HiQuakes, and Treading Lightly

 

For me to talk about the HiQuake Database sounds boringly dry, but its focus is something of such importance to the survival of Earth  that everyone should know of it. It is a catalogue of harm.

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Gene Editing and the Future for Souls

Gene editing for achieving designer babies and for the elimination of disabling hereditary conditions has been talked of for years, but has become more of a reality with the announcement of a successful scientific experiment in gene correction. The implications give much food for thought.

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The Brightest Light

Light is the key to the truth. The brighter the light, the greater the truth, and the brightest light illuminates the secrets of Spirit. Light is fundamental to our human well-being and to our future as souls.

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Air Pollution and Planetary Karma

 

It was startling to learn today from the World Health Organisation that air pollution now is one of the most pernicious threats to global public health, with only one person in 10 living in a pollution level considered to be safe.

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Vitamin D and the Power of the Sun

 

Despite being mid-February, the early morning sun today is strong, illuminating the gold of the witch hazel blossom and the grey-blue of the waters of the Wye. In response to his call, the birds sing loudly in celebration of the light and of life, while frogs and newts begin their annual courtship dances in their ponds.

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The Mystery of our Expanding Universe

 

Our cosmic world continues to surprise us. New research indicates that the Universe is expanding much faster than previous data indicated, astonishing astronomers and raising new questions that, for now, are unanswerable.

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Space Debris Equals Human Debris

Researchers are highlighting the impact of space debris on Earth in an important reminder of a serious hidden danger.

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The Future of Humanity

Last night, on the evening news, I saw a large driverless lorry filmed in America speeding along a major highway transporting beer from one city to another. It made me think – hard.

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Lessons from Mercury

Mercury ceases his retrograde movement on Thursday. His lessons, this time, have been very hard, clearing the way emphatically for the great new cycle that is on its way for all of us.

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