Dr. Gabor Maté: Ayahuasca and Addiction Treatment

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Dr. Gabor Maté has worked for several years in Vancouver’s downtown east side with people suffering from severe drug addictions. Based on his own experiences with ayahuasca, Dr. Maté is convinced that the Amazonian shamanic medicine, if taken in the proper context, can help people cure their addictions. Visit http://vineofthesoul.com

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Tom Campbell: Intuition in the Big Picture

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Tom Campbell, author of My Big TOE, comments on intuition in the big picture, how it fits into his theory, and how those with these special gifts might evolve their skills.

We were fortunate to have questions and insights from some very well known and respected intuitives from across the USA and Canada.

Thank you to:

Marla Frees http://www.marlafrees.com/

Hillary Raimo http://www.hillaryraimo.com/

Laurie Huston http://www.intuitivesoul.com/radio

Using strong left brain logical process, and equally strong right brain intuitive skills, Tom Campbell has been able to derive a Big Theory of Everything in his book My Big TOE.

The very nature of a Big TOE is that it must include everything. Science that explains psychic phenomena as well as physics, metaphysics, philosophy, theology, and more.

Mainstream scientists are stuck looking for that one “elegant equation” (Stephen Hawking) that will give them a unified theory of everything. They are looking for an answer in our physical rule set. Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”

You won’t find many physicists whose work has included risk analysis of large complex systems for NASA, as well as exploration research of the larger consciousness system. Working at both jobs for the past forty years, he discovered the “other” Edward Fredkin was referring to when asked where is the computer if we are in a computer simulation?

LCS-larger consciousness system (some may think of this as God)

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They Pointed This Telescope At The Sun. 5 Years Later? Unbelievable.

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February 11, 2015 marks five years in space for NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which provides incredibly detailed images of the whole sun 24 hours a day. Capturing an image more than once per second, SDO has provided an unprecedentedly clear picture of how massive explosions on the sun grow and erupt ever since its launch on Feb. 11, 2010. The imagery is also captivating, allowing one to watch the constant ballet of solar material through the sun’s atmosphere, the corona.

In honor of SDO’s fifth anniversary, NASA has released a video showcasing highlights from the last five years of sun watching. Watch the movie to see giant clouds of solar material hurled out into space, the dance of giant loops hovering in the corona, and huge sunspots growing and shrinking on the sun’s surface.

The imagery is an example of the kind of data that SDO provides to scientists. By watching the sun in different wavelengths – and therefore different temperatures – scientists can watch how material courses through the corona, which holds clues to what causes eruptions on the sun, what heats the sun’s atmosphere up to 1,000 times hotter than its surface, and why the sun’s magnetic fields are constantly on the move.

Five years into its mission, SDO continues to send back tantalizing imagery to incite scientists’ curiosity. For example, in late 2014, SDO captured imagery of the largest sun spots seen since 1995 as well as a torrent of intense solar flares. Solar flares are bursts of light, energy and X-rays. They can occur by themselves or can be accompanied by what’s called a coronal mass ejection, or CME, in which a giant cloud of solar material erupts off the sun, achieves escape velocity and heads off into space. In this case, the sun produced only flares and no CMEs, which, while not unheard of, is somewhat unusual for flares of that size. Scientists are looking at that data now to see if they can determine what circumstances might have led to flares eruptions alone.

Goddard built, operates and manages the SDO spacecraft for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington, D.C. SDO is the first mission of NASA’s Living with a Star Program. The program’s goal is to develop the scientific understanding necessary to address those aspects of the sun-Earth system that directly affect our lives and society.

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Joe Rogan on Hemp, Marijuana and DMT

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Joe Rogan – The Number 1 reason why Marijuana is Illegal is because the Pharma Cartel does not want you to grow your own Medicine. The Declaration of Independence was written on Hemp. The first car ever made ran on Hemp oil. Hemp seeds are also the healthiest food on the planet with the highest protein content out of any plant.

Marijuana Facts:
As part of the “War on Drugs”, U.S. gives
hundreds of millions of dollars per year
of military aid to Colombia

War on Drugs results in the arrest of
1 million Americans each year.

Your tax money is spent on maintaining and
expanding the prison infrastructure required
to continue this policy

Marijuana is not addictive. Only 1% of Americans
smoke it on a daily basis. Withdrawal symptoms,
if any, are similar to coffee consumption

Marijuana has been proven to be effective in
reducing nausea induced by cancer chemotherapy,
stimulating apetite in AIDS patients, reducing
intraocular pressure in people with glaucoma

Marijuana also reduces muscle spasticity
in patients with neurological disorders.
Legalizing drugs would inject $76.8 billion a year
into the U.S. economy.$44.1 billion from law
enforcement savings, $32.7 billion in tax revenue

Annual Causes of Deaths in United States
Tobacco435,000
Alcohol85,000
Car Accidents26,347
Prescription Drugs32,000
Suicide30,622
Marijuana 0

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