The Tiny House Movement (Updated)

The Tiny House Movement (Updated)

Nov 05

All about “The Tiny House Movement” — websites, blogs, news stories, newsletters, books, interviews, videos…

Test Your Internet Connection (Six Resources)

Test Your Internet Connection (Six Resources)

Nov 02

How fast is your internet connection? Here are five broadband speed-testing websites that allow you to test your Internet connection…

Clean Water Out Of Thin Air (Updated)

Clean Water Out Of Thin Air (Updated)

Oct 25

Innovative inventions that can solve the world’s clean water problems.

The Placebo Effect (Updated)

The Placebo Effect (Updated)

Sep 10

pla·ce·bo: A placebo is a simulated or otherwise medically ineffectual treatment for a disease or other medical condition intended to deceive the recipient. Sometimes patients given a placebo treatment will have a perceived or actual improvement in a medical condition, a phenomenon commonly called the placebo effect. The placebo effect consists of several different effects woven together, and the methods of placebo administration may be as important as the administration itself…

Joseph Smith, Mormons, and Mormonism (Updated)

Joseph Smith, Mormons, and Mormonism (Updated)

Sep 08

NHNE Pulse on Joseph Smith, Mormons, and Mormonism…

Extraordinary Human Capabilities (Updated)

Extraordinary Human Capabilities (Updated)

Aug 28

Pulse Resource Page on Extraordinary Human Abilities…

Akiane Kramarik (Updated)

Akiane Kramarik (Updated)

Aug 25

Akiane Kramarik is a child prodigy who paints and writes poetry. Featured on television programs such as “Oprah”, Kramarik (born July 9, 1994) has gained worldwide attention. According to Kramarik, her art is inspired by her visions of heaven, and her personal connection with the God. Kramarik’s art depicts life, landscape, and people…

Body Burden Resource Page (Updated)

Body Burden Resource Page (Updated)

Jun 19

The Body Burden Resource Page on Pulse…

Jordan Peterson: 12 Rules for Life (Updated)

Jordan Peterson: 12 Rules for Life (Updated)

Jun 18

Peterson’s primary goal was to examine why individuals, not simply groups, engage in social conflict, and to model the path individuals take that results in atrocities like the Gulag, the Auschwitz concentration camp and the Rwandan genocide. Peterson considers himself a pragmatist, and uses science and neuropsychology to examine and learn from the belief systems of the past and vice versa, but his theory is primarily phenomenological. In the book, he explores the origins of evil, and also posits that an analysis of the world’s religious ideas might allow us to describe our essential morality and eventually develop a universal system of morality…