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NEW HAVEN, CT—In a startling discovery that sheds new light on the woman Christians revere as the mother of their Lord and Savior, researchers at Yale Divinity School announced Monday that the Blessed Virgin Mary was in fact God’s second choice to bear His only son.
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Time travel confirmed for One Atom experimentally. What Next? A mind blowing result

https://cosmosmagazine.com/physical-sciences/time-travel-and-single-atom
In the life of a single atom, present actions appear to affect past events.
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The Feynman Lectures on Physics, The Most Popular Physics Book Ever Written, Now Completely Online
Online edition of The Feynman Lectures on Physics.
Web: http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/ 
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Physics before 1920

It is a little difficult to begin at once with the present view, so we shall first see how things looked in about 1920 and then take a few things out of that picture. Before 1920, our world picture was something like this: The “stage” on which the universe goes is the three-dimensional space of geometry, as described by Euclid, and things change in a medium called time. The elements on the stage are particles, for example the atoms, which have some properties. First, the property of inertia: if a particle is moving it keeps on going in the same direction unless forces act upon it. The second element, then, is forces, which were then thought to be of two varieties: First, an enormously complicated, detailed kind of interaction force which held the various atoms in different combinations in a complicated way, which determined whether salt would dissolve faster or slower when we raise the temperature. The other force that was known was a long-range interaction a smooth and quiet attraction which varied inversely as the square of the distance, and was called gravitation. This law was known and was very simple. Why things remain in motion when they are moving, or why there is a law of gravitation was, of course, not known.
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Anyone gonna try a beer mile this weekend?
Sports reporter thinks she can run a beer mile after never running a regular one in 4 years. I think you know what happens next.
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The same quirk of general relativity that means your head ages faster than your feet may mean we have to go to space to see large-scale quantum mechanics in action
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Propaganda, folks.  They use it on us.
I decided to contact them, pretending to be an employee of a GOP candidate running for office. This was their response...
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The concept of feeling complete where you are while simultaneously reaching toward a fuller expression of a yoga pose, relationship, career, etc. is called purna, 
Sanskrit for “fullness.” @COBY KOZLOWSKI
Try this 10-, 20-, or 30-minute yoga sequence to find deeper personal fulfillment in everyday life.
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The Pentagon’s new thick book of instructions for waging war the legal way says that terrorists also can be journalists.
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We are born happy and we are meant to stay happy because it is our birthright. Happiness is never permanently experienced in temporary objects but we can enjoy the coming and going of material objects and still retain our happiness if we realize the source of our happiness is always within.
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When you look for shapes in the clouds, you’ll often find things you see every day: Dogs, people, cars. It turns out that artificial “brains” do the same thing. Google calls this phenomenon “Inceptionism,” and it’s a shocking look into how advanced artificial neural networks really are.
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Our own mind can be our best friend or the worst foe depending on how we use it, and that's a choice. 

People only wish each other happy weekends. not happy weeks, as if only the ends had any meaning ! And how we talk of Monday morning blues !

These reflections may interest you. 

^ Smart work is better than just hard work, but wise work is the best.

^ Money is not evil in itself, it is greed for money that turns it evil, and it is working only for money that turns it into stress. 

^ There is a Zen aphorism : Before enlightenment, break stones and fetch water. After enlightenment, break stones and fetch water. So what does enlightenment change ? The perception, the attitude. And that changes the work from drudgery to excellence, to joy,  to worship. 

^ When you can enjoy activity and leisure alike, that's when you become Jeevan Mukta - Free while Living. And for that to happen, as my Master says, we must be 'Calmly Active & Actively Calm' - that's when work cannot become stress nor can peace or calmness degrade into laziness or indolence.

BANISH SLAVERY TO WEEKENDS, ENJOY WORK TOO ! 
IT IS NOT WORK THAT TIRES OR STRESSES US, BUT IT IS OUR EGOISTIC ATTITUDE TO IT !

Read it all in my new post on LinkedIn and kindly add value by putting your comments there : 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/happy-monday-every-week-hans-dholakia
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YOGA CLASS: This heat-building, detoxing flow practice from Baron Baptiste weaves strong standing poses, twists + arm balances.
This heat-building, detoxing flow practice from Baron Baptiste weaves strong standing poses, twists, and arm balances to make you feel alive!
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