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Contemplative Practices
Allow yourself to receive change in Christ.

In my last article, I put forth the idea that a spiritually healthy community begins with the individual. As individuals, we are all susceptible to spiritual...

The Christ Dialogue
Mental Maps
From Employed to Self-employed

Have you ever sat with your head in your hands and thought, ‘I don’t know if I can do this any-more’. It’s Sunday evening and the thought of another week at ...

Meera Shah
Applied sciences
How Robots Improve Cognitive Abilities & Mental Health of the Elderly (Research)

European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences [1] has recently published an article of Japanese scholars presenting their research [2] on robots and brai...

Core Spirit Scientific Research Reviews
Applied sciences
Why Scientists from Oxford University are Embracing Alternative Medicine

Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) is a multi-billion-dollar industry with more than 80% of world’s population using at least one of its formats fo...

Core Spirit Press Releases
Neuroscience
NANOMEDICINE - WHAT IS IT?

In today's article, we will take a look at a new emerging area of medicine - nanomedicine. To begin with, it is worth understanding what it is. Nanomedic...

Jody Mills
Neuroscience
BMI - THE TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE

Over the past 30 years, neurobiology has evolved rapidly and has been introduced into our lives. What once seemed like a fantasy from the distant future is n...

Jody Mills
Neuroscience
The Secret to Developing a Positive Mindset for Confidence and Success (3 Tips to a Lasting Shift)

How much we make, how we respond to stressful situations, mental illness, our personality, and level of success are all things that run in the family.

“It’s...

Deann Rae Jensen
Ecology
Are we living in the times of climate emergency?

‘Based on sober scientific analysis, we are deeply within a climate emergency state but people are not aware of it,’ he told Horizon on the sidelines of the ...

Demi Powell
Ecology
Instant Coffee Was Found To Have The Smallest Carbon Footprint

Drinking makes many of us feel good, so it makes sense that we would want to feel good about how it is produced. When it comes to, the most important choice ...

Demi Powell
Ecology
Air pollution: all you need to know

The problem of air pollution is complex and affects our daily life, even though we don’t necessarily notice it. Consciousness is the key to effective protect...

Demi Powell
Astronomy
SUPERNOVA RUPTURE

Today, using NASA’s Hubble Space telescope, scientists are investigating the exact time of the star’s explosion and its location.

A long time ago, the victi...

Lana Olley
Statistics
Statistics In Medicine

Statistics is the science that sets out the issues of collecting, processing the information obtained in statistical data and comparing them.In this articl...

Karol Mathews
Statistics
THE RACE FOR A VACCINE

Since the beginning of 2020, a fierce race between countries for the victorious coronavirus vaccine has begun. London officials registered the date as Decemb...

Alex Jones
Mathematics
Mysterious Squares

Surely at school, university or on the Internet you have heard about the “Greek-Latin squares”, the creator of which was the Indian mathematician Sharadchand...

Lana Olley
Astronomy
These People say they've been to Jupiter

Throughout history there have been on occasion those strange individuals who have stepped forward claiming to have been whisked away to other planets of our ...

Demi Powell
Mental Maps
Creating your first Mental Map

A mental map is a first-person perspective of an area and how they interact with it. An easy example would be the image you have of your neighborhood. Your m...

Demi Powell
Applied sciences
Alternative perspective on science

As someone with a long history of loving science, it can be infuriating to see people cast it aside in favor of what they’d prefer to believe. When evidence ...

Demi Powell
Neuroscience
Intelligence Explained by Research

Our is the most complex part of the human body. What the brain can do, and how it can do it, have even inspired a model of (AI). Currently, a latest research...

Demi Powell
Earth science
Climate scientists Michael Mann’s “New Climate War” exposes climate change “intactivists” tactics

Mann is a veteran of the climate wars of the 1990s and early 2000s, when evidence was criticized that the climate is changing due to anthropogenic greenhou...

Kori Miller
Neuroscience
Our Future can be as Purposeless as the Past

The next great stage of our evolution has begun. But what will our successes look like – and will they be that different to us?

“In the 21st century,” Yuval...

Demi Powell
Physics
The Neuroscience of Failure

Screw ups, disasters, misfires, flops. Why losing big can be a winning strategy.

It all started with the sound of static. In May 1964, two astronomers at Be...

Demi Powell
Neuroscience
Boost your IQ with this simple habit

Most of us think of as a fixed thing, like a. You take a test, they tell you how smart you are, and that’s that.

Turns out that’s wrong.

Neuroscience is de...

Demi Powell
Ecology
A previously unknown species of Beak whale found off the coast of Mexico

A team of scientists searching for a rare species of whale instead found a species that they said had never been recorded.

“We saw something new, that was...

Mary Miller
Biochemistry
This is what your blood type can reveal about you

Blood is blood, right? Well, yes and no. Human blood is made of the same basic elements, but within that realm there are distinctions that account for four d...

Demi Powell
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