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Submission + - Astrology Proven; renamed Seasonal Biology (

marleyboy writes: FTA: "The season in which babies are born can have a dramatic and persistent effect on how their biological clocks function. That is the conclusion of a new study published online on Dec. 5 by the journal Nature Neuroscience. The experiment provides the first evidence for seasonal imprinting of biological clocks in mammals and was conducted by Professor of Biological Sciences Douglas McMahon, graduate student Chris Ciarleglio, post-doctoral fellow Karen Gamble and two undergraduate students at Vanderbilt University."

Today I tend to view astrology as the macroscopic blueprint of the soul, and psychology as the microscopic tool to use to sift through the filth picked up from the Earthly sojourn of the human instrument. However, there's a lot more to be considered as all they have done is determine that the amount of light at birth does have effect. The next step would be to determine how the different wavelengths of light could be changed and reflected through the circulation of solar wind in the solar system. There's a lot that could go into this and an incredible veil that could be lifted, if many of us could just hold this possibility in the waters of the imagination and slowly begin to think about the possibilities.

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Submission + - FCC chief proposes free internet

marley writes: "WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UPI) — A U.S. government official says high-speed Internet access should be available to all residents even if that means providing it free of charge. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin says the government has a social obligation to make sure everybody can participate in the next generation of broadband services, USA Today reported Wednesday.

Full (short) story here.

I wonder if Canada would follow suit."

Submission + - Ten Ways to Prepare for a Post-Oil Society

marleyboy writes: "James Howard Kunstler is an author who has some radical ideas. But you have to wonder, is he seeing things for how they really are? His article "Ten Ways to Prepare for a Post-Oil Society" says straight out what you don't want to hear. Living in a society where supply and demand is as stretched as ours is going to make an economic collapse a lot worse than we think."

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