In the mid-1960s, with the countercultural threat of recreational drug use among teens and twenty-somethings on the rise, governmental agencies began to create little educational “scare” films about a variety of drugs. Here’s one of the strangest, often called “The Reefer Madness of LSD”.
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The intro to the sci-fi movie Contact (1997) takes us on a magnificent, beautiful journey through the Universe.
The opening scene is a three-minute computer-generated sequence, beginning with a view of Earth from high in the exosphere and listening in on numerous radio waves of modern programming emitting from the planet. The camera then starts pulling out, passing the Moon, Mars, and other features of the solar system, then to the Oort cloud, interstellar space, the Local Bubble, the Milky Way, other galaxies of the Local Group, and eventually into deep space.
As this occurs, the radio signals start to drop out and reflect older programming, representing the distance these signals would have traveled at the speed of light, eventually becoming silent as the distance becomes much greater. The sequence eventually resolves into the iris of young Ellie’s eye as she is listening on her amateur radio set.
VICE’s Ryan Duffy went to Colombia to check out a strange and powerful drug called Scopolamine, also known as “The Devil’s Breath.” It’s a substance so intense that it renders a person incapable of exercising free will. The first few days in the country were a harrowing montage of freaked-out dealers and unimaginable horror stories about Scopolamine. After meeting only a few people with firsthand experience, the story took a far darker turn than we ever could have imagined.
In 2007, Cynthia Stafford was a single mom when she won $112 million from a California lottery. And she did it with visualization. She wrote the figure “$112 million” constantly, slept with the number under her pillow for weeks, meditated on it, and imagined how excited she would be once the money finally came into her life. After four months of obsessive focus she stopped and let go. “Once you’re in the flow of the energy,” she says, “it’s going to happen.” And it did. In May 2007, Stafford won $112 million in California’s Mega Millions lottery.
The right kind of salt can remineralize our bodies, assist with alkalization and help us lose weight, sleep better, improve skin tone and digestive and nervous system health. There is nothing wrong with good quality salt and it is a myth that it raises blood pressure. Find out why!
Documentary filmmaker Robert Kenner examines how mammoth corporations have taken over all aspects of the food chain in the United States, from the farms where our food is grown to the chain restaurants and supermarkets where it’s sold.
As part of a U.S. government experiment in the late 1950s this artist was given a dose of LSD and asked to draw a portrait of the medic at various intervals during his acid trip. Watch the results here…
A quick guide to Nootropics, also called smart drugs, memory enhancers, neuro enhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers — drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals, and functional foods that improve one or more aspects of mental function.
According to some reports, Nootropics are the expensive reason why successful people can accomplish so much and the rest of us losers can barely get out of bed in the morning.
This animated translation of Leonard E. Read’s 1958 story, I, Pencil, traces the family tree of a pencil and explores the unexpected ways we are all connected by the marketplace. Through voluntary cooperation and trade, we benefit from the know-how of individuals across the globe with increased knowledge and greater well-being.
A documentary by British television producer Martin Durkin, originally broadcast March 8, 2007, which argues against the virtually unchallenged consensus that global warming is man-made. A statement from the makers of this film asserts that the scientific theory of anthropogenic global warming could very well be “the biggest scam of modern times.”