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How Our Thoughts Affect Water and Us!

How Our Thoughts Affect Water and Us! | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Masaru Emoto discovered that if thoughts and words are directed at water, the water crystals undergo changes depending upon... (Very interesting...!

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Read some work by Emoto.  It will change your outlook on life and the Universe!  Godd water to you all...

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Masaru emphasizes how water can alter a person's thoughts negatively or positively through water crystals.  He states that when one thinks of positive thoughts the crystals are made like "snowflakes" then if one has negative thoughts the crystals become "distorted". Nonetheless, he states how the water adapts with the environment through human vibrational energy.

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Something Unknown a must see film for all people #telepathy #precognition #healing #Earthmatters

Something Unknown a must see film for all people #telepathy #precognition #healing #Earthmatters | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
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Physicists teleport the quantum state of a photon to a crystal over 25 kilometers of optical fiber #science

Physicists teleport the quantum state of a photon to a crystal over 25 kilometers of optical fiber #science | The limitless universe | Scoop.it

Physicists at the University of Geneva have succeeded in teleporting the quantum state of a photon to a crystal over 25 kilometers of optical fiber. The experiment, carried out in the laboratory of Professor Nicolas Gisin, constitutes a first, and simply pulverises the previous record of 6 kilometres achieved ten years ago by the same UNIGE team. Passing from light into matter, using teleportation of a photon to a crystal, shows that, in quantum physics, it is not the composition of a particle which is important, but rather its state, since this can exist and persist outside such extreme differences as those which distinguish light from matter. The results obtained by Félix Bussières and his colleagues are reported in the latest edition of Nature Photonics.


Quantum physics, and with it the UNIGE, is again being talked about around the world with the Marcel Benoist Prize for 2014 being awarded to Professor Nicolas Gisin, and the publication of experiments in Nature Photonics. The latest experiments have enabled verifying that the quantum state of a photon can be maintained whilst transporting it into a crystal without the two coming directly into contact. One needs to imagine the crystal as a memory bank for storing the photon's information; the latter is transferred over these distances using the teleportation effect.

 

The experiment not only represents a significant technological achievement but also a spectacular advance in the continually surprising possibilities afforded by the quantum dimension. By taking the distance to 25 kilometres of optical fibre, the UNIGE physicists have significantly surpassed their own record of 6 kilometres, the distance achieved during the first long-distance teleportation achieved by Professor Gisin and his team in 2003.


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The world's 10 oldest living trees

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There are colonies of clonal trees that have lived for tens of thousands of years, but there's something majestic about a single tree able to stand on its own for millennia.
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High Blood Pressure : #Ayurveda #Herbs Natural Remedies

High Blood Pressure : #Ayurveda #Herbs Natural Remedies | The limitless universe | Scoop.it

High Blood Pressure – Ayurveda Herbs Natural Remedies:- What is High Blood Pressure? When pressure of blood in arteries is increased above safe value, it is … http://www.hpvandwarts.com/high-blood-pressure-ayurveda-herbs-natural-remedies-english/


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#Scientists Demonstrate Remarkable Evidence Of #Dream #Telepathy Between People -

#Scientists Demonstrate Remarkable Evidence Of #Dream #Telepathy Between People - | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
  Dream telepathy suggests that human beings have the ability to communicate telepathically with another person while they are dreaming.
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Genetic #telepathy? A bizarre new property of #DNA #healing #Lichtmakers

Genetic #telepathy? A bizarre new property of #DNA #healing #Lichtmakers | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Scientists are reporting evidence that intact, double-stranded DNA has the “amazing” ability to recognize similarities in other DNA strands from a distance.
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Mysterious tomb found in #Greece

Mysterious tomb found in #Greece | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Archaeologists have discovered a massive burial mound in northern Greece after two years of digging project at an ancient site.  The recent excavation on a hillock near ancient Amphipolis revealed third chamber of an ancient tomb as well as...
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10 Mysterious Photos That Cannot Be Explained #mystery

10 Mysterious Photos That Cannot Be Explained #mystery | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Mystery is always something that people enjoy. Everyone and anyone feels like they could come up with their own assumptions or theories of how, what or when something happened, and it could not be proven whether it is wrong or right.
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'Solid' light could compute previously unsolvable problems #science #tech

'Solid' light could compute previously unsolvable problems #science #tech | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Researchers at Princeton University have begun crystallizing light as part of an effort to answer fundamental questions about the physics of matter.

 

The researchers are not shining light through crystal – they are transforming light into crystal. As part of an effort to develop exotic materials such as room-temperature superconductors, the researchers have locked together photons, the basic element of light, so that they become fixed in place.

 

"It's something that we have never seen before," said Andrew Houck, an associate professor of electrical engineering and one of the researchers. "This is a new behavior for light."

 

The results raise intriguing possibilities for a variety of future materials. But the researchers also intend to use the method to address questions about the fundamental study of matter, a field called condensed matter physics.

"We are interested in exploring – and ultimately controlling and directing – the flow of energy at the atomic level," said Hakan Türeci, an assistant professor of electrical engineering and a member of the research team. "The goal is to better understand current materials and processes and to evaluate materials that we cannot yet create."

 

The team's findings, reported online on Sept. 8 in the journal Physical Review X, are part of an effort to answer fundamental questions about atomic behavior by creating a device that can simulate the behavior of subatomic particles. Such a tool could be an invaluable method for answering questions about atoms and molecules that are not answerable even with today's most advanced computers.

 

In part, that is because current computers operate under the rules of classical mechanics, which is a system that describes the everyday world containing things like bowling balls and planets. But the world of atoms and photons obeys the rules of quantum mechanics, which include a number of strange and very counterintuitive features. One of these odd properties is called "entanglement" in which multiple particles become linked and can affect each other over long distances.


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"Hole Punch Cloud & Fallstreaks Over Sao Paulo, Brazil" | Earth #Science search #spaceweaher in #google

"Hole Punch Cloud & Fallstreaks Over Sao Paulo, Brazil" | Earth #Science search #spaceweaher in #google | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Photographer: Meire Ruiz; Meire's Web site Summary Author: Meire Ruiz; Jim Foster The photo above shows a hole punch and fallstreak as observed from almost directly below. It was taken from Itanhaem, Sao Paulo, Brazil, on September 5, 2014. A...

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....Keep it coming photographers from around the World! I just love the unique shots that you are capturing!!

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#Stonehenge secrets revealed by underground map

#Stonehenge secrets revealed by underground map | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Archaeologists have unveiled the most detailed map ever produced of the earth beneath Stonehenge and its surrounds.
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#Science proves plants feel pain and have #telepathy! #morphogenetic fields #Sheldrake

#Science proves plants feel pain and have #telepathy! #morphogenetic fields #Sheldrake | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Back in the 1960′s Cleve Backster concluded, can plants actually have feelings and hear sound? He is the former CIA interrogation specialist that connected polygraph sensors to plants and discovered that they reacted to harm (i.e.
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This approaching storm looks like a ufo. http://t.co/OtxuLB4NAW

This approaching storm looks like a ufo. http://t.co/OtxuLB4NAW | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
RT @AntonioParis: This approaching storm looks like a ufo. http://t.co/OtxuLB4NAW
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Smashing #Physics: how we discovered the Higgs boson #science

Smashing #Physics: how we discovered the Higgs boson #science | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
The British physicist Jon Butterworth discusses his new book Smashing Physics, an insider's account of the discovery of the Higgs boson. Plus, the origins of life
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The #Sahara Is Millions of Years Older Than Thought #forests #climate

The #Sahara Is Millions of Years Older Than Thought #forests #climate | The limitless universe | Scoop.it

The great desert was born some 7 million years ago, as remnants of a vast sea called Tethys closed up. The movement of tectonic plates that created the Mediterranean Sea and the Alps also sparked the drying of the Sahara some 7 million years ago, according to the latest computer simulations of Earth’s ancient climate.


Though North Africa is currently covered by the world’s largest non-polar desert, climate conditions in the region have not been constant there for the last several million years. Subtle changes in Earth’s tilt toward the sun periodically increase the amount of solar energy received by the Northern Hemisphere in summer, altering atmospheric currents and driving monsoon rains. North Africa also sees more precipitation when less of the planet’s water is locked up in ice. Such increases in moisture limit how far the Sahara can spread and can even spark times of a “green Sahara”, when the sparse desert is replaced by abundant lakes, plants and animals.

 

Before the great desert was born, North Africa had a moister, semiarid climate. A few lines of evidence, including ancient dune deposits found in Chad, had hinted that the arid Sahara may have existed at least 7 million years ago. But without a mechanism to explain how it emerged, few scientists thought that the desert we see today could really be that old. Instead, most scientists argue that the Sahara took shape just 2 to 3 million years ago. Terrestrial and marine evidence suggest that North Africa underwent a period of drying at that time, when the Northern Hemisphere started its most recent cycle of glaciation.

 

Now Zhongshi Zhang of the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research in Bergen, Norway, and colleagues have run simulations of climate change in North Africa over the last 30 million years. Their simulations take into account changes in Earth’s orbital position, atmospheric chemistry and the ratio of land to ocean as driven by tectonic forces. The models shows that precipitation in North Africa declined by more than half about 7 million years ago, causing the region to dry out. But this effect could not be explained by changes in vegetation, Earth’s tilt or greenhouse gas concentrations—leaving tectonic action.

 

About 250 million years ago, a huge body of water called the Tethys Sea separated the supercontinents of Laurasia to the north and Gondwana to the south. As those supercontinents broke apart and shuffled around, the African plate collided with the Eurasian plate, birthing the Alps and the Himalayas but closing off the bulk of the Tethys Sea. As the plates kept moving, the sea continued to shrink, eventually diminishing into the Mediterranean.

 

What set off the aridification in Africa was the replacement of the western arm of the Tethys Sea with the Arabian Peninsula around 7 to 11 million years ago. Replacing water with land, which reflects less sunlight, altered the region’s precipitation patterns. This created the desert and heightened its sensitivity to changes in Earth’s tilt, the researchers conclude in a study published today in Nature.


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'Artificial eye' to detect particles

'Artificial eye' to detect particles | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
The human eye has inspired physicists to create a processor that can analyse particle collisions 400 times faster than currently possible.
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#Health Benefits of #Stevia Herbal Sweetener #Herbs

#Health Benefits of #Stevia Herbal Sweetener #Herbs | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
This tells about the health benefits of the herb that is called stevia that is also a sweetener.
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#Antidepressants rapidly alter brain architecture, study finds

#Antidepressants rapidly alter brain architecture, study finds | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
A single dose of a popular class of psychiatric drug used to treat depression can alter the brain’s architecture within hours, even though most patients usually don’t report improvement for weeks, a new study suggests.
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A Mother Was Filming Her Child When A Tiny Creature Was Caught on Camera #LOL #fake

A Mother Was Filming Her Child When A Tiny Creature Was Caught on Camera #LOL #fake | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
A few days ago came into our hands this video recorded with a cell by Silvia in 2011. you can clearly see the appearance of a tiny creature while filming his son playing .
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#Kerala's ancient world of #ayurveda

#Kerala's ancient world of #ayurveda | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
  Ayurveda is an ancient Indian healing system of therapies which centres on three distinct body types, or doshas - Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Each dosha has a unique set of characteristics that c...
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#Solar Storm Heading for Earth May Spark #Auroras This Weekend

#Solar Storm Heading for Earth May Spark #Auroras This Weekend | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
A solar outburst promises weekend northern lights. (RT @NatGeo: Solar storm may spark auroras this weekend: http://t.co/61TUHEytiI)
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#WOW Oxytricha trifallax breaks its own #DNA into a quarter-million pieces and rapidly reassemble those for mating

#WOW Oxytricha trifallax breaks its own #DNA into a quarter-million pieces and rapidly reassemble those for mating | The limitless universe | Scoop.it

Life can be so intricate and novel that even a single cell can pack a few surprises, according to a study led by Princeton University researchers. The pond-dwelling, single-celled organism Oxytricha trifallax has the remarkable ability to break its own DNA into nearly a quarter-million pieces and rapidly reassemble those pieces when it's time to mate, the researchers report in the journal Cell.


The organism internally stores its genome as thousands of scrambled, encrypted gene pieces. Upon mating with another of its kind, the organism rummages through these jumbled genes and DNA segments to piece together more than 225,000 tiny strands of DNA. This all happens in about 60 hours.


The organism's ability to take apart and quickly reassemble its own genes is unusually elaborate for any form of life, explained senior author Laura Landweber, a Princeton professor of ecology and evolutionary biology. That such intricacy exists in a seemingly simple organism accentuates the "true diversity of life on our planet," she said.

 

"It's one of nature's early attempts to become more complex despite staying small in the sense of being unicellular," Landweber said. "There are other examples of genomic jigsaw puzzles, but this one is a leader in terms of complexity. People might think that pond-dwelling organisms would be simple, but this shows how complex life can be, that it can reassemble all the building blocks of chromosomes."

 

From a practical standpoint, Oxytricha is a model organism that could provide a template for understanding how chromosomes in more complex animals such as humans break apart and reassemble, as can happen during the onset of cancer, Landweber said. While chromosome dynamics in cancer cells can be unpredictable and chaotic, Oxytricha presents an orderly step-by-step model of chromosome reconstruction, she said.

 

"It's basically bad when human chromosomes break apart and reassemble in a different order," Landweber said. "The process in Oxytricha recruits some of the same biological mechanisms that normally protect chromosomes from falling apart and uses them to do something creative and constructive instead."

 

Gertraud Burger, a professor of biochemistry at the University of Montreal, said that the "rampant and diligently orchestrated genome rearrangements that take place in this organism" demonstrate a unique layer of complexity for scientists to consider when it comes to studying an organism's genetics.

 

"This work illustrates in an impressive way that the genetic information of an organism can undergo substantial change before it is actually used for building the components of a living cell," said Burger, who is familiar with the work but had no role in it.

 

"Therefore, inferring an organism's make-up from the genome sequence alone can be a daunting task and maybe even impossible in certain instances," Burger said. "A few cases of minor rearrangements have been described in earlier work, but these are dilettantes compared to [this] system."


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Here Are 12 Mysteries That #Science Just Can't Explain. How Did Any Of This Possibly Happen?

Some of these are creepy. Others are fascinating. (RT @SecretXposed: Mysteries That Science Just Can't Explain. How Did Any Of This Possibly Happen?
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#Damselflies - in pictures - The Guardian

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Damselflies - in pictures
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A green-eyed damselfly peeks out from behind pink flower petals The eyes have it - a green-eyed damselfly peeks out from behind petals. A green-eyed damselfly clutches a stalk.
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#Meteorite strikes near #Nicaragua’s capital leaving 39-foot crater

#Meteorite strikes near #Nicaragua’s capital leaving 39-foot crater | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
A mysterious explosion that rocked Nicaragua’s crowded capital Managua, creating a large crater, appears to have been caused by a meteorite, officials said Sunday.
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15 Surprising #Health Benefits of Hinduism's Holy #Basil

15 Surprising #Health Benefits of Hinduism's Holy #Basil | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Tulsi or the Holy Basil has amazing healing power.
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