The project “could violate the rights of indigenous peoples whose land it must cross, a federal prosecutor told Reuters.” Source: Indigenous rights ignored as Brazil jump-starts power line: prosecutor | Reuters Advertisements
Pipelines totalling 840,000 kilometres run across Canada. If aligned into a single pipe, it would be long enough for a return trip to the moon, with plenty of pipe to spare. Source: Canada has enough pipelines to get the moon – Terrace Standard
By Roy Carter With an ever growing population and therefore demand for energy, many different options out there are available to power us well into the future. This article I will be focusing on a less known alternative known as thorium reactors. Although not without its problems this alternative has the potential to replace nuclear… Read More Thorium – A safer, more efficient and abundant energy source for the future?
© Angela Ohlman You are wounded. There are lifetimes of worry, fear, doubt and seeds of darkness planted within your heart centre. Day by day these wounds are grounded in today’s actions, beliefs, doors and windows within each dimension of self you visit, moment to moment. Each one connecting to the next, creating of tapestry of… Read More Healing the wound(s) within the Heart Chakra
I don’t believe in reincarnation. At least, I’m not convinced. Existence is too mysterious to boil down to some human theory. There are other reasons too. But I found this lively and fun. Too good to pass up. Even if I may disagree! —MC By Merry C. Battles Spirit comes to me in my dreams.… Read More Do our bones hold the memory of Reincarnation?
By Tony Fahkry A Whole Mind Approach In a recent discussion with a health professional, I was curious why a growing number of people seem to rationalise their health concerns via logic alone. Rather than examining the mental and emotional issues to their failing health, we both agreed that our teaching system educates us from… Read More The Balance of Male and Female Energy
“Rounding” is one of the more interesting pieces to come our way. Essentially a memoir, Lee Neale’s unique imagery brings this unusual account to life. By Lee Neale Hachiko Square. Senses swarming with the immensity of bodies. Not knowing where to focus. Well-dressed energy warps around, and for all its pressing density it has a… Read More Rounding