Makia Freeman – Voice AI tech is gearing you to accept one right answer.
Tyler Durden – Does this even surprise you at all?
Christina Sarich – Start by looking away from the mainstream.
Julian Wash – Every so often we must deal with an unpleasant truth we wish would just go away.
Alex Pietrowski – What happened to the American mind?
Paul A. Philips – Several myths about intelligence.
Sylvain Lamoureux – How far will the ego go to protect its ignorance?
Jon Rappoport – You might be surprised at how many people use these three “methods of analysis.”
Phillip Schneider – The multi-dimensional intelligence of the human being.
Jacqueline & Pao Chang – Did you know that the human heart a very strong electromagnetic field?
April McCarthy – Can learning a language rewire your brain?
Film – A film that questions the intelligence of plants and examines how plants perceive their environment and if they have the ability to remember and feel.
Video – Here are some hints on what activities will help you use both hemispheres of the brain and think more like Einstein.
Julian Wash, Contributor Waking Times Today I would like to return to your awareness an aspect of the Human condition that bargains with uncertainty and finds comfort in denial. Every…
Sarah Bon, The Fix Waking Times Researchers have found that those with high childhood IQs are more prone to illegal drug use as adults. But what does this correlation really…
Osho Waking Times “When moments of fear come, be fearful, tremble with fear. Fear comes – it is natural. When you allow fear and you tremble, watch it, enjoy it,…
Laura Grace Weldon, Guest Writer Waking Times “Not only is another world possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” -Arundhati Roy Fear…
Michael Connett, Esq, Fluoride Action Network Waking Times In the initial version of this article, we estimated that “over 200,000″ Americans drink water with 1.8 to 2.0 ppm. Based on data from…
Sayer Ji Waking Times Is fluoride a potential cause of lowering of IQ in our children? Certainly those who advocate for consuming it therapeutically, without acknowledging its well-known adverse health effects,…
A new UCLA rat study is the first to show how a diet steadily high in fructose slows the brain, hampering memory and learning — and how omega-3 fatty acids can counteract the disruption. The peer-reviewed Journal of Physiology publishes the findings in its May 15 edition.