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Scientists At Stanford Are Turning Tesla’s Global Wireless Power Grid Into Reality

Scientists at Stanford University have figured out how to wirelessly transmit electricity between moving objects, overcoming previous limitations and possibly bringing Nikola Tesla’s vision of a global wireless power grid closer to reality. Using technology originally developed in 2007 at MIT to wirelessly transmit electricity between stationary objects, the research team was able to achieve a power transfer between moving objects based on magnetic resonance coupling. When electricity moves through wires, it creates an oscillating magnetic field, which in turn causes electrons in wire coils nearby to oscillate, thus transferring…

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CONSPIRACY THEORIES & MYSTERIES Editor's Choice 

7 Secrets About The World – Revealed Through Syrian War

Usually one has to read hundreds of books to fathom how the puppet masters of the world work, but once in a while, there is a single event that explains it all. The war in Syria is one of those. Understand the Syrian war, you’ll realize how pervasive propaganda is, how easy it is to manipulate people, how powerful the globalists are, how and why wars are manufactured, and how cynical and ruthless nations are. Let’s take a look at some of the revelations from the Syrian war. Media all…

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First India Bans Cash, Now Is It Targeting Gold?

In November of last year, India banned certain cash notes in a bold move to force businesses into the banking system to better harvest more taxes from its livestock. Now, under the guise of “improving transparency” and forming a “common market,” India has begun targeting gold with new taxes, regulation, and incentives for citizens to turn over their undeclared gold to the financial sector. Roughly 86% of India’s economic activity happened in cash at the time much of it was banned. Presumably that includes the $19-billion-per-year retail gold industry. Again, it appears…

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Still Smoking Weed? You Need to Read This

As the stigma fades, a variety of methods are becoming more accessible to the general population. Smoking cannabis has been the go-to method for generations due to its convenience during prohibition. Now, as the laws are being lifted and convenience is less of a factor, it’s time to weigh the pros and cons between mediums and apparatuses. So what do the experts suggest? When it comes to tumor inhibiting properties, melanoma prevention and eradication, or epileptic conditions and underlying causes, CBD rich cannabis oil is the most effective method. However,…

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Hindutva brigade is using sadhvis and sanyasins only for inciting masses

Goans must remember they live in India, not Portugal – these are the words of Sadhvi Saraswati, the latest in a long line of such women sadhvis employed in drive for the greater glory of Hindutva. The burden of this telegenic Sadhvi’s song is that Goans must give up beef, indeed all non-vegetarian fare, to prove their nationalist credentials. According to the Sadhvi, all beef eaters must be hanged forthwith. And she is in good company. Not so long ago, we had Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti using such unparliamentary language to…

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This Is How Many Insects You Can Consume A Year When You Drink Coffee

Bugs are everywhere. There’s no refuting that fact. That’s why the FDA has to make allowances for a certain amount of insects or insect fragments in our food. They’re labeled as unavoidable defects in food and found in lots of ingredients, such as peanut butter, chocolate and even fruits and vegetables. This includes coffee, folks. COFFEE. The FDA keeps a cap on the amount of insects allowed in our food, but over time this number adds up. (Math can be a scary thing sometimes.) If you look at the quantity of food…

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Interesting Facts About Passports You Might Not Know About

Issued by a country’s government, passport certifies the identity and nationality of its holder during international trips. It is an important travel document that contains information such as the holder’s name, place and date of birth, photograph, signature, and other identifying information But, these passport have evolved over the years. Here are a few interesting facts about it: 1. King Henry V of England was the first to issue what some consider the first true passport as a proof of identity in foreign lands. 2. The passports in UK are…

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Nike’s New Air Max Shoebox Is Made From Recycled Milk Jugs

The “sustainable and responsible” polypropylene packaging can be turned into a backpack or even recycled after use. To compete with companies such as Adidas, which debuted 1 million pairs of sneakers made of recycled ocean plastic in 2017, Nike recently unveiled a new shoebox for its Air Max shoes — the same sneakers which changed the industry 30 years ago. The company partnered with Taiwanese architect and engineer Arthur Huang for the task and developed “sustainable and responsible” polypropylene packaging that is made from recycled coffee lids, milk jugs, and…

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7th Pay Commission: Latest Developments On Allowances, HRA

Nearly 50 lakh central government employees could get revised allowances under 7th pay commission award, including HRA or house rent allowance, from July, Financial Express in a report said last week. The report, citing sources, said that the Cabinet may decide on 7th pay commission allowances this month. The Union Cabinet today is unlikely to decide on allowances, including HRA, under 7th pay commission award, sources told NDTV. The proposals related to 7th pay commission allowances are not part of the Cabinet agenda today, the sources added. Finance Minister Arun…

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Gaming for an hour everyday can help men last longer in bed

Lasting longer in bed is a priority for men across the world in order to have a healthier more fulfilling sex life. Among several changes in diet and fitness, there are certain surprising habits in a person’s lifestyle that might be instrumental in keeping premature ejaculation at bay. Gaming and sex may sound like poles apart, but a study has recently revealed that people who at least play games for an hour everyday are more likely to last longer during sex. While there isn’t much to suggest the reason behind…

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What do YOUR dreams mean?

Whether it’s a perfect dream or an absolute nightmare, most of us would love to know what our dreams are trying to tell us. From bumble bees and angels to a lighthouse and trees, the different symbols and pictures we see in our slumber hold various meanings. Delphi Ellis, a qualified therapist and professional dream interpreter, spoke to Spirit and Destiny Australia magazine about the different symbols and signs to look our for in our dreams.   BUMBLE BEES According to Delphi, bees and bumble bees bring the ‘sweetness’ into…

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A twitter uses exposes British media & their propaganda against Islam

The media revelled in writing headlines on Wednesday that celebrated Anjem Choudary’s fate as he and fellow al-Muhajiroun activist Mohammed Rahman faced up to 10 years in jail for urging support for the Islamic State group in YouTube videos. This is the man who Muslims distanced themselves from and mosques shut their doors to. Many called for his arrest years ago. But this is also the man who did not need a megaphone to spread his message when he was shunned from street corners. Instead the media, TV and national newspapers gave…

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