Month: May

Why Do We Kiss?

Did You Know The Average Person Will Spend 20,160 Minutes Of His Or Her Life Kissing? The World Record For The Longest Continuous Kiss Is 58 Hours, 35 Minutes And 58 Seconds. But Why Do We Kiss? If you think about it, it seems a bit weird, especially when our mouths are primarily used for eating,

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“They’re Parked On The Side Of The Crater – They’re Watching Us!” – Neil Armstrong (When Landed On The Moon)

“There are great ideas undiscovered, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth’s protective layers. There are places to go beyond belief” – Neil Armstrong It wasn’t long ago that the Russian government called for an international investigation into the U.S. moon landings regarding missing samples and photos not released to the public. This

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Eyewitnesses On 9/11 Attacks – ‘Plane Wasn’t An Airliner’

September 11, 2001, is a day that will forever be etched into every American’s mind in the most horrific way. However, the most disturbing aspect of this attack is the prospect that it was perpetrated by our own government for their nefarious ends. While a number of theories have been proposed, there are a number

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Humans Draw Energy From Each Other the Same Way Plants Do

Recently, scientists discovered that plants could absorb energy from other plants in a groundbreaking study. Due to this, the entire scientific world could be turned upside down, because of the fact that it would provide evidence that humans could absorb energy from one another in a similar manner. The research team was lead by Dr.

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How Is It Dangerous To Call Breastfeeding Natural ?

Is it dangerous to use the term natural? Paediatricians are now being advised to think so, particularly when it comes to describing breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is natural though, and while it is certainly not the only way to feed your baby, and not physically an option for some women, it is nevertheless, and I think inarguably,

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Key Findings of First Vaccinated VS Unvaccinated Study

The results of a groundbreaking study into differences between vaccinated and un-vaccinated children have been published for the first time. There has been much speculation surrounding the theory that vaccines can cause certain disorders in children, and now we have a study to back this up. The key finding of the study were that a

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