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- Planes of Existence
- As shown in this diagram, planes of existence should not, as they commonly are, be thought of as discreet states but rather as a continuous scale. As we distinguish between body, mind and soul, we must equally distinguish between physical, mental, and...
Parapsychology >> Astral Projection
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- Smithsonian gives visitors virtual look at Apollo 11
- To make the model, experts spent two weeks scanning the inside and outside of the craft with lasers. They also took thousands of pictures. Needell, who has overseen study on the command module for almost 20 years, says even he saw new things during ...
- Android Google Goggles Adds Barcode Scanning, Sudoku Cheats
- Google's latest version of Google Goggles is apparently powerful enough to beat a Sudoku champ at her own game. Today Google announced Goggles 1.3 client for Android, featuring instant barcode scanning and print ad recognition.
- Forgotten knives meet zero tolerance
- 27, when security officials with drug-sniffing dogs were scanning the parking lot and the dog alerted on Cappelletti's truck. He was summoned from class to unlock the vehicle, where officials discovered the knives and a bottle of Advil.
- Science and Tradition Are Resurrecting the Lost Art of Wave Piloting
- If you were on a boat scanning the horizon, you wouldn't see an island until you were nearly on top of it.
- Hundreds of Galaxies Were Found Hiding Behind Our Milky Way
- The Parkes telescope, affectionately known as “the Dish,” is a 64-meter radio telescope that has been scanning the skies from New South Wales since 1961. The telescope can peer through gas and dust to see structures shining in longer radio wavelengths.