An arrogant person cannot really know a lot

I also think that an arrogant person is fundamentally flawed in a very bad and profound way and if all such a person can do is to keep criticizing others, then it reveals an insecurity inside them as if they are not really sure of what they are saying at all, but just have to …

Electrical Planetary Scarring in the Lab

Within a growing community of investigators, a conceptual foundation has been laid for an entirely new understanding of planetary geology. Electrical processes have been shown to routinely reproduce almost every familiar geological feature. Today, Garrett Hill continues his discussion of his research. We begin with an examination of the electrical significance of the scalloped-edged features …

10 Dogmas Holding Back Science – Rupert Sheldrake

For Sheldrake, there are at least 10 common assumptions in science, which time has hardened into dogmas. Each of these, argues Sheldrake, are ripe to be challenged. Among them include the belief that mind and consciousness are an epiphenomenal illusion with no essential reality. Keep in mind that the existence of consciousness is itself the …

Apples fell to the ground even before Newton discovered the law of gravity

Rajan Sankaran talks to the critics of homeopathy, explaining how he sees its effectiveness every day through his patients. He asks the critics to try homeopathy and see the effects for themselves. About Rajan Sankaran Dr. Rajan Sankaran is a world famous homeopath. He is renowned for his groundbreaking ideas and for his visionary way …

Feminism and Propaganda: Torches of Freedom

“Torches of Freedom” was a phrase used to encourage women’s smoking by exploiting women’s aspirations for a better life during the women’s liberation movement in the United States. Cigarettes were described as symbols of emancipation and equality with men. The term was first used by psychoanalyst A. A. Brill when describing the natural desire for …