A friend and former co-worker sent me this on facebook this morning. I must say that I know little about the meanings of dreams, I just like the info from this site. Enjoy.
by Dr. Laurel Clark and Paul Blosser
More About Nightmares
Adults have nightmares, too. Nearly everyone (83.7%) reported having nightmares and twenty-one percent reported having nightmares before the age of fourteen. In fact, sometimes people are prompted to investigate their dreams because… Continue
(NaturalNews) Now that the U.S. government has achieved its monopoly over health care, new technologies are in the works that will allow the government to remotely monitor and track whether ordinary citizens are complying with taking…
It is unfortunate that Stephen Hawking has added his voice to a growing chorus of xenophobia and fear regarding what he terms "Aliens."
Secondly, as a scientist, he should know better: Any interstellar civilization would possess such technologies that the meager resources of Earth would be unneeded. If you can travel faster than the speed of light, you can manifest what is needed. Period. Moreover, IF they were hostile- since ETs are already visiting Earth (see… Continue
NBC Universal's Shows Are Sending Viewers Signals to Recycle, Exercise and Eat Right. Why?
By AMY CHOZICK
In just one week on NBC, the detectives on "Law and Order" investigated a cash-for-clunkers scam, a nurse on "Mercy" organized a group bike ride, Al Gore made a guest appearance on "30 Rock," and "The Office" turned Dwight Schrute into a cape-wearing superhero obsessed with recycling.
Coincidence? Hardly. NBC Universal planted these eco-friendly… Continue
China's Information Office of the State Council published a report titled "The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2009" yesterday. The full text of China's State Council assessment of U.S. human rights violations as published in Xinhuanews follows:
The State Department of the… Continue
THE federal government has green-lighted its highly controversial censorship plan to introduce a mandatory internet filter that will block refused classification content from being accessed on Australian soil.
New legislative amendments to be introduced to the Broadcasting Services Act when parliament resumes next year could see all internet service providers block refused classification-rated material hosted on overseas servers.
Ottawa, Ontario (AHN) - Poultry at the farms owned by Hybrid Turkeys have the Influenza A (H1N1) virus, prompting Ontario's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Arlene King to recommend for livestock workers to immediately get vaccinated against swine flu. King's advice is timely since Health Canada… Continue
The European Union is getting ready for a decision on who will become known as the first president of Europe. At a summit in Brussels, the EU's 27 member states are talking informally about who will take on this top role. Dutch Prime Minister Jan-Peter Balkenende, Luxembourg PM Jean-Claude Juncker and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair are among a handful of prominent names being mentioned in Brussels. The European President must be a former prime minister and will be selected by hand by his… Continue
There's a blog called Do Not Bomb the Moon by Lara Gardner, a Portland writer (Why I'm Here). It's not fact-filled, it's just an expression of concern. In a vague and visceral way this seems wrong to me too, perhaps messing with forces we don't understand.
Bombing the moon recalls Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film 2001: A Space… Continue
I am thrilled someone like Tanya Stephens wrote this song. These words could be for any country's leader...
Turn the Other Cheek
The people dem seh dem a talk
and nobody nah listen all along
So dem want me to put it
In the form of a song
Cause is like seh, oonu betray we trust
So this is to all of you from all of us
Providing no jobs and
telling us stop the crime
Is like beating a child
and telling him… Continue
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WASHINGTON -- In her maiden Supreme Court appearance last week, Justice Sonia Sotomayor made a provocative comment that probed the foundations of corporate law.
During arguments in a campaign-finance case, the court's majority conservatives seemed persuaded that corporations have broad First Amendment rights and that recent precedents upholding limits on corporate political spending should be overruled.
Looking up in the sky, one might see an array of bizarre rows and columns of misty perspiration representing a tic-tac-toe or giant X regime. Whatever meets the naked eye in the sky can be mistaken for possible exhaust fuel from a jet, or cloud formations that may take the form of our friendly cirrus. But, what may be lurking and descending in the United States skies are last moment remnants that have been emitted from an unidentifiable jet containing some of the most toxic elements such as… Continue
Added by theGIC.org on July 25, 2009 at 8:14am —
from Democracy Now
The Guardian newspaper reports staff at Goldman Sachs can look forward to the biggest bonus payouts in the firm’s 140-year history after a spectacular first half of the year, sparking concern that the big investment banks which survived the credit crunch will derail financial regulation reforms. We speak to Nomi Prins, a former managing director for Goldman Sachs in New York, about the… Continue
Spanish prosecutors will seek criminal charges against Alberto Gonzales and five high-ranking Bush administration officials for sanctioning torture at Guantánamo.
Spanish prosecutors have decided to press forward with a criminal investigation targeting former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and five top associates over their role in the torture of five Spanish citizens held at Guantánamo, several reliable sources close to the investigation have told The Daily… Continue
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