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Issue 355 In This Issue November 23rd, 2013

Editors Corner

Have you ever heard scientists, computer engineers, computer programmers or others talk about how robots may one day be, if they aren't already, better then humans at most, if not everything that humans can do? Well here's something they can't do and most likely won't be able to do any time soon; Grow Neurons into the Future. Click here

Maybe this is one of many reasons to study the mysterious organ that is our brain and learn more about what it can really do. While there may be people studying, or interested in the human brain, apparently there aren't very many teenage girls interested in this subject. 16 year old Grace Greenwald wants to change this. Click here

Our brains and bodies are wonderful things but if something is not working correctly, or at all, we aren't always able to fix it easily. That's where technology can, at least to some degree, step in. Click here

Sadly, technology is not always used for good when it comes to our bodies and that of other living things. Click here

And sometimes technology can seem to be meant for good but when something goes wrong it can have horrible, long lasting and far reaching consequences. Click here

But even with all that, it can still bring us beautiful pictures, click here, wonderful videos, click here, and interesting new possibilities, click here.

On a different subject, thanksgiving is right around the corner. Have you ever tried smoked turkey? Every year, my family smokes a turkey or two and I personally think that it tastes a lot better then baked turkey. In this newsletter we present a simple, cheap and easy-to-make cold smoker that could make a nice addition or change to your thanksgiving. It may not be good enough to smoke an entire turkey at once, but it's a start. Click here

While we're on the subject of food, do you have a garden? If you do, Epsom salt may be able to help it grow bigger and better. As the article says, "It has long been considered a planter's "secret" ingredient to a lovely, lush garden" Click here

Well, that's about it from me for now. Enjoy this newsletter and have a wonderful thanksgiving. See you next week.

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How Do We Grow New Neurons into the Future and the Unknown?
New Excerpt adapted from the new book of Ramtha’s teachings, The Mind Gladiators of the Future
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“Your brain is already downloaded with the mind of God, depending upon levels of consciousness that it functions through. It is as complex as all of the stars that shine, all of the galaxies, all of the universes that hang in the Void. It has all that information. The brain is the greatest supercomputer ever built because it was built by God.”

Your journey was to learn many, many spiritual concepts to garner the best of civilizations — science — and to help support these concepts that can so easily be forgotten or washed into the dregs of religion, good or bad, right or wrong and punishment, and all that rules the day. We can lift our Spirit out with new ideas, the radical idea of inwardly changing ourselves. Now you have the science to actually fundamentally do that. It was always there but you needed someone bigger than me, better than me, to tell you that what you think you create, which is now coming to the surface in science everywhere.

You can rely on that now. It is not arbitrary any longer. It’s not whether you like me one week and don’t like me the next, and throw out everything I said and keep a few things. You know, it is not arbitrary. You reached a level that scientifically says you have the capacity to cure alcoholism, depression. You have the ability to heal yourself, to grow younger, to reverse in yourself catastrophic damages. You have the ability to grow brand new neurons with a new thought simply by walking. You don’t have to run, all you have to do is walk.

Neurogenesis takes place in a walk in focused thought. When you are doing something, you are having a thought and you are firing them together. Now we are getting new concepts. That’s what makes the brain young. You know through science that you have it in you, you have the capacity to generate new neuroactivity. Could you generate the next step — that science hasn’t yet confirmed but will — when I say to you that the mind of God is already downloaded in your brain? You already have neurons that don’t have any other history than being joyful. History simply means they were created to have this information. These neurons don’t have any other history than the capacity of saying these words, coming together and downloading information from that knowledge. We have proven to you that you have a midbrain that is psychic. Look at the walls in the Great Hall with your remote-views, in case you forgot.

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Celebration & Silent Auction
Here is what we accomplished
Rainier Vail Neighborhood Group (RVNG)

Our total bills for attorneys, Thurston County and expert witnesses for the Appeal & Hearing was $65,000.

Over the past months we have received many donations from numerous generous donors.

The Celebration/Auction brought in - $14,000
Minus expenses the resulting profit was - $12,000

The bottom line is that we now owe - $9,500!!!
We broke the $10,000 mark!!!

Hooray to all!!! We can do this.

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In The News

RFID Mascot Begins Nationwide Tour To Help Alleviate Children’s Fears Of Implantation
In an effort to separate myth from truth regarding the federally mandated Obamacare RFID chip implantation program, a public awareness campaign has been launched to tour in a number of public schools across our nation. The operation features a jovial animated mascot, a cartoon RFID chip named “Chippie”. They use the character to demonstrate to their young audience the benefits of having the RFID implanted under your skin. After a whimsical 30 minute cartoon following Chippie during one of his many adventures, there is a puppet show where children are encouraged to ask Chippie any questions they may have relating to the RFID chip or the implantation process. Each child leaves the exhibition with a “Chippie” stuffed doll, coloring book and several informative pamphlets for their parents to read that may assuage any lingering fears to their children receiving the device.

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ABC NEWS - West Coast Evacuation Due To Fukishima Radiation Possible

Amazing Discovery Of 29 Ancient Gold Men Unearthed In Sweden
Archaeologists in Sweden have made an astounding discovery unearthing 29 ancient figurines of gold men ("guldgubbar") dating back to the Iron Age. Working in great secrecy, archaeologists made this sensational find in Blekinge at West Vång peasant village northeast of Ronneby, located in southern Sweden. "We have been very afraid of looting and carefully made sure to secure this location with metal detection rings," says Mikael Henriksson, archeologist at Blekinge Museum to the Swedish newspaper Sydnytt. No fewer than 29 anthropomorphic gold foils, gold men so-called "guldgubbar" have been discovered at the site. This is the third largest find of gold men to have been made in Sweden to date. One hundred similar figurines were discovered about 10-15 years ago at the Uppåkra site outside of Lund, and the in 1980s, some 60 were stumbled upon in Slöinge, Halland. They are made from a thin gold foil and they depict figures of men and women.

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In Middle Ages, Societies Surprisingly Responsive To Natural Disasters
Our vision of medieval times is a world of violence and filth, when life, as Thomas Hobbes wrote, was “nasty, brutish, and short.” Imagine the chaos in that world when a natural disaster like an earthquake, a flood or famine struck. But, according to two British scientists, the societies between 1,000 and 1,500 A.D. were better organized than most people think, and actually employed some of the same techniques used today to survive or mitigate disasters, even if they didn’t always understand the causes. Where we have the Red Cross and the United Nations to swoop into disaster zones, as some international organizations are doing now in the Philippines, societies of the Middle Ages relied on local governments, organizations, and charities to do much of the same, according to David Petley, a geographer, and Chris Gerrard, an archaeologist at Durham University in England.   In a paper published in the journal Natural Hazards, the researchers point out that the 500-year period of the Middle Ages was the time when modern societies began to emerge. The period also had to endure one calamity after another.

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London homes to be heated by the Tube
A pioneering new deal announced today will capture waste heat from London Underground tunnels and an electrical substation to help warm homes and cut energy bills. The project – the first of its kind in Europe – is a partnership between Islington Council, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, UK Power Networks and Transport for London. The scheme will be run through Islington Council’s innovative Bunhill Heat and Power heat network, which already supplies more than 700 homes in Islington with greener heating and is set to reduce the costs of heating for local people. Under the new project the network will be expanded to capture and utilise two local sources of waste heat, one from a London Underground ventilation shaft and the other from a sub-station owned and operated by UK Power Networks. The expansion will also see at least a further 500 homes connected to Islington’s heat network. London Underground generates large amounts of heat, which will be captured from a nearby Northern Line vent and piped into the heat network which warms local homes.

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Bitcoin skyrockets to $900 amid Senate scrutiny


Major Security FLAW in Google+ can Shutdown your Youtube page instantly with no strikes, no appeal

A Bridge Connecting Our Universes
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman

Technology Watch

'Smart Glasses' Could Help Blind People Navigate
A pair of "smart glasses" might help blind people navigate an unfamiliar environment by recognizing objects or translating signs into speech, scientists say. The majority of registered blind people have some residual ability to perceive light and motion. But assistive technologies for the visually impaired have been limited. Now, researchers from Oxford University in England are developing a set of sophisticated glasses that use cameras and software to detect objects and display them on the lenses of glasses. The team recently won an award from the Royal Society to continue this work. "This is the beginning of a golden age for computer vision," study researcher Stephen Hicks said in a statement. "The Royal Society's Brian Mercer Innovation award will allow us to incorporate this research into our glasses to help sight-impaired people deal with everyday situations much more easily."

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Big Brother: Streetlights That Watch and Listen
They look like ordinary streetlights, shining down on Las Vegas sidewalks after the sun has set. But Sin City's new streetlights have a few special capabilities that have civil libertarians up in arms. The city is installing Intellistreets, a brand of street lighting that is capable of recording video and audio of pedestrians and motorists. What happens in Vegas, it seems, no longer stays in Vegas. "We want to develop more than just the street lighting component. We want to develop an experience for the people who come downtown," Neil Rohleder of the Public Works Department told NBC News affiliate KSNV. The lamps are equipped with large video monitors that display ads or other messages, and speakers that broadcast music or voice messages. But people like civil liberties advocate Daphne Lee have concerns that Big Brother is watching — and recording. "This technology is taking us to a place where you'll essentially be monitored from the moment you leave your home until the moment you get home," Lee told KSNV.

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How Do You Get Girls To Study the Brain? Ask This 16-Year-Old
16-year-old Grace Greenwald of Denver is not just interested in science. She’s interested in neuroscience, the scientific study of all aspects of the nervous system, and she wants to get other girls interested too. She’s created a website, The Synapse Project, whose goal is to encourage young women to “enter the field of neuroscience through information and mentorship.” “Just as a ‘synapse’ is the junction between two nerve cells,” so Greenwald says she created her site “to serve as a junction between esteemed neuroscience leaders and young women who aspire to join the exciting community of researchers, doctors and policy advisors who are passionate about the brain.” The Synapse Project contains profiles of neurologists including Helen Mayberg, who has studied the neurology of depression and disease pathology, and Amishi Jah has a lab in Miami that does research on mindfulness.

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November 26th @ 6:30pm: doTerra Essential Oil Class
This class will be held at the Mee-Sha-Leen’s Gift Shop 207 Binghamton St, Rainier, 98576
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Gardening with Epsom Salt

Epsom salt has become a popular and well-reputed supplement in organic gardening. With the recent push towards “green” living, Epsom salt is an ideal answer to a variety of organic gardening needs. Both cost effective and gentle on your greenery, Epsom salt is an affordable and green treatment for your well-tended plants—both indoors and out. Completely one-of-a-kind with a chemical structure unlike any other, Epsom salt (or Magnesium Sulfate) is one of the most economic and versatile salt-like substances in the world. Throughout time, Epsom salt has been known as a wonderful garden supplement, helping to create lush grass, full roses, and healthy, vibrant greenery. It has long been considered a planter’s “secret” ingredient to a lovely, lush garden, and is such a simple, affordable way to have a dramatic impact.

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Something Worth Knowing

Frequently Asked Questions - Equivalence of China’s Poultry Processing System
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has announced that China is eligible to export processed, cooked chicken to the United States. The United States is not importing any raw chicken from China. FSIS has determined that China’s poultry processing inspection system is equivalent to that of the United States, and cooked chicken imported from China would be processed under equivalent conditions as in the United States. As always, FSIS is fully committed to protecting the nation’s food supply and if China begins exporting processed chicken products to the United States, all food safety steps will be taken as if the products were processed in the United States.

How does FSIS determine if a country is eligible to export product to the United States?
As a regulatory agency, FSIS has a legal obligation, as dictated by Congress, to audit any foreign country interested in exporting meat, poultry, or processed egg product to the United States. FSIS maintains a robust, three-part system for both establishing equivalence and ensuring countries continue to meet equivalent standards to those of the United States.

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Consumer Watchdog Demands Top Toxics Regulator Immediately Stop Boeing’s Illegal Disposal of Radioactive Waste, Including Plutonium, from Nuclear Site or Face Legal Action
SANTA MONICA, CA –State regulators at the troubled Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) and the Department of Public Health (DPH) are quietly allowing Boeing to demolish all of its radioactively-contaminated structures at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) site in Simi Valley and dispose of the debris at sites that are not licensed to receive radioactive waste, Consumer Watchdog has uncovered. Exposure to radioactive waste can cause cancer and genetic mutations. Structures torn down in recent months have been recycled into the commercial metal, asphalt, and concrete supply and could wind up in consumer products like zippers, and in building girders or roads. Consumer Watchdog today called on the DTSC and DPH to immediately block the demolition of the plutonium fuel fabrication building, and disposal of any of the debris, which could start as early as this week. Four other groups joined in the call: The Center on Race, Poverty, & the Environment, Committee to Bridge the Gap, Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles, and the Southern California Federation of Scientists.

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Gummy Bears, Pharmaceutical Drugs And Vaccines Made Out Of People
That is a really crazy headline, right?  Unfortunately, it is not a joke.  Right now, gelatin made with human DNA fragments is already being used in pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines, and scientists believe that recent breakthroughs will soon make it economically feasible to use such gelatin in consumer products such as gummy bears and marshmallows on a massive scale.  So are you ready for gummy bears made out of people?  They are coming.  And this is just the tip of the iceberg.  As you will read about below, scientists have also combined human DNA with mice, rabbits, goats, pigs, sheep and cows.  We have arrived at a time in human history when advances in technology have opened the door to a lot of things that were once considered to be impossible, and scientists are having a field day.  But in the end, where will all of this technology end up taking us? Most people would never even imagine that the gummy bears that they are eating could potentially contain human DNA.

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Heating your home office for 8 pence (15 cents) a day

Simple Cold Smoker
Follow charcuterie master Geoff Hausmann's 10-step guide for building your own cold smoker with a simple set of supplies.

Earth Watch

Are Ocean Conditions Ripe for a Jellyfish Takeover?
In 2000, a bloom of sea tomato jellyfish in Australia was so enormous — it stretched for more than 1,000 miles from north to south — that it was even visible from space. It was certainly a bloom that Australian jellyfish researcher Lisa-ann Gershwin won't forget. While most blooms are not quite that big, Gershwin's survey of research on jellyfish from the last few decades indicate that populations are most likely on the rise, and that this boom is taking place in an ocean that is faced with overfishing, acid rain, nutrient pollution from fertilizers and climate change, among other problems. There have been many reports about jellyfish numbers increasing in the past few years; some researchers think it is part of a larger trend, while others say it may be just a numerical fluke. Most agree, however, that more data is needed before coming to a definitive conclusion. Gershwin, a research scientist with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation who specializes in jellyfish, recently wrote about her findings in a book called "Stung! On Jellyfish Blooms and the Future of the Ocean" (University Of Chicago Press, 2013).

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On The Lighter Side

Stunning Portraits Of The World’s Remotest Tribes Before They Pass Away (46 pics)



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9-Year-Old Girl Sings Opera on Holland’s Got Talent

Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

“Yelm in the Spotlight” is on YouTube now!!!
Michael & Jayne did a phenomenal job on the first Triad video! airing on Channel 22 and on YouTube!  Yelm City Limits here we come!  On YouTube: Click here Featured in October’s video are Yes on I-522, Mary Hall, documentaries we have shown at the theater such as The Source Family, upcoming November previews, and our very own Mind Mason, Michael Apau! Watch us on Channel 22!  November 22nd at 6:30pm – November 27th at 7:30pm – November 29th at 6:30pm!  Let us know what you think!

November 1st: Powerful Women in History series with Miceal: Cleopatra!  Postponed…new date December 20th Christmas toddy celebration.  

November 23rd @ 6pm: Holographic Workshop #2 hosted by Scott Mowry “Breaking Free from the Matrix of Illusion” continued
New time 6pm!  Gain a deeper understanding of the matrix of our holographic reality!  Delve deeper into the ancient healing art of Ho’oponopono…work with powerful tools from the “Busting Loose from the Money Game”…learn how to transcend your fears to live an entirely new life!

November 26th @ 6pm: Jayne in Vegas! Not to be missed!
Feast, wine, conversation, and music! From bands, to prison, to post club days! $80 per person, includes feast and VIP seating for the music jam! $10 for after feast music jam.  Special guest appearances…reunions...not to be missed event!

November 28th  Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at the Triad!

December 3rd Miracles & Inspiration Meetup Night: The Real Story of Christmas
With Scott’s perspective on news and updates.  $10 suggested donation

December 7th Christmas Sing-a-Long in Yelmshire
With locals Cindy Schorno and Bob Corl, etc. performing favorite carols.

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Phoenix Rising First Annual Holiday Fair

Help start a new tradition! Join us for the first annual Phoenix Rising Holiday Fair and enjoy Christmas cookies, candle making, student performances, hot cocoa, mulled wine, roasted chestnuts, fun and games, a visit from Santa and more.

When: Saturday, December 14th from 12:00 to 4:00
Where: The Phoenix Rising School, 13411 Cedar Grove Ln., Rainier WA
Who: This is a community event.
Cost: Tickets are $1.00 and each activity = 1 ticket. Anyone who signs up for our monthly giving program at $10.00 per month or more will automatically receive 10 tickets.

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