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Christiaan Huygens, The Discoverer of Titan by Fotopoulou Sophia

Christiaan Huygens

The NASA/ESA/ASI Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn is named after the Dutch scientist Christiaan Huygens, who discovered Titan in 1655.

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Dreams by Liz Heart

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Dreams touch every level of our life. They may let us glimpse the future, or give suggestions for healing, or share insights into our relationships. Above all, they can and will steer us more directly toward God.

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Dreams are windows into worlds beyond the ordinary. Some people have dreams that give them guidance about the smallest details of their daily life along with profound spiritual insights. Others experience unconditional and transforming love in their dreams. Through history, humanity has tried to understand the meaning of dreams. Philosophers, mystics, and scientists, all…

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Electronic Mind Control by Mark Bond

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Tense nervous headache? Always run down and irritable? Not feeling yourself? Well maybe that 's because you are not yourself, rather, you are being controlled from somewhere else by someone or something else.

A few years ago the BBC program Tomorrow's World featured a man whose Parkinson's Disease symptoms could be controlled by pressing a switch on a handset which in turn operated a tiny device implanted into his brain. No more shaking, no more tears. This is the friendly, caring side of neural implants, but many people believe that dark forces are at work, trying to…

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First soybeans grown in space return to Earth by Nick Costis

First soybeans grown in space return to Earth

DuPont research demonstrates future benefits in crop production

In unprecedented space research, DuPont scientists have attained a significant scientific accomplishment regarding the future development of soybeans ? one of the most consumed crops in the world today.

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