All, Earth, Electromagnetism, Energy, Geopathy, Health, Magnetism, Nature, Weird

TIL: Geopathic stress

Today I learned about Geopathic stress. During my research of the weird and interesting, I game across this website explaining geopathic stress. My suggestion is that you go read through it yourself. Here are some notes I thought was interesting. So geopathic comes from geo-, meaning the ground, and -pathy, meaning illness. The idea is that various underground featured can…

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All, Cosmology, Flat earth

Bad flat earth arguments: Falling off the globe

Just to preface this, I am sceptical to the theory of gravity. Clearly stuff trends to fall down, but the mechanic behind it is disputable. Personally I tend to agree with Tesla, that all natural forces are some kind of manifestation of electromagnetism. That said, if you don't even know how the theory of gravity works, then you shouldn't make…

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All, Bible, Hebrew, Mandela effect

The Mandela effect – God has horns

So some think that CERN are changing the Bible by changing the historical timeliness. Well, I don't believe so, because Isaiah 40:8 tells us that "The green grass dries up, The blossom withers, But the word of our God endures forever.”  God has horns! I'm not sure where this idea came from, but I can only find one scripture…

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All, Health, Medicine, Sovereignty, Vaccines

Vaccine efficacy

I wanted to understand vaccine efficacy, so I checked the Immunization Advisory Center of Auckland. (First result) Vaccine efficacy is measured by comparing the rates of disease between vaccinated and unvaccinated people in clinical trials. From this we can identify the proportion of vaccinated people we would expect to be protected by the vaccine. … No vaccine is 100% effective,…

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All, Animals, Immortality, Miracles, Nature

On Jellyfish and Immortality

 Humans have been looking for the fountain of youth or the elixir of life for all of history, but it appears that maybe the answer to the question was here all along. Say hello to Turritopsis nutricula, the immortal jellyfish. Turritopsis nutricula us about 4.5mm wide and long, about the size of an air rifle pellet. While most animals…

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