entirely unacknowledged — even condemned — by the scientific community, and yet it is the single most important secret about everything that is. Yes, everything. That secret is simply this: We all survive the physical death of our ... Read More »

Potentially habitable planet discovered

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Astronomers have discovered that the closest Sun-like star, Tau Ceti, is orbited by five planets, one of which is in the “habitable range”. If its existence is confirmed, the planet could be the closest potentially life-harboring world to our own. Tau Ceti, twelve light years away, belongs to the same G-type yellow main-sequence class as our sun, which is relatively ... Read More »

Alert: You may be living in a simulated universe

Simulation theory

As a cosmologist, I often carry around a universe or two in my pocket. Not entire, infinitely large universes, but maybe a few billion light years or so across. Enough to be interesting. Of course, these are not “real” universes; rather they are universes I have simulated on a computer. The basic idea of simulating a universe is quite simple. ... Read More »

Reincarnation, the ‘Interlife’, Universal Consciousness & the Holographic Soul

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Modern studies repeatedly suggest that a significant proportion of people in the Western world now believe in reincarnation. Although this phenomenon can be traced back to various esoteric movements that flourished from the second half of the 19th century, it gained significant ground with the explosion of popular interest in Eastern spiritual approaches in the 60s. And it was reinforced ... Read More »

Astronomers discover oldest known galaxy in Universe

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By combining the power of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and one of nature’s zoom lenses, astronomers have found what is probably the most distant galaxy yet seen in the Universe. The object offers a peek back into a time when the Universe was only 3 percent of its present age of 13.7 billion years. We ... Read More »

Newfound ‘super-Earth’ could support life

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Astronomers have discovered another potentially habitable planet – and it’s at least seven times the mass of Earth. Dwarf star HD 40307g hosts a system of six planets, and one of those is believed have the potential to support human life. The newfound exoplanet was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hertfordshire and the University of ... Read More »