Love: We Can't Live Without It by Michael Russell
... It is also released during orgasm and scientists think it promotes bonding between two people when they are intimate. There's a theory that the more sex a couple has, the closer they will bond, which is good news for men! Love has mystified humans for eons. Even with all the explanations by scientists of the various chemicals involved in love, it sure doesn't make it any easier when you are in the throes of lust or love struck. As someone once wrote, love is a many splendored thing.
Achieving an Ambidextrous Mindset by C. Bailey-Lloyd
... Not only do we enable ourselves to exhibit and maintain peak human analytical performance, we are also allowing ourselves to receive our atmospheric conditions or situations with an open mind; which concurrently brings about resolve or ideas regarding those conditions or situations. Reflective thinking, NLP, Human Consciousness Studies, empowerment training and meditation are all superb tools to achieving an ambidextrous mindset; also known as whole brain thinking.
Surfing Without a Wetsuit by Helen Rowe
... So quickly do us human become accustom to using technology, what happened to the slide rule or logarithms, candles or lanterns, scrubbing boards or coppers? They are our history only to be used when our mod cons fail us. Caution, maybe a state health warning should be issued as with toys, tobacco, medicines etc. Is the information given always correct? A line from schooldays goes Information, disinformation or downright misinformation? Just like reading an article from several different ...
Halloween Takes A Hit; Ghosts And Vampires Are Now Scientifically Impossible by Tom Attea
... Using a calculator, he determined that if a vampire sucked one person's blood each month and, in the process, turned every victim into a vampire, who in turn began to bite other people at the same rate, after just a few years the entire human race would be vampires. To be exact, he started on January 1, 1600 with just one vampire and the current human population of 537 million. According to his calculator, by July 1602 normal folks would have vanished.
How to Burn Fat by Jeff Baker
... You will notice that seasoned runners find a pace that allows them to end their runs only semi-winded and not gasping for air. This is an ideal state for both muscle building and fat burning but it does take some practice to get all the factors just right. So, if you just starting out, keep your workouts simple and get to where you can do them for a good period of time and you will quickly see the difference in your waistline. Slow and steady does win in the race for weight loss.
Space Shuttle Good To Go After Fourth of July Holiday by Lance Winslow
... one man and two ridiculous sons, heck we could have bought the country for that price and moved in? Saddam and his sons are what three people and 3 bullets cost what $1.35 or something like that? We need to be more efficient with NASA too do not get me wrong, but $500 Billion and $1.35 is a pretty big difference on my calculator? Lets move the Space Program and the human race forward and let us get it done now in the present period not 100 years from now, but today in the here and now.
Advancing Technology Through Mice by Andy Alt
... Mice will be an essential ingredient in the development of the human race and also will change how the world communicates, and how business is performed. There will be a radical jump in culture world-wide because most misunderstanding will immediately be made clear through instantaneous verbal and visual communication. An increased feeling will surface causing us to realize that we all live on the same planet. Soon after, family members will begin to feel that each member is related to the ...
Explode Your World With Possibilities by Saleem Rana
... In the 20th century, we have invented more things than the entire history of the human race. How? It is because as a species, we have allowed more intelligent people to have a say in what is going on in the world. The industrial revolution created a demand for more brain power and a small minority of people responded. Imagine what would happen in a world where everyone was allowed to be much more intelligent? We would be building cities under the ocean and colonizing space and resolving ...