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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Cosmology, Flat earth, Nature, Space

An explanation to the movement of heavenly bodies over the flat earth

The earth is flat, space does not exist, gravity does not exist, but why do some things fall while other things stay up?  Magnetism I think the force called Gravity is nothing other than magnetism. It follows the same patterns and formulas, for example the inverse square formula – the force diminishes by the inverse square of the distance.…

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Health, Medicine, Nature, Scientism

Antibiotics

 One of the most important progresses of modern medical science is antibiotics. Antibiotic is made up of the Latin words anti, meaning "against" and biotic, originally from the Greek word biotikos meaning "life". So antibiotic means "against life". What is against life is what causes death, in other words "deadly" So the next time your doctor wants to prescribe…

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Flat earth, Nature

Bad Flat Earth Arguments: Transparent Moon

The flat earth community have a lot of good arguments supporting the flat earth model. However some of the arguments, even though they may be correct, are not convincing to people; in fact hey may have the opposite effect. This may be because they: Are explained just as well on the Globe model Rely on more fundamental knowledge about the…

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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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