Unexplained newly discovered lines near Nazca Desert


The Nazca Lines are a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. They were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The high, arid plateau stretches more than 80 kilometres (50 mi) between the towns of Nazca and Palpa on the Pampas de Jumana about 400 km south of Lima. Although some local geoglyphs resemble Paracas motifs, scholars … [Read more...]

How many major races are there in the world?


The word "race," denoting lineage, comes from a French translation of haras (silent "h") into the Italian razza — which in Italian of that time applied to animals, not people. This points to current English and Italian usage being derived and adapted, respectively, from the French. A human race is defined as a group of people with certain common inherited features that … [Read more...]

Global Cooling and Prince Charles


by Anthony Bright-Paul In the UK we already had one of the coldest Decembers on record, while Dr Vicky Pope of the Met Office was trumpeting her view that 2010 was one of the hottest years. So much for being a scientist!  There was a time when we could believe the evidence of our senses. Now that the Mid-west of the USA has had record snowfalls with thousands of flights … [Read more...]

The Perceptive Secrets of Human Leveraging


By Ron O. Cook Mankind languishes against the chaos of issues that impact present human learning-curve dynamics. We want to make inculcation of wisdom more positive for our society, our children and their futures, but with the establishment of each new government program, coalition, or select committee we only skirt around the real issues that curse humanity's lack of … [Read more...]

Missing Pyramid?


The Pyramids of Giza vs the Pyramids of Teotihuacan The Pyramid of the Sun  (Teotihuacan, Mexico) and the Great Pyramid of Egypt are almost equal to one another in base perimeter (the base of the Great Pyramid is 1.03 times larger than the base of the Pyramid of the Sun). The ratio of the base perimeter to the height deviates only by 0.05 %  from the value for  2*pi … [Read more...]

A Look into the Hypnosis Phenomenon


“You Are Getting Very Sleepy” A Look into the Hypnosis Phenomenon By Stephanie Petsche Freelance Author What is Hypnosis? Hypnosis is “a state of mind connected to deep relaxation, narrowed focus, and increased suggestibility.” A hypnotic state can be likened to a state in which you act intuitively, instead of intellectually. Hypnotic suggestions may be delivered … [Read more...]

The Mirror of Humanity — THE DAILY


The Mirror of Humanity — THE DAILY What It Could Be… By Ron O. Cook Rupert Murdoch of News Corp and Eddy Cue of Apple announced today (Feb 2, 2011) the launch of a new, news application for the iPad (THE DAILY). It represents the first tool for a “Mirror” app for all happenings that have any import to human affairs since the ME (computer?) of the Ancient … [Read more...]

Mysterious Nazca-like Site near Dunhuang in China


Mysterious Nazca-like Site near Dunhuang in China Dunhuang is a city (pop. 187,578 (2000) in Jiuquan, Gansu province, China. It was a major stop on the ancient Silk Road. It was also known at times as Shachou, or 'City of Sands'. It is situated in a rich oasis containing Crescent Lake and Mingsha Shan, "Echoing-Sand Mountain". Mingsha Shan is so named for the sound of the wind … [Read more...]

Humor in Advertising


Humor in Advertising In the world of advertising there’s a small window to grab the audience’s attention. Being restricted to a still image means the message must be very strong and catchy. Ad agencies often rely on humor to achieve this. When using humor as a creative strategy in advertising, advertising firms agree that it increase audience attention, at least on the … [Read more...]