The picture above represents Improved facial circulation (right image) after 20 minutes of grounding, as documented by a Speckle Contrast Laser Imager (dark blue=lowest circulation; dark red=highest circulation). Image Source: Scientific Research Publishing
Dr. Joe Dispenza has an impressive background — studying biochemistry at Rutgers University with a focus on neuroscience, graduating magna cum laude with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life University in Georgia, and postgraduate education spanning neuroscience, memory formation, cellular biology, and aging and longevity. He’s a New York Times bestselling author and a featured expert in the films What the BLEEP Do We Know?!, Down the Rabbit Hole and newly released, The People vs The State of Illusion
Elias Marat – That’s great news for the environment!
Bees are major fans of hemp and a recent study has found that the taller the hemp plants are the larger the number of bees that will flock to it.
The new research, spearheaded by researchers at Cornell University and published last month in Environmental Entomology, shows that humans aren’t the only fans of weed. The findings also reinforce a study published last year at Colorado State University that discovered the same thing.
The study shows how bees are highly attracted to cannabis due to the plant’s plentiful stores of pollen, and it could pave the way for scientists to figure out new ways to support their struggling population as well as floral populations.
According to the study, the greater the area covered by the hemp plant the greater the chance that bees will swarm to the area. Additionally, those hemp plants that are taller have a much greater likelihood of attracting bees with the tallest plants attracting a stunning 17 times more bees than the shortest plants.
The study also found that as time went on greater amounts of bees visited the hemp plots on a more frequent basis. It sounds almost like the word-of-mouth effect among humans who hear about great deals at a dispensary, no?
The researchers also discovered that hemp, a major cash crop with multiple applications, can support no less than 16 different varieties of bees in the northeastern United States.
The whole art of healing consists in eliciting this power of self-repair and self-cleaning.” Dr. James Wilson, M.D.admin July 5, 2015 Latest News, Distilled Waters Knowledge, Antique Distilled Waters Book ANTIQUE DISTILLED WATERS KNOWLEDGE: DR: JAMES WILSON, M.D. “We cannot take down the several pieces and compartments of the animal mechanism, as a watch or engine is taken down to be cleansed and repaired, and then to reconstruct the whole. The is not necessary with the living machine, which has an innate power of self-repair and self-cleansing implanted by the creator, as part of its original constitution. The whole art of healing consists in eliciting this power of self-repair and self-cleaning.” — Dr. James Wilson, M.D.
The human body is fascinating, and although we’ve come a long way with regard to understanding how our own biology works, there is still much to be discovered, and still much that has yet to be understood. Even with all of our advancements, and how far we’ve come, it’s but a minor peak in a long road of discovery.
“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla
Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance. There is no constellation or nebula, no sun or planet, in all the depths of limitless space, no passing wanderer of the starry heavens, that does not exercise some control over its destiny—not in the vague and delusive sense of astrology, but in the rigid and positive meaning of physical science.
Is there something so “in our faces” going on that we don’t recognize it for what it is, plus apparent calculated and long-range motives? What I’m talking about is the ubiquitous presence of aluminum, aka aluminium. Aluminum is number 13 on the Periodic Table of Elements and makes up about 8 percent of the Earth’s crust, the only place where it truly belongs. Furthermore, it is not as inert as consensus science in various sciences, especially pharmacology and medicine, would like us to believe. More an
PC Magazine Article “The Problem With 5G” Cites Health Effects As A Reason Why 5G Technology Isn’t Worth The Risk
AUGUST 26, 2018 By B.N. Frank
How many health experts have to say that 5G isn’t worth the risk before this insane “Race for 5G” is finally stopped?Some continue to say there’s not enough research that proves it’s harmful. That’s simply not true. Proof of harm continues to be cited and reported. PC Magazine now joins the 5G opposition in their August 22, 2018 article,
The technology might be the problem, but even worse for the companies behind it is the perception that 5G is already unsafe before they even get it on a single pole.
Because the industry is too cheap to study the health effects of the technology itself, it lets this sort of product out the door despite the fact that it has already been weaponized by the military. These frequencies are so poor at travelling long distances, they need a transmitter on nearly every telephone pole and light pole to make 5G work.