Neuroscience: Drug addiction study offers new... →
neurosciencestuff: June 25, 2012 The same neurological mechanism involved in the transition from habitual to compulsive drug use could underlie less severe, but still harmful, compulsive behaviours. “We’re trying to understand individuality in addictive behaviour. Many people can be exposed to drugs with…
All matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. We are all one...– Bill Hicks
(plural fortunes) 1. Destiny or fate. She will read your fortune. I read about my fortunes in the magazine. Apparently I will have a good love life this week, but I will have a bad week for money. 2. A prediction or set of predictions about a person’s future provided by a fortune teller. 3. A small slip of paper with wise or vaguely prophetic words printed on it,...
We are a way for the universe to know itself. Some part of our being knows this...– Carl Sagan
This week Friday Fun Flick is about Carbon Dating. I have always wondered how this works and now, thanks to the hot hiptser science geek, I do. Have a great weekend everyone!
GLAMOUR Definitions 1. a magic spell <the girls appeared to be under a glamour — Llewelyn Powys> 2. an exciting and often illusory and romantic attractiveness <the glamour of Hollywood>; especially : alluring or fascinating attraction —often used attributively <glamour stock> <glamour girls> <whooping cranes and … other glamour birds — R. T....
Peering the Veil is introducing a new feature called “Wordsmith Wednesday.” Each Wednesday we will post a word or phrase and its definition. We will trace the etymology of the word from its origin to its 21st century reincarnation. Many of these words and phrases barely resemble their original meaning due to warped evolution and modern english slang, while others may be new to...
The words ‘Know Thyself’ were written over the portals of the Greek Mysteries as...– J. H. Brennan, The Magical I Ching