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Neutralizing Nuclear Terror


In January 6, 2008, the Los Angeles Times ran a front-page article below the fold titled “How the U.S. seeks to avert nuclear terrorism.” Written by Ralph Vartabedian, the piece provided an unprecedented deep look into how the U.S. is organized to deal with a nuclear terrorism incident and what it would do, should a bomb be found. The scale of the effort by the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) Office of Emergency Operations (http://www. htm) is somewhat reassuring, considering the…

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Out-of-Body Experience


Have you ever had the experience of being out of your body? If it hasn’t happened to you, it’s likely that it has happened to someone you know. People from all walks of life have experienced feeling detached from their body and able to ob­serve it and their surroundings with lucidity. For many people this happens during or at the threshold of sleep, but it can also happen when highly aroused such as during a rock-climbing fall, a traffic accident or to a mother during…

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SHOULD WE BE CALLING ET? Just when some thought we were more or less alone in the universe, we find that planets like earth may be common. In fact, a new study presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Boston in February estimates that perhaps 60% of the sun-like stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way, may form rocky planets much like ours. Astronomers using NASA’s Spitzer Space telescope have detected the presence of warm dust around 309 distant stars…

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On the Consciousness Frontier with Russell Targ

By Jeane Manning

How does a laser physicist working for the CIA find his way to a spiritual awakening? Russell Targ, Ph.D., has made that journey from materialist/reductionist to psychic spy to spiritual seeker, and speaks openly about it. Targ’s psychic experiences began even before he did remote-viewing—the skill by which people envision distant places, activities, and times. The ESP work was supported by the CIA and other agencies for 20 years; governments want to use mind-to-mind connections for “defense.” Later, after a diagnosis of cancer, Targ learned…

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The Lost Symbol and I

by Michael A. Cremo

Simon Cox is an interesting man. For a long time he was a researcher for some of the leading authors in the alterna­tive history field, like Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval. More recently, he has become a best-selling author him­self. His latest book is called Decoding the Lost Symbol. It is a reader’s guide to the names and places and ideas men­tioned by Dan Brown in his latest novel, The Lost Symbol. Previously, Simon wrote a similar book called Cracking the Da Vinci Code, about…

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