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How healing is meant to be simple with “The Emotion Code”

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The Emotion Code is a book by renowned holistic physician and lecturer Dr. Bradley Nelson, in which he skillfully lays bare the inner workings of the subconscious mind. He reveals how emotionally-charged events from your past can still be haunting you in the form of “trapped emotions”; emotional energies that literally inhabit your body. Dr. Nelson explains clearly and concisely how trapped emotions can create pain, malfunction and eventual disease. In addition, trapped emotions can exert a dramatic eff ect on how you think and on the choices that you make. He bases his healing methods on an eclectic union…

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Donald Trump: Dictators shouldn’t underestimate America

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US President Donald Trump has warned that "no dictator, no regime" should underestimate the US. His words came as he spoke to US and Japanese service personnel at the Yokota Air Base near Tokyo, at the beginning of his Asian tour. He told the crowd: "No one, no dictator, no regime... should underestimate American resolve. "Every once in a while in the past, they underestimated us and it was not pleasant for them, was it? "We will never yield, never waiver and never falter in defence of our people, our freedom and our great American flag." Mr Trump's tour of…

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The blob that ate the tokamak: Physicists gain understanding of bubbles at edge of plasmas

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Scientists have completed new simulations that could provide insight into how blobs at the plasma edge behave. The simulations performed kinetic simulations of two different regions of the plasma edge simultaneously. To fuse hydrogen atoms into helium, doughnut-shaped devices called tokamaks must maintain the heat of the ultrahot plasma they control. But like boiling water, plasma has blobs, or bubbles, that percolate within the plasma edge, reducing the performance of the plasma by taking away heat that sustains the fusion reactions. Now, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have completed new simulations that…

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EXCLUSIVE: US Air Force Preparing to Put Nuclear Bombers Back on 24-Hour Alert

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The US Air Force is preparing to put nuclear-armed bombers back on 24-hour ready alert, a status not seen since the Cold War ended in 1991. Amid rising tensions with North Korea and a resurgent Putin-led Russia, General David Goldfein said the strategic bomber force will be ready at a day's notice for the first time in 26 years.  “This is yet one more step in ensuring that we’re prepared.” The US Air Force chief of staff stated. It is understood the decision has not yet been made, but the high command is preparing for the eventuality that the order…

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African elephants amazing sense of smell could save lives

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For 27 years Angola was gripped by civil war. Half a million human lives were lost and wildlife, too, was decimated to sustain troops. Rhino and elephants became valuable targets – rhino horn and ivory served as currency for arms among rebel forces. During the conflict elephant populations fled across the border into Botswana, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. When the war ended in 2002 animal populations slowly started to return to their pre-conflict grazing grounds. But a huge problem remained: millions of landmines were still in situ and undetonated across Angola. Many elephants were killed and…

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Did Donald Trump just spout fake news about Ireland’s corporate tax?

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US president Donald Trump has described much of the negative media coverage of his administration as fake news but could be accused of the same thing after claiming on Monday that Ireland was planning to reduce its corporation tax rate to just 8 per cent from the current 12.5 per cent. But since yesterday, it seems that the US president is being quite economical with the truth about Ireland’s corporate tax rate. Trump made the bizarre claim that Ireland was planning to reduce its corporate tax rate from 12.5pc to just 8pc. In an (unscheduled) speech in the White House’s Rose Garden,…

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Uganda news: MPs trade hot blows during a parliamentary session

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In Uganda news today, a parliamentary session in the little east African country (Uganda), turned into Armageddon when parliamentarians decided to quench their anger on each other last Tuesday. The ugly brawl in the Chamber happened during the controversial presidential age limit debate. Chaos started shortly after as Makindye West MP Allan Ssewanyana alleged that guns had been smuggled into the Chamber, with the opposition members pointing a finger at Mukono County North MP and Water minister Ronald Kibuule. Parliamentarians hurled chairs at each other and swung microphone stands like swords. Men were torn from the room by their blazers…

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Christopher Columbus discovered America 500 years late

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500 years before Christopher Columbus set foot on the Americas, Icelandic explorer, Leif Erikson had reached in modern day Newfoundland in Canada. Leif Erikson was a Norse explorer from Iceland, and the first known European to have discovered continental North America (excluding Greenland). Life of Leif Erikson In old Norse, he’s Leifr Eiriksson, in Icelandic he’s Leifur  Eiriksson, in Norwegian he’s Leiv Eiriksson. Leif is from Norwegian blood, but born in Iceland (around 970 CE). He was the second of three sons of Erik the Red who was the founder of the first Norse settlement in Greenland and Thjodhild. Both…

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Trump problems escallate as London mayor says Britain shouldn’t host Trump

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Trump problems increase every other day, with now the London Mayor Sadiq Khan saying on Sunday that it would be wrong for Britain to host US President Donald Trump on a state visit, describing some of the US leader's views on Islam as "ignorant". Trump has criticized Khan, accusing the mayor of making a "pathetic excuse" over his statement urging Londoners not to be alarmed by the presence of additional police on the streets in response to an attack in June. Appearing on Channel 4 News on Monday evening, Khan said Trump was wrong about “many things” and that his…

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Right whale skeleton, DNA headed to Canada’s largest museum

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Whale skeleton Scientists at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto are hoping that some good can come from three dead North Atlantic right whale skeletons, towed to a beach on P.E.I. this summer. DNA samples from the whales are now in a research lab at the ROM and bones from one of the whales are being prepared to become part of the museum's collection. The ROM approached Fisheries and Oceans Canada when it heard the three dead right whales were being brought to shore. A crew from the museum and from Research Castings International (RCI) then raced to the whale…

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