Have you ever been listening to a song when all of a sudden, your heart skips a beat, the hairs on the backs of your arms stand up, and a piece of you feels as if it has taken flight?
Shortly after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico, killing 248, locals were stopped in their tracks by a “breathing” road.
Animals — specifically, household pets — don’t just make the world a better place, they make it a funnier one, as well.
How long do people have until our most private data is used to formally convict us of “crimes” in court?
A euthanasia propaganda film is making the rounds, spurring viral headlines to emerge such as this one from Unilad titled “Euthanasia Video Of ‘Dying Man’ So Horrific People Can’t Watch It.” The Australian film depicts the death of a Victoria man named Greg Sims, as recalled by his daughter.
60 fantastically preserved ancient shipwrecks were recently discovered at the bottom of the Black Sea, in an oxygen-free zone known as a “dead zone.” They include galleys from various ancient empires, such as the Byzantine, Roman, and Ottoman empires.
Children exposed to elevated levels of fluoride while in the mother’s womb display conspicuous decreases in IQ, Canadian scientists have now found, meaning the neurotoxin — long suspected by the skeptical as responsible for ‘dumbing down’ society, despite its widespread dissemination into public water supplies for the supposed sake of all our teeth and bones — really might not be as innocuous as officials insist.
Over the past Century of scientific study of the brain, it was discovered that mammalian brains produce a type of faint light, known as “biophotons.” First observed in rats, the biophotons appear within the visible spectrum very faintly, ranging from near-infrared to the violet end of the spectrum (between 200 and 1,300 nanometers.) To this day, scientists don’t know what they do, and that touches on the reality that science itself is never going to be the one, overarching way of analysis that is going to provide us with the answers to the nature of our existence.
How far would you go to share an important message with the world? Artist Sean Yoro is willing to go to some extreme lengths, and recently proved this when he painted a 30-foot x 45-foot mural in the Canadian Bay of Fundy.
Why are we all addicted to something? Why do human beings in our culture have this nagging, constant insatiability?
St. Louis erupted into protest again Sunday evening, as law enforcement arrested at least 80 people — kettling protesters and agitators together with journalists, live-streamers, and legal observers — then proceeded to torture the detainees by targeting them repeatedly, unprovoked, with pepper spray.
Did you know that your vaccines were made by a corporation whose president led the US’ biological warfare program?
To be handed an arbitrary citation is one thing, but to have your cash simply snatched by an officer of the law is especially egregious.
In a breathtakingly decisive move against fossil fuels, a Chinese official told an audience attending an auto conference in Tianjin that “production and sales of traditional energy vehicles” — as in, those powered by gasoline and diesel — will soon be banned.
While snorkeling off the coast of an island south of Borneo, in Indonesia, wildlife photographer Justin Hofman captured an image that perfectly portrays the destruction mankind is wreaking on the environment.
For ten years during the Vietnam War, the United States used a toxic concoction of two herbicides, labeled ‘Agent Orange,’ to wipe out large areas of Vietnam which were covered by thick jungle.
Adopting a pet in California may soon assist in curbing an astronomical explosion in stray and feral animals, if Governor Jerry Brown signs unprecedented legislation banning the state’s pet stores from sales of cats, dogs, and rabbits not originating from a shelter or rescue organization.
The inaugural ‘Lost Lands Music Festival‘ is coming fast. Are you ready? The media wing of the festival has graciously allowed The Mind Unleashed team the chance to do press coverage for the ‘soon-to-be-annual’ bass heavy electronic festival.
“Good political institutions are those that make it as easy as possible to detect whether a ruler or policy is a mistake, and to remove rulers or policies without violence when they are.” ~David Deutsch Sadly, for us, we do not live within a healthy political institution.
Precisely how much dough can be had as a badge-and-gun-wielding government enforcer of laws can best be explained in the head-scratching case of a local school safety cop in New York, who hauled in a stark $442,000 — just under two and a half times that of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s $179,000 — as well as by the fact that, across the United States, the aforementioned, now-retired officer wasn’t an exception.