(Anthony McLennan) Platio Solar, a Budapest-based company, has come up with an innovative solution for alternative energy – solar pavers made from recycled plastic which can be built into driveways or pavements.
(Andy Corbley) Utilizing an enzyme found within composted leaves, scientists are now breaking down plastic all the way into a recyclable form in a matter of hours. Carbios, the French company responsible for the breakthrough, is already collaborating with Pepsi and L’Oréal to unleash industrial market-scale production of the new substance within five years.
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(Exploring Your Mind) In an increasingly competitive and individualistic world, knowing collaborative thinking could help society a lot. In the face of the challenges that await human beings, it’s essential to learn to think together in order to shape a better future.
(Makia Freeman) Controlling your mind is key as we head deeper into the 21st century. The mind is the new frontier – and from a military standpoint the new battleground – as governmental-military-corporate organizations become enmeshed with each other to push the same AI (Artificial Intelligence) driven agenda of a NWO (New World Order).
(Exploring Your Mind) Making decisions as a couple is a delicate balancing act. In this article, we show you how to do it the best possible way.
(Mandy Froelich) Meet Lisa Quarrell, 38, a devoted mother and cannabis advocate. For months, she has been giving her son, who suffers from epilepsy, cannabis oil. Although she has faced a police rap, she says the natural remedy has allowed Cole Thomson, 7, to remain seizure-free for 224 days.
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(Justin Deschamps) The following article shows several studies and advances in scientific understanding that suggest prolonged and unchecked anxiety can lead to declines in overall health. What the article doesn’t make clear is how to contend with this, which I will briefly do now.
(Graywolf) One of the things we constantly got in trouble for in the Army was lack of attention to detail. Missing a spot on your inspection boots (back when we used to have to shine our boots), an incorrect alignment of ribbons on your uniform, or forgetting a detail in the instructions you were given for the day could get you extra physical exercise or duty – or sometimes worse.
(Nikki Harper) Relationships are not easy. All couples argue, whether they’ve only just met or have been together for decades. Even the most stable couples are still two individual people, who will have different views, wishes and ideas at least some of the time during their relationship. However, new research suggests that the happiest couples tend to argue in a distinct way, which could account for their ongoing happiness.
(Joe Martino) What if today’s plastics could be made from materials which were not only sustainable, but non-toxic? At the moment, our plastics are made from oil, which means not only are we putting toxic chemicals into our atmosphere, but we are also filling our environment with products that cannot bio-degrade.
(Mandy Froelich) Thanks to an innovative college student, a new formula for road pavement that repairs itself when exposed to rain has been created. For his ingenious rubber recipe, Mexican student Israel Antonio Briseño Carmona won the top national James Dyson Award of 2019.
(Vicki Batts) Are you using your phone too much? If you have to ask yourself that question, it may be a sign of compulsive phone use. In today’s world of smart phones and other devices, it is easy to become way too attached to technology. Smart devices make technology easy to use and readily accessible — such to the point that many people feel they need to be constantly “on,” and available. Whether we’re talking about work or general social “interactions,” there is an expectation these days that you need to always be ready to answer a text, call or social media post.
(Stillness in the Storm Editor) As one who studies history, psychology, and specifically, parenting, I can share that much has changed in the past 150 years. For most of human history, children were raised in communal settings with varying degrees of social interaction, but almost always a healthy amount of support from other people on […]
(Zoey Sky) People know how having a sedentary lifestyle can negatively affect their overall well-being, but not everyone is trying to be more active to boost their physical fitness. But it’s time to start working out more.
(Anna Swisher) How can you make a difference? How can you embody systemic change at a local level? How do you not burn out? How can you enjoy your life while simultaneously fighting violence, destruction and collapse? What can you do in your community to support the healing of our world? Aren’t you curious if we can do things differently – and together?