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Is the Death of the Petrodollar Imminent?

Is the Death of the Petrodollar Imminent?

| Last updated on | Published on May 15, 2014 | Reply

Some economists and financial researchers believe that the death of the petrodollar is imminent. Are there signs that the petrodollar is dying? Some of the signs that support this claim are the actions of the BRICS and their allies. The BRICS is made of five countries, which are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. In the last decade, the economies of these five countries have grown a lot and are starting to play big roles in changing the future of the world economy.

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Colors and Emotions: Definitions and Meanings

Colors and Emotions: Definitions and Meanings

| Last updated on | Published on May 13, 2014 | Reply

To understand how color and emotion affect each other and how they can be used to heal your body, you need to have a basic understanding of what they are. Once you understand the relationship between colors and emotions, you can use this knowledge to help you heal emotional problems. It is important to know that colors alone can’t heal all your emotional problems. However, they can be used as healing tools to assist you to heal your emotional issues.

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Is the Law of Attraction Real? Exposing the Flaws of Wishful Thinking

Is the Law of Attraction Real? Exposing the Flaws of Wishful Thinking

| Last updated on | Published on May 12, 2014 | Reply

The principle behind the Law of Attraction states that we attract experiences into our life based on what we are thinking, feeling, and focusing our energy on. In this way, if we are focused on positive thoughts and intentions, we invite these positive experiences into our life. Conversely, negative thoughts and energy can yield negative outcomes. In energy terms, this universal law that attracts things basically comes down to like energy attracting more like energy. Learn about the flaws of wishful thinking, so that you don’t become a victim of the Law of Attraction.

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Natural Law and Common Law: Why They Are Important for Freedom

Natural Law and Common Law: Why They Are Important for Freedom

| Last updated on | Published on May 9, 2014 | Reply

Natural law and common law are similar because they both value individual freedom. Under these two laws every man, woman and child is by nature free, equal and sovereign. Since the 11th century, many Western states have adopted these laws into their justice system. However, due to the expansion of the power of the Vatican, many of these states are now under the rule of canon law, which is a legal system designed to destroy sovereignty, freedom and liberty. This is why country like the United States of America, Canada and many countries of Europe are losing more of their freedom and liberty everyday.

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Virtual Reality Therapy for Weight Loss and Psychological Disorders

Virtual Reality Therapy for Weight Loss and Psychological Disorders

| Last updated on | Published on May 8, 2014 | Reply

There have been plenty of studies to show why video games and over engagement in virtual worlds can be harmful to development and health. Kids who engage in violent virtual play are more likely to act out in real life with aggression and outbursts. Also, these kids often begin to have a harder time socializing with other kids in the real world, and can have problems with communication and dialogue. All these issues can occur if virtual reality is used in a misguided fashion, but there are positives to virtual reality as well.

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Human Aura Colors and Meanings

Human Aura Colors and Meanings

| Last updated on | Published on May 6, 2014 | Reply

Many scientists, especially quantum physicists, are accepting the fact that all things in the Universe emit energy. They know this because the energy can be detected using advanced bioelectric technologies. One of these technologies is called Kirlian photography. Kirlian photography is an electrographic recording technique that works by placing an object on top of a sheet film, which is placed on top of a metal plate and then charged with high voltages. This process causes a corona discharge between the object and the metal plate, which is recorded by the film as light patterns of colors. Kirlian photography can also be used to detect energies emitted from the human body.

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Bees Disappearing: Are Robotic Bees Replacing Them?

Bees Disappearing: Are Robotic Bees Replacing Them?

| Last updated on | Published on May 3, 2014 | Reply

Within the last decade, bees have been disappearing in such large numbers that many scientists and bee activists believe that some races of bees could become extinct in the very near future. Why are bees dying in such large numbers? Are bees disappearing because of Earth changes or are bees dying due to other environmental problems? There are many reasons why bees are dying, but one of the main reasons is due to synthetic agricultural chemicals, such as pesticides and insecticides.

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Left Brain Vs. Right Brain Dominance: The Side Effects and Dangers

Left Brain Vs. Right Brain Dominance: The Side Effects and Dangers

| Last updated on | Published on May 1, 2014 | Reply

Many of the information about left brain versus right brain in the public domain does a poor job of painting the overall picture of the roles of the left and right brain. Understanding how these two hemispheres of the human brain work is essential for peace and prosperity. Once you learn the differences and similarities between these two hemispheres, you should know that when these two parts of the brain are heavily imbalanced, they could cause dangerous side effects, such as psychopathic or sociopathic behaviors.

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Ginger Tea Benefits: Best Tea for Upset Stomach

Ginger Tea Benefits: Best Tea for Upset Stomach

| Last updated on | Published on April 30, 2014 | Reply

Digestive problems, such as upset stomach and stomach pain, are caused by many different sources. If left unchecked, they may lead to chronic digestive disorders, which can harm your digestive system. Your digestive system is very important for health and energy, due to the fact that it is needed by your body to break down food into nutrients. A great way to keep your digestive system healthy is to consume ginger or drink ginger tea on a regular basis.

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10 Things Wise and Confident People Often Don’t Do

10 Things Wise and Confident People Often Don’t Do

| Last updated on | Published on April 29, 2014 | Reply

Wise and confident people often don’t experience a lot of stress, because they know how to deal with people and stressful situations. In addition, they don’t let others destroy their integrity and character. Wise and confident people know what they want and they don’t rely on people to do everything for them. They are responsible and they don’t sit around waiting for success. They know that if they don’t take actions to achieve their goals, they won’t get very far in life. These kinds of people are often open minded people who aren’t afraid of failure and they like to take risk.

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World’s Largest Solar Power Project: Providing “Clean Energy” to 140,000 Homes

World’s Largest Solar Power Project: Providing “Clean Energy” to 140,000 Homes

| Last updated on | Published on April 28, 2014 | 2 Replies

The world’s largest solar thermal power project is an interesting idea, but is it worth the time and money? Solar power has its pros and cons and is a good solution to reducing our reliance on fossil fuel. However, it is very expensive and takes up too much space. There are better solutions for solving the energy crisis, such as magnetic motors and “free energy” devices. These free energy devices are often frowned upon by big energy corporations, because they are hard to control and don’t generate as much profits as traditional energy sources.

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Vermont Senate Passes GMO Labeling Law: GMO Food Must Be Labeled by July 2016

Vermont Senate Passes GMO Labeling Law: GMO Food Must Be Labeled by July 2016

| Last updated on | Published on April 25, 2014 | Reply

Anti-GMO activists throughout the world should be happy today, because their hard work of informing the public about the dangers of genetically modified organism (GMO) is starting to pay off. Yesterday (April 24, 2014), Vermont became the first state in the United States to pass a GMO labeling law that makes it mandatory for food companies to label any of their food products containing genetically modified organism. This law is supposed to take effect in July 2016.

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Nanotechnology in Medicine: Using Nanobots to Treat Cancer and Disease

Nanotechnology in Medicine: Using Nanobots to Treat Cancer and Disease

| Last updated on | Published on April 24, 2014 | Reply

Nanotechnology has evolved so fast that in less than two decades, scientists went from creating nanomaterials to producing nanobots, also known as nanomachines and nanites. To be more accurate, certain secretive government agencies had already created nanobots in the 1990s. Due to the advancement in nanotechnology, scientists can now create nanobots to use for curing cancer and other “incurable” disease. However, in the wrong hands, these nanobots can be programmed to attack the systems of the body, including the brain.

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Atmospheric Water Generator Review: Solving the Global Water Crisis

Atmospheric Water Generator Review: Solving the Global Water Crisis

| Last updated on | Published on April 22, 2014 | 2 Replies

Most of us know that the surface of Earth is made of mostly water or H2O. To be more accurate, roughly 70 percent of the surface of Earth is covered with water. Unfortunately, most of that H2O isn’t fresh and drinkable. The good news is that the location of H2O isn’t limited to the surface of Earth. Water can also be found in the atmosphere. This is where atmospheric water generators become handy because they can extract water from the atmosphere and turn it into drinkable water.

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Early Warning Signs of Diabetes: Reversing Diabetes Naturally

Early Warning Signs of Diabetes: Reversing Diabetes Naturally

| Last updated on | Published on April 21, 2014 | Reply

Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in many countries, especially in the United States. Diabetes is a metabolic health condition that causes the body to produce insufficient amounts of insulin or not respond to insulin the way it is supposed to. This metabolic health condition weakens the body’s ability to convert blood sugar into energy, which in turn leads to symptoms of diabetes.

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