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What is freedom?

-by Brian Thompson

True freedom is being free from the search for freedom.

It is the end of all restless and anxious desire. It is the end of confusion. It is the end of any imagined sense of lack. It is no longer allowing oneself to be relative to the contents of their reactive and conditioned mind.

True freedom is absolute contentment. It is realizing inner-peace is always within one's presence of infinite awareness—which is always here, and always now…

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US Lawmakers Draft Bill Protecting Cryptocurrencies from Gov Interference

-by Joshua Althauser

Several members of the US Congress are drafting legislation that is intended to recognize certain digital currencies and protect them against interference from the federal government... see more

Scientists 3D-print ‘high-resolution’ living tissue

Oxford University scientists have found a ground-breaking way of 3D-printing living tissue that could pave the way for regenerative medicine.

The new way to 3D-print stem cells to recreate complex living tissues was devised by Oxford scientists in collaboration with Bristol’s School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine... see more

Every residential home could be its own power station, dramatically cutting dependence on the power grid

-by Rhonda Johansson

Utilizing solar power can save homes around 600 British Pounds ($775) in electricity bills every year. This was the conclusion made by a team of researchers from the Swansea University who found that installing solar storage technologies in buildings could cut energy consumption by more than 60 percent. The concept has already been proven in the U.K.’s first energy-positive classroom, which they called the “Active Classroom.” This structure combined solar roof and battery storage to collect heat from their south-facing walls. In only six months, Active Classroom has generated more energy than it has consumed… see more

Swiss Researchers Find That the Brain Is Full Of Multi-Dimensional Geometrical Structures

-by Alexa Erickson

A team of researchers from the Swiss Blue Brain Project — a group focusing on supercomputer-powered reconstruction of the human brain — have used a classic branch of maths in a completely new way to better understand the structure of our brains.

The brain is a complicated organ, and little is still known about its inner workings, so this new study, which found that the brain is full of multi-dimensional geometrical structures operating in as many as 11 dimensions, is fascinating, to say the least…

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Do You Complain About Life A Lot? Try Focusing On Gratitude. Here Are 7 Things Most Of Us Can Be Grateful For

-by Mark Denicola

We all have things that we can complain about in life.

Whether it’s the amount of traffic we need to sit in every day on our way to and from work, our in-laws’ remarkable ability to push our buttons in every situation, or our income’s refusal to meet the rising cost of living, there are always things we wish we could change.

While we may not be able to actively amend a number of those challenges, we can change the way that we react to them. Complaining about them might get us some sympathy points from those ‘lucky’ enough to hear us out, but what tangible good does it actually do for us?

In hopes of helping us cut back on our tendency to complain, I’d like to present a short list of things we can instead love and appreciate about our life. I encourage you to not only read this list (or watch this video) now, but to also bookmark it or print it out for quick reference should you ever find yourself basking in negativity again.

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La Metro Begins Pilot Program for Full Body Scanners Funded By Bill Gates

-by Nicholas West

Once again it appears that airports are a test bed for nearly everything that will eventually trickle out into the general public.  Whether it’s TSA VIPR teams on trains, or the emergence of biometric ID, the continuous reinforcement of an imminent and pervasive threat has people scrambling to give up their freedom for their ever-elusive security... see more

Being Open-Minded Literally Changes the Way You See the World, Says New Research

-by Phillip Schneider

According to new research, open-minded people don’t just see the world differently in an ideological sense, but in a new study entitled, ‘Seeing it both ways: Openness to experience and binocular rivalry suppression‘, psychologists have found that being high in openness can actually change visual perception.

What Is Openness..?

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Spiritual Guides for Advanced Spiritual Seekers

-by Frank M. Wanderer

In your present individual state of consciousness we identify with the thoughts and emotions that appear in our mind, so we believe that we are a separate, illusionary person, an Ego

A lot of us are not satisfied with what we are, and we would like to have a better and more beautiful personal historyThat is why we create a mental image of our desired personal development, and the ways of making the work of our Minds more effective... see more

Why Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube all need to be urgently regulated to halt politically motivated censorship

-by Robert Jonathan

White House chief strategist and free market advocate Steve Bannon made news late last month by allegedly floating the idea of regulating Google and Facebook like utilities.

In a familiar refrain, three anonymous sources who were involved in discussions with Bannon supposedly revealed this development to The Intercept.

Government intervention into the private sector is usually and generally a bad idea, but assuming this report really reflects Bannon’s thinking, it may be worth considering given the internal and external censorship allegations engulfing Big Social, i.e., the Leftist, politically correct Silicon Valley oligarchy.speech... see more

Scientists Now Believe The Universe Itself May Be Conscious

-by Jake Anderson

You don’t have to look far to find outlandish theories on the nature of the cosmos and human consciousness. These days, notions once relegated to science fiction are finding their way into esoteric academic journals, and from there, into mainstream discourse. One example of this is the Simulation Argument, recently championed by Elon Musk; another is ‘time crystals,’ a tantalizing non-linear phase of matter. The newest symphony of mind jazz being broadcast across the Internet posits new ideas about the embattled theory of “panpsychism,” or the belief that mind is a fundamental property of the physical universe and is imbued into all states of matter… -See more

Living In a World Gone Mad — Is Peaceful Anarchy the Secret to a Better Society?

-by Carolanne Wright

 “But isn’t the anarchist a fabulous character? Those who control public opinion associate him with terrorism and chaos; he is a dark figure, an infernal one, who in political mythology is something of a specter.”

~ Ronald Creagh, Anarchy Archives

When I think of anarchy, the wildly popular film V for Vendetta comes to mind. Released over a decade ago, the “dystopian political thriller” has, to this day, a far reaching impact. The infamous Guy Fawkes mask worn by the hero is still a symbol of freedom against tyranny, and has since been taken up by individuals rebelling against the status quo — from the Occupy Movement to the hacker group Anonymous...

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Genetically Modified Humans Are Here

-by Nathaniel Mauka
When genetically modified plants, insects and larger animals came on the scene, many warned that humans would be next. Scientists have now confirmed the first genetically modified human embryos. They’re here, but to what end?

The lead author of a widely circulating report states that the goal is to transplant some of these genetically modified humans into a mother with the goal of establishing a viable pregnancy. The children would then be monitored, should they make it full term, to see how they progress as part of our human community... see more

Babies born today May Never Experience the Freedom of Driving

-by Tim Wesley

One of the milestones in a young adult’s life is learning how to drive. Driving serves as a rite of passage for many teens because it paves the path to adulthood. Add the fact that being behind the wheel always brings a certain kind of thrill. However, with the proliferation of self-driving cars, babies born today may never experience the joy of driving a car… See more


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