Archive for the ‘Science’ Category

The Essence of Crystal Knowledge

August 30th, 2013 § in Science

Crystals – gentle power, inspiring beauty, healing vibration… When we look at crystals and their beauty, brilliancy and their pure colour or clarity takes an effect on us, we cannot only resist the fascination and attractive power that crystals have exercised on peopl[...]

The Mysteries of Crystals

August 29th, 2013 § in Science

Crystals have always been used to heal the mind, body, and soul. Ancient civilizations used crystal healing all the time, and many alternative healers are using them now. Crystals all carry a certain vibration that can align with our own systems in a positive way. Crystals come i[...]

Kombucha Fungus – Healing with Tea

August 28th, 2013 § in Science

A guide how to preserve, conserve and to use it – Kombucha tea can be applied/drunk in case of gastric complaints, indigestion and constipation or simply as a precaution, because it does not harm your body. Moreover it has a purifying effect and supports liver function. The[...]

Highly Sensitive People

August 27th, 2013 § in Science

A lot of HSPs are strongly empathetic. They strongly get into the spirit of their fellow-men, thus share their feelings and obtain on this way understandig for the action of the others. Empathy is a gift that makes it possible to have a close link to the psyche of other people. H[...]

Science taps into ocean secrets

July 17th, 2012 § in Science

Some 13,000 new marine species have been discovered in the past year, according to information released by an international alliance of scientists. The Census of Marine Life (COML) has also uncovered previously unknown migration routes used by fish such as tuna and shark. The $1b[...]

Scientists unravel the mystery of entropy

July 16th, 2012 § in Science, Universe

The big bang could be a normal event in the natural evolution of the universe that will happen repeatedly over incredibly vast time scales as the universe expands, empties out and cools off, according to two University physicists. “We like to say that the big bang is nothing sp[...]

Does life exist miles under the Antarctic ice ?

July 12th, 2012 § in Science

Some years ago, researchers found something that sent shivers through the scientific community: a diverse community of microbial life-forms that live without sunlight or a ready supply of nutrients. The scientists were not searching deep space when they made their find. Rather, t[...]

The Science of Superheroes: Beyond “The Incredibles”

July 7th, 2012 § in Bizarre, Science

With the Incredibles up for an Oscar, superheroes are flying higher than ever. Most people may dismiss their fantastic feats—and their formidable foes—as mere fantasy. But to Robert Weinberg, a Chicago, Illinois-based science fiction writer, superheroes are worthy of scientif[...]

Titan moon holds on to enigma

July 5th, 2012 § in Science

Scientists are none the wiser as to what awaits the Huygens space probe on Saturn’s moon Titan when it lands, despite a close pass by its mothership. The Cassini spacecraft will release the piggybacked Huygens probe towards Titan’s atmosphere on Christmas Day. It is t[...]

Flying taxi vision for commuters

June 24th, 2012 § in Science

Commuters could soon be taking flying taxis to work instead of waiting in line for a street cab, experts suggest. British developers Avcen say Jetpods would enable quick, quiet and cheap travel to and from major cities. The futuristic machines will undergo proof-of-concept flight[...]