January 30, 2015 9:51 AM ET
Focus for the next few days is on the weather and Super Bowl XLIX. People will plan parties and other events to celebrate the game as millions watch around the world - myself included. Just enjoy the game and don't be someone looking to complain about things. If you've been watching the news you know they have pretty cool things going on in Phoenix now.
Super Bowl XLIX Google News
January 29, 2015 9:00 AM ET
Many articles were posted this week in Paleontology as we piece together humanity's past, to understand the present and the future - eventually understanding the nature of reality as a holographic illusion.
A journey into Crystalinks Paleontology files took me on a roller coaster ride linking past and future...
List of new articles is posted
January 29, 2015 9:00 AM ET
The links between sugar consumption and devastating health problems are widely publicized. Not only is it a major player in the realm of weight gain and obesity, as well as a potential component in the onset of diabetes, but it can also be attributed to cerebral problems like memory loss and Alzheimer's. Simply cutting out table sugar is not enough to support the change necessary to reduce these risks. It's essential to take a deeper look at where these sugars are hidden and why we consume so much. Read More ...
January 28, 2015 9:33 AM ET
Ellie adventures during Snowmageddon
The following events took place January 25-27, 2015 ....
Sunday January 25 ... Millions of people braced for what was to be an historic storm, memories of Hurricane Sandy (October 2013), still lingering in their minds. What's interesting is the winter that followed Sandy was far worse than anything this season, yet we know the climate is changing and natural disasters are on the increase. Two weeks ago eastern Connecticut had 12 small earthquakes in 10 days which is most unusual for that area. And so we are trained to pay attention and prepare.
January 28, 2015 9:45 PM ET
Studies have shown that people can use their minds (or some other unexplained means) to bend metal, transport objects from inside a sealed container to outside the container, and perform other amazing feats. Scientific experiments involving teleportation and other telekinetic abilities are reviewed in a research paper commissioned by the U.S. Air Force and written by astrophysicist Dr. Eric W. Davis in 2004, titled simply "Teleportation Physics Study." Read More ...
January 27, 2015 12:33 PM ET
In 2005 Radio Waves were detected coming from the Galactic Center. Since then "Fermi bubbles" extending tens of thousands of light-years above and below the Milky Way's disk have been discovered. These structures are enormous balloons of radiation emanating from the center of our galaxy. They hint at a powerful event that took place millions of years ago, likely when the black hole at the center of our galaxy feasted on an enormous amount of gas and dust - perhaps several hundreds or even thousands of times the mass of the sun. Read More ...
What is Space (Video)
What is Space (Video)Reality is a Hologram - PBS Channel
January 27, 2015 7:39 AM ET
When marine mammals such as whales, dolphins, manatees and walruses moved from land to water, a series of physical abilities - limbs adapted for swimming, less dense bones that make them more buoyant and a large store of oxygen relative to their body size - made it possible. Yet these animals made the transition from land to water millions of years apart. Read More ...
January 26, 2015 12:03 PM ET
The Trouble With Being Friends With People Who Work For You
How To Work Out With A Friend Without Ruining Your Relationship
January 26, 2015 12:44 PM ET
Before the advent of MRIs, for example, if someone said they could taste a texture or hear spoken words in color (examples of a condition in which the senses are intermingled known as synesthesia), conventional wisdom held that it had to be a metaphor, similar to remarking that a certain wine is 'full bodied' or that 'I feel blue today.' Read More ...