Are The Earth's Magnetic Poles About To Flip?
Scientists have detected that the earth's magnetic field has been significantly weakening over the past six months. Data collated by the European Space Agency (ESA) Swarm satellite array indicates that the field has developed several weak areas over the Western Hemisphere.
Conversely, the field has strengthened in other areas such as the southern Indian Ocean, according to the magnetometers onboard the Swarm satellites.

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'Formation' Videos from Mexico, the US and Iceland
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Here, Third Millenium's Jaime Maussan gathers a number of formation videos that are difficult to explain. They are probably not flocks of geese with the motion sped up because their positions hardly vary, and the one shot over Mexico in January has an outlier flying with a formation of 7 objects that moves in exactly synch with them.

These unusual videos represent probable unknowns.
Weekender: Organic Food - Hyped or Health-Giving?
A new scientific review has made claims that organic foods are higher in nutrients and lower in pesticides compared with those grown in the now conventional method of intensive farming.
The review encompassed 343 previous peer-reviewed studies, assessing crop composition and foods, and the authors concluded that organic crops had higher levels of certain health-giving compounds known as antioxidants, including polyphenols, flavanols and anthocyanins.

"Many of these compounds have previously been linked to a reduced risk of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease and neurodegenerative diseases and certain cancers," the authors wrote.

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Malaysian Airlines Loses Another Plane In Suspicious Circumstances
Breaking news indicates that yet another Malaysian Airlines plane has been lost. Malaysia Airlines confirmed in a Tweet that it "has lost contact of MH17 from Amsterdam. The last known position was over Ukrainian airspace. More details to follow."

Later reports have now suggested that flight MH 17 was shot down and has crashed near a town in the eastern half of the country. It was carrying 280 passengers and 15 crew members, all of whom are thought to have been killed in the crash.

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Become a Stargate. Impossible? Think Again.
Wednesday July 16, 2014
Today, William Henry has an update on his Arcanum TV show on Gaiam TV and a commentary on the very real possibility of human transformation into angels and even stargates. This is the subject of William and Clare Henry's Sion Academy presentations.

William and Clare's life work involves transformation into higher levels of being, which is an ancient practice and is quite possible while living in this life, as long as you combine knowledge with right action toward this amazing goal.

Listen as William describes the amazing work of Dr. Carla Sulzbach, who has done groundbreaking research into the science and reality of transformation.

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How Does Starfire Tor Do It?
As listeners are aware, Whitley Strieber is not much of a believer in prophecy. In fact, he thinks that most of it is hype and nonsense. There are two guests on Dreamland, however, who provide accurate predictions much more often than might be expected if chance alone was in operation.

One of these is Starfire Tor, and on this week's Dreamland, she details how one of her most scientifically improbable predictions turned out to be scientifically true.

But how does she do this? What is her method? Can it be learned, or, if not, then clearly understood?

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Impossible Starfire Tor Prediction Comes True
July 18, 2014
Starfire Tor returns to Dreamland with another astonishing story: a prediction she made on the show on March 7 was revealed to be true in a scientific discovery announced on June 12.

This week, we start by playing a recording of Starfire's March 7 prediction, then we ask her how and why she was able to do this.

Starfire has been coming on Dreamland since 2006, during which time she has made many astonishing predictions that have come true, but never has there been one more improbable and startlingly accurate as this one.

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You Can Choose Your Friends But They Could Be Your Family
You can choose your friends but not your family, so the old saying goes. But do we really choose them, or are we genetically pre-disposed to connect with the people in our friendship groups?

People who like to consider their close friends as family may not be too far wrong, according to a new study from the University of California, San Diego, and Yale University. The research project discovered that friends who do not appear to be biologically related often still resemble each other genetically.

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British Company Produces "Alien" Black Material
The unseen is always mysterious, but a British company has now developed the "un-seeable", a black material that is so dense it is totally incomprehensible to the human eye.

The new record-breaking "alien" fabric is 10,000 times thinner than a human hair, and absorbs all visual light bar an infinitesimal 0.035 per cent. Looking at it is apparently akin to staring into a black hole, a total void, as our eyes are unable to discern any shape or form and therefore register it as nothing at all.

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Baseball Blast from the Past
The baseball season is half over, and I've been thinking back over my own career...as a fan. To be exact, a Yankees fan.

Being a fan is something you take with you wherever you go. I notice people wearing their beat up, much loved Yankees caps out here in California, thousands of miles from Yankee Stadium. I think that your selection of your team is in the genes: Whitley’s dad was a Yankees fan, and they used to listen to the games together on the radio. He still vividly and fondly remembers Mel Allen calling the games. He first took our son to Yankee Stadium when he was eight.

One of the standard outfits in California is shorts, a t-shirt, flipflops and a baseball cap—and a surprising number of those are Yankees caps.

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