TAG: video games

The End Game

Elva Thompson – We are on our own walk back to Source Creation.

The Effects of Video Games on Children’s Brains

Drew, 4Mind4Life Waking Times As the number of people playing video games rises, the impact of video games on the human brain becomes a more intriguing research area. Video games are gaining popularity with both children and adults. There is concern among the public that the brutality portrayed on television, as well as within video games, encourages

Trained for Violence: How Video Games Affect the Brain

Christina Sarich, Staff Writer Waking Times The brain is a very adaptable organ. It has the cognitive ability to adapt to stress, whether real or imagined, but do violent video games and movies actually help us to adapt to a sadistic world, or help to create one? Gamers and researchers have been on both sides of this

Happiness, Entertainment Media and the Sub-Conscious Mind

Lewis Herridge, Contributor Waking Times Recently, I returned from Uganda after leading a 2 week trip with a group of teenagers. They were a great bunch and we got a chance to really integrate ourselves into the Ugandan culture, our highlight being a 4 day home-stay in a rural, remote Ugandan Village. At the end

Have You Posted Your Pictures on the Internet? Invasive Surveillance Technology Awaits

Kelly Bergman, Prevent Disease Waking Times We’ve all done it at one point or another, posting our pictures of ourselves, family and friends on websites and social network portals such as Facebook. Whether it be submitting your picture to output a cartoon or aged version of yourself, or uploading your personal snapshots to Facebook, marketing

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