Buck Rogers, Staff Writer
The age of the brain-computer interface is here, and technology has found a way to put brainwaves to practical use in the material world.
Electroencephalography, or EEG, measures low-voltage electrical signals from the brain using sensors attached to the scalp and face. When neurons … More
Alex Vandenberg, Contributor
The war behind all wars is a war on words; a war on language. For instance, in today’s world independence is overshadowed by “inter-dependence”, incessant talk of “democracy” overlooks our constitutional republic, “pooling” is now a substitute for sovereignty, “globalization” takes precedence over nation-states, economic … More
Gregg Prescott, M.S., In5D Guest
How close are we to the collapse of the dollar and complete debt forgiveness?
U.S. citizens will be the last to know that the dollar is worthless. Pluto entered Capricorn in 2008 and right on schedule, we saw the collapse of hundreds of … More
Julian Rose, Contributor
Each one of us came here with a purpose.
Either we decided, or a higher being decided on our behalf, that our spirit would attach to a particular physical body which would manifest itself through the act of conjugation between a particular man and a … More
Uwe Blesching, Contributor
Make no mistake, bankruptcies or foreclosures, are a serious crisis. The sustained mental and emotional stress commonly experienced during the months or years of bankruptcy or foreclosure process is toxic stress. This type of stress has been shown to increase the risk of developing chronic … More
Tracy Kolenchuck, Contributor
Healthicines increase healthiness. Medicines decrease illness. It’s easy to say, but it can be very difficult to understand clearly. Are “alternative medicines” healthicines or medicines? Are vitamins healthicines, or medicines? Are herbal medicines healthicines or medicines. Let’s begin with some simple examples, where the lines … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
We all want it, but it keeps changing. Once we get it, it pops up again in another form, down the road, waiting. More than just a concept, it becomes one’s measure and life’s purpose. Did I achieve it this year? Will I do it … More
Adam Lanka, Contributor
Remember, we are a part of this planet.
It is a new year; the living spaceship we call Earth has completed yet another successful revolution about the sun. The orbiting process seems to have been pretty uneventful from a distance, but looking closer onto … More
Interest in urban agriculture is growing locally as well as nationally—a trend that is truly a cause for celebration. In fact, I’ve been encouraging everyone to plant a “Victory Garden” as a step toward fixing our broken food system. During the previous Victory Garden … More
Marc Oromaner, Contributor
For years leading up to 2012, spiritual-types who were sick of the way the world was heading could take comfort in the promise of a new era that was predicted to begin on December 21 of that year. The Mayans, known for their astronomical expertise … More
Mary Rivas, Contributor
As the year comes to a close, many of us take time to reflect back on the year… on the goals and dreams we set for ourselves.
This time of reflection can feel good and…. for some, it can also feel not so good as … More
Antony Sammeroff, Contributor
Most of us are trapped in a prison of our own substance and we don’t even know what the bars are made of. They are not of our circumstances, or even of our reactions to them per se. More often than not they are the … More
Sigmund Fraud, Staff Writer
What is it like to be a ‘below average’ student in a culture that increasingly drugs children to induce conformity?
‘Minimum Max’, a short film created by high school student Josh Ovalle, presents the viewer with a modern day dilemma that … More
Staff, Indian Country
With all the talk of rising temperatures, acidifying oceans and melting polar ice, it is hard to see the healthy trees for the forest, as it were. Yes, the emerald ash borer and the mountain pine beetle are making inroads, and yes, extreme weather is … More