by Agapi Stassinopoulos: I was recently doing yoga with my friend Ira Israel. At the end of the last pose of Savasana (the corpse pose of total relaxation), he turned to me and said, “This is such a good feeling. I feel like I just rebooted my heart drive.”
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by Jacqueline Howard: If the stones of Stonehenge could talk, they would tell the tale of the unity and peace that followed a long period of intense conflict between eastern and western Britain.
The sun sends enormous amounts of energy toward Earth, but why don’t coronal mass ejections cause the same type of havoc as they do for Mercury and Venus?
by David J. Hill: A 10-year-old Swedish girl has had a potentially life-threatening condition alleviated by receiving a vein grown from her own stem cells.
(CBS News) The race to build the fastest computer in the world never ends. Technology keeps improving, microchips keep getting smaller, and processing power continues its exponential growth.
So we can all get a bit caught up in the silliness that is so much of the Internet, but eventually it comes time to get our learn on here at The Feed. And that time is now.
by Lilou Mace: This pivotal event deeply impacted the young Barbara Marx Hubbard, who found herself asking President Eisenhower, “What is the meaning of our power that is good”?
by Stephan Schwartz: The sense of spiritual consciousness, connecting to something greater than oneself, is one of the most intoxicating realms a human can enter.
by Susan DeFreitas: President Obama’s Better Buildings Challenge is all about catalyzing investment in commercial and industrial building energy upgrades and supporting new jobs in the process.
by Peter Murray: Scientists have worked out a non-invasive way to sequence a fetus’ genome, using only blood from the mother and saliva from the father-to-be.