Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Mindfulness and Consciousness as Paths to Self Awareness

"Recently, I was interviewed for an on-line radio show; the topic of discussion was awareness and mindfulness as paths to consciousness. Here are the questions and my answers. May my answers be food for thought and allow you to more deeply ponder your own life...."

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Chilean Glacier Ice Heist Lands Thieves in Hot Water

Authorities say that this is the first case they've seen involving hot ice.

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What is the Vortex and How Do I Get in It?

As soon as we connect with the deliciousness of wanting, our desire has already been created for us in the swirling energetic mass that is our vibrational reality, or our VORTEX.

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Attributes of Best Damage Access Database Recovery Tool for Impeccable Recovery

Loss of Access file database as a result of corruption leaves the user in a worrisome situation and thus urgent recovery of corrupt database is necessary to retrieve the data back. In such situations, damage Access database recovery tool proffers best help to get back to work sooner and faster.

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Super Bowl Beer Showdown: Baltimore vs. San Francisco

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2012 Valencia CRT Test Day 1 Times: New Aprilias Off The Pace, But Not That Far Off

MotoGP is back at last, and while the factory bikes are being unveiled in the tropical heat of Malaysia, ready for the first day of test at Sepang on Tuesday, the Aprilia CRT bikes of Aspar and Speedmaster took to a much colder track at Valencia. By the end of the first day, Randy de Puniet - who has experience of the bike, having ridden it at Jerez at the end of last year - set the fastest time, with a lap of 1'35.3, his Aspar teammate Aleix Espargaro 1.4 seconds behind de Puniet, while Speed Master's Mattia Pasini was 2.5 seconds off the pace of the Frenchman.

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Monday, January 30, 2012

Color Changing Chameleons Struggle to Adapt to New Environmental Threats

Chameleons are famous for their ability to change colors based on their surroundings or mood. But are a new wave of threats more than even they can adapt to?

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Tech Video of the Day: AT&T Customers Rave About the First Public Cell Network, 1979

video_oldcellphone.pngBack in the late 1970s in Chicago, Bell System built the first mobile phone system that could support hundreds of concurrent connections. That was a big deal compared to, for instance, New York where only a dozen or so people could use the cell network at a time. When this video was made in 1979, Bell had 1,300 customers using its mobile network, and, if you believe them, their calls were clear and the connections never, ever dropped. Maybe they don't make them like they used to.

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Make a Valentine?s Day Key Holder

If the special someone in your life doesn't go for frivolous gifts, they will surely appreciate a functional Valentine's Day gift like this adorable "love" key holder.� Over at Mod Podge Rocks!, Man Podger Walter used an unfinished, heart-shaped frame from the $1 section at Michael's as the starting point for a useful key station that will also remind you of the one you love ...

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The Week in Animal News: Smuggling Poisonous Snakes in Suitcase, Hybrid Sharks, and More

A man was caught trying to smuggle 247 live animals onto a plane. We also have hybrid sharks, scientists tickling animals, architecturally designed cat houses, and more.

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Car Buying - Tips To Assist You Get The Best Deal

While buying a car anytime if you think that the features that you need in it are missing then don't buy that car because in the future you start hating it.

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10 Breathtaking Time-Lapse Videos Showcasing Nature as You've Never Seen it Before

From Antarctica to the Canary Islands, the rapid-fire photos that make up these videos capture a truly remarkable view of the natural world.

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Sunday, January 29, 2012

?Portlandia: The Tour,? Starring SNL?s Fred Armisen, In Town At The Trocadero For Two Shows, Sunday, February 19

Fred Armisen (Saturday Night Live) and Carrie Brownstein (Wild Flag, Sleater Kinney) from IFC’s hit original comedy Portlandia are embarking on a unique limited tour bringing the romanticized and dreamy rendering of Portland, OR to life for fans across the country. They’re heading to Philadelphia for two shows in one night on Sunday, February 19 [...]

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Mattia Pasini Takes Speed Master CRT Spot Vacated By Ant West

Just hours after Ant West announced on his Facebook page that he would not be racing in MotoGP, as he was unable to find the sponsorship to fund his ride at the Speed Master team, the team issued a press release announcing West's replacement. Italian rider Mattia Pasini is to take West's place, and ride the Speed Master Team's Aprilia CRT bike in MotoGP for 2012.

Rumors had emerged earlier today that Pasini would be racing in Moto2 in 2012, with much speculation that the Italian would be riding for the Stop & Go Racing team. Those reports were based on an announcement on Pasini's Facebook fan page that he had finally signed a contract for the upcoming season, but only later did it emerge that Pasini would be racing in MotoGP rather than Moto2. Despite West's obvious ability - masked during his time at MZ by organizational problems in the team, which made it impossible to ensure a consistent setup for the bike - Pasini is a more natural fit with the Speed Master project. Pasini is highly popular in his native Italy, and having an Italian rider on an Italian bike in an Italian team is a much easier proposition to sell to Italian sponsors.

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(Relatively) Reasonably Priced Omakase?

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Aaron Hernandez is making a believer of Giants fans in his own family

FOXBORO — You would think when your nephew or brother is as successful as Aaron Hernandez is for the Patriots, you would automatically cheer for the Patriots in the Super Bowl. But then again, Hernandez did grow up right on the border of Giants and Patriots territory in Connecticut. Some thing he admitted Friday still [...]

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Marvs Wait For It Trailer


The Marvs video, Wait For It drops at the end of the month but the trailer is here now.

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Yamaha Looks East: Lin Jarvis Explains Why MotoGP Needs To Be Racing Outside Europe

MotoGP is looking eastward. As the involvement and interest from and in Asia has continued to grow in recent years, the importance of the region - beyond the historic role that Japan has played in the series, that is - to both the MotoGP series and the manufacturers has become increasingly evident. With Yamaha riders Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies visiting the region a couple of times over the winter, and Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta hinting at more races in Asia in coming years, the Asian dimension in MotoGP is set to grow in the near future.

The addition of "Semakin di Depan", the slogan used by Yamaha's subsidiary in Indonesia, to the factory Yamaha M1s back in 2010 was the first sign of change, and Honda followed suit in 2011, with the addition of the "Satu Hati" slogan, used by Honda's Indonesian subsidiary, to the factory Repsol Honda machines. Meanwhile, Yamaha's factory riders have been making marketing trips to Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and other countries in the region on a regular basis since 2008.

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