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THE TULPA. and unproven theory's of consciousness. and buddhist origins

In our attempts on looking for the lesser-known or lesser trending (let's face it, if it's trending on networks its usually pop culture garbage, at least 95% of the time. and 5% worth looking into.), aspects of things we look to cover at exploratory minds, an invitation arrived to help cover a subject called 'THE TULPA' this spurned interest between myself and Jerry Woodward who certainly supports our project efforts here at the exploratory minds project. After a conversation with jerry, and looking over various info online about this, the tulpa proved to include many controversial takes on […]

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L-Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid found in the diet. It is a dietary supplement used mostly by athletic people because it is the amino acid that directly produces nitric oxide via the nitric oxide synthase enzymes. It's particularly important during periods of illness and chronic […]

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A claim that the moon is artificial and parked! (UPDATED WITH A LINK AT THE END OF THE ARTICLE)

looking through data related to the origins of earth's moon we have seen some articles titled 'who parked the moon!' and 'the moon is artificial' these articles are proposing that the moon isn't from the same material as earth's. We have seen and looked into data for and against this weird claim […]

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mRNA vaccines, asteroid missions and collaborative robots: what to watch in science in 2022 – podcast

  Daniel Merino, The Conversation and Gemma Ware, The Conversation From new mRNA vaccines to space missions and developments in robotic automation, in this episode of The Conversation Weekly we talk to three experts about some scientific advances they’re watching out for in 2022. And we speak to an […]

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Severe COVID may be caused by ‘autoantibodies’ – here is what that means

  Rebecca Aicheler, Cardiff Metropolitan University Whether or not a person with COVID-19 develops severe disease depends a lot on how their immune system reacts to the coronavirus. But scientists still don’t know why some people develop severe disease while others suffer only mild symptoms – or no […]

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A Chinese hacking competition may have given Beijing new ways to spy on the Uyghurs

  Chaminda Hewage, Cardiff Metropolitan University and Elochukwu Ukwandu, Cardiff Metropolitan University When Apple announced in a 2019 blog post that it had patched a security vulnerability in its iOS operating system, the company sought to reassure its customers. The attack that had exploited the […]

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The UK is adding fluoride to water – but what effect will it have?

  Damien Walmsley, University of Birmingham and Alexander John Morris, University of Birmingham The UK government recently announced plans to add fluoride to water to cut tooth decay. A bill is proceeding through parliament to support this. Tooth decay is a very common disease. In England, it’s the […]

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Fossil footprints prove humans populated the Americas thousands of years earlier than we thought

  Matthew Robert Bennett, Bournemouth University and Sally Christine Reynolds, Bournemouth University Our species began migrating out of Africa around 100,000 years ago. Aside from Antarctica, the Americas were the last continents humans reached, with the early pioneers crossing the now-submerged […]

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From bioweapons to super soldiers: how the UK is joining the genomic technology arms race

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  Yusef Paolo Rabiah, UCL The UK government recently announced an £800 million, taxpayer-funded Advanced Research and Invention Agency (Aria). The brainchild of the British prime minister’s former chief adviser, Dominic Cummings and modelled on the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, […]

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When we hear the word transhumanism, we usually think of modern-day technology yet the definition of transhumanism shows us that its earliest origins began in a caveman age, we were already masters of complex technology at our earliest origins. Indeed it has been found that A haul of stone blades […]

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Ashwagandha a root herb has been used to promote calm and well-being for centuries. It has a history rooted in Indian Ayurvedic medicine,in traditional herbal medicne its also refered to as rasayana, a word meaning long life, as its belived to atribute to a longer life span, similarly modern western […]

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There's a term razor In philosophy, This is is a principle or rule of thumb that allows one to eliminate or effectively shave off... that which cant be adequately explained and only assumed at best. Hitchens's razor: What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence. Hitchens's […]

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No, we haven't gone crazier, we are already crazy but we have limits. So what if the iron man suit in films like iron man and the avengers were created for real, well of course there would have to be many aspects that are not currently possible and still belong to the world of fiction. Adman savage […]

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Puffball Cream Stow with Bacon, Pork, Sage, Curry Bush and CocoCannaOil.

ALL CREDIT FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE GOES TO THOMAS KORTHOLM, HE IS ON OUR SOCIAL PAGES @ https://exploratoryminds.com/premium/u/VikingHerbalist We made a great Puffball Cream Stow, they grow in the forrest right in front of my wife's house. Last autum, we colleted a lot of different mushrooms, in […]

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As we understand physics or try to the best ways we can, after reading that MIT made a perfect mirror we cried no! impossible!. yet they do have something to claim here that is both groundbreaking and shows amazing possibility's for a discovery that could be one more variable of many in a […]

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experimental effects on binaural beats and isochronic tones

e excerpt from Wikipedia Binaural beats, or binaural tones, are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sounds, caused by specific physical stimuli. This effect was discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove and earned greater public awareness in the late 20th century based on claims coming from […]

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Robert dean (born March 2, 1929) aka bob dean Dean was a Command Sergeant Major of the US Army ,after a 28 year career he retired and become a well known name in ufology.. He has appeared on radio programs, TV documentaries and at conferences discussing the subject of UFOs and an apparent […]

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information is increasingly like a new currency



|49531042877_4aaa42ea6c_k.jpg, Mar 2020)) The UK was the first country in the world to get a covid-19 vaccine, With a lot of speculation of its safety, i would like to make sure people are somewhat more informed so they can have their minds put at rest on this, too much fear porn will get in the way […]

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body language and its seemingly endless cues and using it to your advantage as self improvement.

Body language accounts for a huge percent of nonverbal communication, but much of it is so automatic and embedded into our basic level of communication that we barely know we are expressing this larger percent of communication most of the time. many who study this aspect of human nature become far […]

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