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I am an artist and writer at heart...I enjoy all types of art, whether good or bad! I love Bob Marley, The Beatles, KoRn, HellYeah, Metal, Rock, Reggae, Classical...it's all art! I am also a Registered Nurse with many years of experience in all healthcare settings. I have seen many births and many deaths...I have also seen everything in between! I truly am a family man first...adoring every moment with my beautiful wife and children...secondly, I am, an artist, conversationalist, Marine Corps veteran of Desert Storm, and genuinely interested in helping advance the human race if even in the smallest way. We have to change in order to evolve. Our planet cannot sustain us at our current level of ignorance and total lack of empathy. Knowledge is power...and freedom! "One Love" ~Bob Marley~

More Than 100 Health Workers Fighting Ebola Have Contracted It Themselves

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Source: End Of The American Dream, by Michael Snyder

Something is different this time.  This is the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history, and this particular strain appears to be spreading much more easily than others have.  So far, 1,323 people have been infected in the nations of Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone.  Of those 1,323 victims, a whopping 729 of them have died.  But a number that is even more alarming was buried in the middle of a Reuters report on Friday.  According to Reuters, “more than 100 health workers” that have been fighting Ebola in Africa have contracted the virus themselves.  Considering the extraordinary measures that these health workers take to keep from getting the disease, that is quite chilling.  We are not just talking about one or two “accidents”.  We are talking about more than 100 of them getting sick.  If Ebola is spreading…

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Two more mysterious holes have opened up in Siberia, and scientists have no idea what’s causing them

emery myers:

This is bizarre!!!

Originally posted on The Extinction Protocol :

July 2014RUSSIA– Two more mysterious holes have opened up in Siberia after the original crater appeared in the Yamal Peninsula earlier this month. “Yamal” is a name that literally translates to “end of the land.” Both new craters were discovered by reindeer herders, who thankfully didn’t fall the estimated 300 feet to the bottom. In case the thought of bottomless black holes isn’t already conjuring up images of an apocalyptic doomsday, then here are some videos and pictures to ensure you don’t sleep at all tonight. What are they, and why are portions of Siberia now beginning to collapse in huge holes?
Scientists are still unsure as to what exactly is causing their appearance. Theories range from meteorites to stray missiles, a man-made prank or even aliens. However, The Siberian Times reports that the most common belief is that they’re the result of “melting permafrost due to…

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Key and Peele: Can You Be Too Nice at the Office?

Key and Peele: Can You Be Too Nice at the Office?

To illustrate the work of Adam Grant and his theories on the benefits of helping others, we asked the comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele to demonstrate the art of workplace altruism. Courtesy of New York Times and YouTube.

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Chronic Childhood Stress Leaves Lasting Impact on Brain. An interesting article…

emery myers:

Extreme stress experienced during childhood, such as poverty, neglect…

Originally posted on www.CannaBlogna.com: We enjoy your company...Keep coming back! :

By TRACI PEDERSEN Associate News Editor
Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on June 29, 2014

child-covering-eyes-with-hands-blond-white-big-SSExtreme stress experienced during childhood, such as poverty, neglect, and physical abuse, might alter the parts of the brain responsible for learning, memory, and the processing of stress and emotion.

These changes may be linked to negative effects on behavior, health, employment, and even the choice of romantic partners later in life, according to researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

“We haven’t really understood why things that happen when you’re two, three, four years old stay with you and have a lasting impact,” said Dr. Seth Pollak, co-leader of the study and UW-Madison professor of psychology.

“Yet,” noted Pollak, “early life stress has been linked to depression,anxiety, heart disease, cancer, and a lack of educational and employment success.”

“Given how costly these early stressful experiences are for society … unless we…

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Take the ‘Weird’ test and see where you fit in!

emery myers:

Are you a weirdo too?

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Bizarre and Peculiar Abstract Human Art courtesy of www.trendhunter.com via Google Images.
Bizarre and Peculiar Abstract Human Art courtesy of http://www.trendhunter.com via Google Images.

I love the realistic fantasy, which tricks the eye and mind at first gaze… #odd

Bizarre art image courtesy of www.secondcitizen.net via Google Images.
Bizarre art image courtesy of http://www.secondcitizen.net via Google Images.

The infamous ‘illuminate’ tree! Apparently, ‘illuminate tree’ or ‘IT’ as he’s called in the forest, is being held captive by a crazy antique tree watcher! The tree watcher from antiquity, is obviously forcing ‘IT’ to painfully gaze upon a true schizophrenic with paranoid delusions. With a piece of art so bizarre, why wouldn’t my explanation be bizzare as well?

Bizarre Rabbit Art Print by Ruben Ireland. image courtesy of www.lavamind.com via Google Images.
Bizarre Rabbit Art Print by Ruben Ireland. image courtesy of http://www.lavamind.com via Google Images.

Did you notice the fella is bald and has one helluva moustache? That wasn’t what I observed first! I had to look at it for a few seconds… #Bizarre

Bizarre Tree Art. Image courtesy of www.crispyclicks.com via Google Images.
Bizarre Tree Art. Image courtesy of http://www.crispyclicks.com via Google Images.

In all my years…

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