Monday, November 16, 2009

Monday, November 16, 2009

Nov 16

Today’s Quote:

“The pressure to be positive, to overfocus on the bright side, maroons us from our darker dimensions and their riches.”

— Robert Masters

Today’s Most Important News Stories:

Inadequate Levels Of Vitamin D May Significantly Increase Risk Of Stroke, Heart Disease & Death (Science Daily)
Last Ice Age Took Just SIX Months To Arrive (Daily Mail)
Al Gore Ignores Impact Of Meat Production On Climate Change (Huffington Post)
Greenland Ice Cap Melting Faster Than Thought (Independent)
NHNE on Climate Change (news feed, primers, videos, authoritative websites, skeptic-watch websites, blogs, reports)
NHNE on Factory Farming
Longevity Tied To Genes That Preserve Tips Of Chromosomes (physorg)
NHNE On Aging & Anti-Aging
Where Have the Honeybees Gone? (Scientific American)
Pulse on Honey Bee Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)

Today’s Most Important Links & Websites:

Skeptics vs. Believers Concerning 2012 (side-by-side graphics, comments, references)
Wikipedia On 2012
A Brief History Of The Apocalypse – “The wild, wacky and wonderful world of failed doomsday prophecy.”
Visitation Dreams: When The Veil Between Worlds Is Thin by Ryan Hurd (Dream Studies)
How Dreams Of Bereavement Reach Out To Us by Ryan Hurd (Dream Studies)
Outstanding dreams and dreaming resources on Integral NHNE
Esalen’s Current Catalog

Website Additions & Updates:

The Beautiful Truth: A Cure For Virtually All Cancers & Chronic Diseases (video)
Honey Bee Colony Collapse Disorder (added news report from Scientific American)

Today’s Recommended Book:

American Guru: A Story Of Love, Betrayal And Healing-Former Students Of Andrew Cohen Speak Out by William Yenner
• Related link on Integral NHNE: Ex-Followers On Andrew Cohen

Today’s Video: Virtual Autopsies

The virtual autopsy is one of the greatest advances in forensic medicine in the past hundred years. With the aid of three-dimensional X-ray techniques, virtual and bloodless autopsies are now being performed on suspected victims of crime. CMIV (the Centre for Medical Image Science and Visualisation) at Linköping University Hospital, NVIS (Norrköpings Visualisation and Interaction Studio) and the National Board of Forensic Medicine in Linköping are world leaders in the field of virtual autopsies. This project is part of the Swedish Visualisation research programme. Behind the programme are the Knowledge Foundation, the Foundation for Strategic Research, Vinnova, Vårdalstiftelsen (the Foundation for Health Care Sciences and Allergy Research) and the Invest in Sweden Agency. A total of SEK 85 million is being invested over five years.

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