Listen to these recording everyday to expand your prosperity consciousness and begin to manifest much more money into your life. This first video contains the prosperity affirmations and the second video contains the prosperity visualizations. A few weeks of programming your mind with these ideas will effortlessly attract more abundance into your life.
Have you ever wanted to take control of your dreams? Now you can, with the science of how to lucid dream! With these simple steps, and a little practice, you’ll soon experience sleep like never before.
Professor Hans Rosling loves statistics. He loves them so much that he enlisted a team of computer techs to create the most amazing interactive picture of the life and wealth of the world over the last 200 years using using augmented reality animation.
Are the universe and its physical laws so fine-tuned that the rise of life is inevitable? Or is life a fluke, a lucky roll of cosmic dice? We look for the answer in the rise of two important components of life, dust and water. It turns out that the universe is laden with water, a byproduct of dust kicked out and spread around by supernovas and black holes.
Here is a video of an amazing experiment carried out by the brilliant Derren Brown. Using extremely subtle subliminal suggestion he is able to guide the creative ideas of two top advertising designers as they create a new campaign, supposedly from their own imaginations.
You will be shocked by the conclusion. It raises serious questions about how easily we are influenced in every area of our lives, and even makes one question the true nature of creativity and where ideas really come from.
If you are even slightly interested in the power of subliminal suggestion over the human mind, you will be fascinated by this short video.
Tonight nearly every single one of us will fall asleep and each and everyone who does so will dream. It’s an extraordinary world of pleasure and pain but why we dream is one of sciences great mysteries. It’s only now that science is beginning to reveal the bizarre complexities of this secret world. Much of what we thought we knew about dreams now appears to be wrong. This BBC documentary asks the question where do are dreams come from, what do they mean and do they have a purpose?
With more and more people becoming proficient at using image editing software like Photoshop it can be hard to tell whether what you see on the internet is real or fake. While most of the time your skepticism is probably going to serve you well, every once in a while you may be in for a bit of a shock. These 25 images you won’t believe weren’t Photoshopped will probably do just that.
Why is there something instead of nothing? In other words: Why does the universe exist (and why are we in it)? Philosopher and writer Jim Holt follows this question toward three possible answers. Or four. Or none.
Chance, risk, uncertainty, luck – call it what you will – affects every part of our lives.
And so when BBC Four commissioned our programme Tails You Win: The Science Of Chance there was a huge range of possible themes to explore, from gambling to natural disasters, extreme sports to collapsing economies, coincidences to lotteries.
We ended up touching on all of these since they all, at least to some extent, can be handled using numbers.
Can moths hear? How do sound waves move through water? How do foxes detect mice beneath the surface of snow? These are just a few of the questions posed as the filmmakers study the many ways the aural senses are used as a mode of communication throughout the animal kingdom.
Further examining the role of aural emission and reception in the lives of cicadas, tarantulas, toads, birds, and even tribal humans, Natural Genius reveals the complex systems of communication that exist across species.
In the 1960s a ground-breaking idea emerged: that freezing people soon after their death might preserve brain structures, and that in the future advanced technology and know-how might allow these frozen cadavers to be resuscitated and given extended life. Fifty years later, more than 250 people have undergone cryopreservation procedures following their passing (though contrary to what you may have heard, Walt Disney is not one of them), with a small ‘cryonics’ industry storing their bodies (or in some cases, just their heads) awaiting future salvation.
This documentary, We Will Live Again, takes a look inside “the unusual and extraordinary operations of the Cryonics Institute”, following Ben Best and Andy Zawacki, the caretakers of 99 deceased human bodies stored at below freezing temperatures in cryopreservation. It’s a strange and thought-provoking exploration of mortality, and our attempts to avoid it, well worth a watch.