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Dowsing Witness

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Dowsing witness empowers the accuracy of the answer to a dowsed question. A dowsing witness is usually a sample of the item dowsed for if the dowser is trying to locate a lost, missing or suspected item or person. Examples of dowsing witness would be a key held in the left hand while using a pendulum in the right hand. Another dowsing witness would be a lock of hair or article of clothing from someone or a pet that was lost. A coin, a ring, a vial of water, a piece of wood, or leaf from a tree could all be dowsing witness paradigms.

The dowsing witness is usually used by dowsers as an aid to improve the accuracy of their answers to dowsed questions. Although dowsing witness is an aid for beginners, some seasoned dowsers never cease to use the dowsing witness if a witness is available.

Recently an “accuracy witness” was discovered while researching great master dowsers of the past. Dowsers are constantly dowsing and building better dowsing tools. The Accuracy Dowsing Witness™ was found as a drawing and a metal sample while exploring the stored files of one of America’s great Master Dowers of yesteryear and is nicknamed the “Butterfly Witness™”. The Accuracy Dowsing Witness™ is positioned in the hand or viewed like a butterfly. The question most dowsers are asked is, “What is your percentage of accuracy?” The newly discovered Accuracy Dowsing Witness™ can improve your accuracy of an asked question by up to 30%. Note: an improperly phrased questioned will not be helped by the accuracy witness. (Always first dowse if your question is phrased properly.) The solid copper “witness” fits in the palm of your hand with or without another witness for the MOST COMPLETE accuracy aid for dowsers in 100 years.

Find that elusive treasure 100%

The Accuracy Dowsing Witness™ can be used in the hand or simply laid upon a map while map dowsing for greater accuracy. We have reports that when the Accuracy Dowsing Witness was placed on the tip of a bait chamber dowsing rod, that the sensitivity and strength of “lock” increased.

The Accuracy Dowsing Witness™ is approximately 1 ½ inches wide and almost 1 3/16 inches high and shaped like a butterfly. This long lost solid copper dowsing witness is now available post paid for only $17.99!

Dowse this question now,Is the Accuracy Dowsing Witness™ the best dowsing witness on the market today?” Satisfaction Guaranteed!

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Map Dowsing for Lost Pets

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Map Dowsing for Lost Pets has been an option for pet owners that is often overlooked in the moment of strife. If you are the pet owner, your time and effort will be best spent calling a dowser who has been successful locating pets by map dowsing. Ask the dowser if they have successfully dowsed for lost pets. Be prepared to to find your pet. Be realistic, the dowser may find the pet but the dowser can not change the fate of the pet if it has expired. Ask the dowser if there is a fee. If there is NOT a fee, treat the dowser to flowers, a gift certificate to dinner, or make a donation to their favorite charity, but DO NOT EXTRACT THE GIFT of the dowser as if they owe you their time and energy. It takes time for map dowsing, research and followup… after all, someone else may lose a pet in the future and need this experts’ help. If you love your pet, pay to find them, if nothing else, make a comparable donation and tell the dowser to “pay it forward” to the next pet owner who may not be financially able to pay!

If you are a dowser just learning to dowse, there are a couple of suggestions that will help your map dowsing, enabling you to find the lost pet.

    Ask these questions in order for better accuracy:
    1. Is this a good time for map dowsing? Answer: Yes, (then continue). If not, ask again in 15 minutes.
    2. Will the pet return home on its own? Answer: Yes, (Determine when). If no continue to #3.
    3. Is the pet recoverable? Answer: Yes,
    4. Is the pet recoverable by the owner? Answer: Yes. If not, is the pet recoverable by someone the owner knows?
    5. Is the pet’s heart still beating?
    6. Now start your map dowsing, and ask : Is the pet within the boundaries of the map you are using?
    7. If the pet has been gone for more than a few hours, each time the pet rests for a period of time, there is resonate energy at that spot that could give you a false location, be sure and ask if the pet left this location and has moved, or is moving away from this spot.

Accurate map dowsing can locate your pet. The confident dowser can only relay the answer to the map dowsing questions asked. If the map dowsing determines that the pet is unrecoverable, a later map dowsing will not change the answer. Map dowsing always works best when dowsed quickly after the pet’s disappearance. Use of the pet’s name is highly recommended while map dowsing in order to suppress all other pet energies that may be lost in the same area.

Map dowsing for lost pets, lost individuals, lost articles or lost treasure is done by the master dowser, at home, without an audience and usually in the quietest time of the day for the dowser. Don’t expect a map dowsing answer while you wait on the phone. Some dowsers use a witness, (toy, garment, picture of the pet or collar) to hold in one hand while swinging the pendulum in the other hand, to better focus on your pet. As your dowsing experience grows, you will find that your mind will not need a witness while map dowsing and your accuracy is proficient without a witness.

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Dowsing Success

Friday, October 02nd, 2009

Dowsing Success is sought after as the “Rosetta Stone” to all unknown subjects. The lack of Dowsing success is the most common reason new dowsers lose interest and doubt the ability of any dowsing method. The question usually asked of a dowser is, “what is your percentage of accuracy?” Dowsing success can be explained in 7 parameters.

    • Dowsing success is higher in children beginning to learn dowsing over adults,
    • Correctly used dowsing protocols increase dowsing accuracy,
    • Solitary dowsing diminishes distractions and increases accuracy,
    • Morning dowsing after a restful night will increase dowsing accuracy,
    • Subject research can increase dowsing percentage of correctness,
    • A master dowser mentor can critic your dowsing, causing more accurate dowsing
    • Practice every day is the best way to improve dowsing success.

Dowsing success can be measured in percentages that vary everyday.
One should always start their dowsing session with the questions of:

    1. “Is this a good time to dowse?”
    2. “What is my percentage of accuracy today?”
    3. “Is my dowsing question phrased properly?”
    4. “Is there a valid need for this answer?”
    5. And end each query with “Was this answer the Universal Truth?”

Dowsing success can be diminished by fatigue, solar flares, the earth’s magnetic disturbances, invalid need to know, poorly phrased questions, inability to stay focused, preconceived conclusions, wishful thinking and inexperience.

Dowsing success can be explained as percentage of correctly answered questions. The law of averages is 50/50. A novice dowser following a detailed dowsing protocol will increase to 65/70%. A master dowser will be consistently 85/90%. A dowser doesn’t use a supernatural link to the architect of the universe, but does use the Universal Library. A dowser is not a prophet or seer and does not “witch”. When you go to sleep at night with a problem that you have no prior knowledge and desiring a solution, then wake up in the middle of the night or the next morning or a few mornings later with the “answer”, where did that solution come from? We propose all knowledge from the beginning of time is stored in the “Universal Library” and that dowsers use a portion of the 90% of previously unused brain, while awake, to tap into this knowledge base.

Dowsing success can always be improved upon. If you are searching for “items”, build a test plot. This test plot can be underground or inside a structure. Have a trusted person hide items and LEAVE THEM THERE! You will never know for sure what is hidden as you will not “uncover” the hidden items. Use your “L” rods or “Y” rods to search for the hidden items each day to improve dowsing success. (You may hide the items yourself, if you first place a cover over the item that will make it similar in size and shape to all other items hidden, then “shuffle” the items so that you truly do not know what item is hidden where.) Remember, dowsing success comes with practice, practice, practice.

If you have an item or treasure you want located, send a request in the form below to have the item dowsed for you. Dowsing success at its best!

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Biolocation, Dowsing a Vibration

Saturday, September 05th, 2009

Biolocation, a reception of vibration commonly defined as “Dowsing” a target. It is scientifically known that ALL objects (mass) vibrate continually. Some objects vibrate faster than others but the vibrating motion never stops. The human body has the ability to receive the vibrations and associate the vibrations with the unique source that is emanating the signal. Although we all have the ability to receive these frequency oriented vibrational signals, few have the knowledge to interpret the vibration that is completely surrounding the body. We have an array of satellite, radio, television and telephone frequency signals bombarding the body day and night that we cannot see. Our entire body is an antenna. History has recorded several dental fillings that have had the ability to receive radio signals that were audible when the patient opened their mouths. The ability of our body to receive a frequency signal and translate that signal has been called a sixth sense. The body senses paramagnetism and diamagnetism, As a result of the body’s ability to sense all magnetic matter, our body is able to be used as an intricate magnetometer. The Biolocation approach is systematic methodology coupled with scientific models that is making dowsing a highly accessible, effective and successful technique.

Many years of scientific research of Biolocation demonstrates that we are completely surrounded with an invisible array of interactive, dynamic and highly structured energy. This lesser-known form of energy is actually a type of magnetism. Human beings have known for thousands of years that we could detect and respond to this energy. This ability of detection functions on the same principles as our other senses. This ability to “sense” is the underlying mechanism of dowsing. Frequency, vibration and the ability to receive and interpret conforms to the natural laws of science. Two hundred and fifty years ago a watcher of television would have been called a “witch” or “warlock” for communing with the “spirits” of the air. Nikola Tesla was called a madman when he said he had the ability to project the image of a man (just 85 years ago) through the air. Biolocation or dowsing is not supernatural, spiritual or witchcraft, it is a scientific event that we cannot see with the naked eye. Dowsing enables us to interpret the vibrational world, which translated, reveals incredible information that seams supernatural.

Biolocation can be achieved by most people. Mastering biolocation for accuracy takes years of practice. The time to learn this form of dowsing can be shortened when the student is mentored by a successful master dowser.

Biolocation, the dowsing phenomenon, reveals a complex energy, a sophisticated sensory system and psychological factors that when combined produce facts that are impossible for the dowser to have known beforehand.

Biolocation combines the use of the following fields to sense the location of items not visible to the dowser: Electrical, Electromagnetic, Geochemical, Geothermal, Gravitational, Magnetic, Radioactive, and Seismic.

Who uses Biolocation?
This Partial list of users of dowsing may surprise you:

    • Mining Companies (Spanish and Germans 1500s)
    • Oil and gas exploration companies multinational worldwide
    • Armed Forces (British Army Colonial times)
    • USSR army (manual for locating scarce water 1930)
    • The Bahamian Government (location for drilling water wells, 1950s)
    • First and Third US Marine Divisions in Vietnam, 1967 (locating tunnels, traps, munitions depots, arms, and the Viet Cong)
    • Engineering Companies
    • Water Companies
    • Breweries
    • Utility companies(to locate unknown utility lines and pipes before digging)
    • Building Contractors
    • Cemeteries

What is detected by biolocation?

    • Underground rivers, Springs, groundwater, underground pools of water,
    • Underground oil and gas reserves,
    • Underground mineral/ore deposits
    • Water pipes, electric lines, gas pipes, sewer lines, phone & cable lines
    • Archeological sites
    • Caves, Tunnels, Graves, any excavated earth
    • Geological or seismic faults
    • Dead bodies or live people and pets, lost or hidden
    • Treasure
    • ANY THING THE MIND CAN CONCEIVE

Biolocation or dowsing enables us to use information stored in the “master library” regardless of time evolved since the data was stored. Wake up the sleeping 90% of your brain and use it to enhance your life! Learn to dowse.

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Dowsing Questions

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

Dowsing Questions are the most important step of dowsing. These dowsing questions and the formation of dowsing questions are critical to receiving correct answers. Most beginners proceed with any question that can be answered with a yes or no. Although a yes or no can be attained, seldom does the accuracy exceed the law of averages. By asking a confirmed correct phrased question, one may increase the number of accurate answers.

Dowsing questions protocol:

  • Always ask if it is a good time to dowse before starting,
  • Write your question down,
  • Dowse with your pendulum to see if the question is phrased correctly,
  • If your answer is no, rewrite the question until you get a “yes”, that the question is phrased correctly,
  • When the question is written correctly, read the question exactly while swinging the pendulum for an answer.
  • This may seem to be an elementary procedure, and it is, but if followed until good habits are formed, this step will eliminate many false responses while dowsing.

    Perfect practice with correct dowsing questions will improve your accuracy. Frequency of dowsing is paramount to train your mind. If you answer the phone swinging the pendulum you will quickly see a positive or negative response from your pendulum to the caller denoting if you want to continue the conversation, if the caller is truthful, (if a prospective client, do they pay their bills on time). Dowsing questions at work, at home or on the road will gradually build your confidence and ability to use more of your brain while awake. Like all new learned practices, diligence and self discipline will yield a new habit in 21 days.

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Pendulum Dowsing 101

Saturday, July 25th, 2009

Pendulum dowsing can be achieved with any weighted body suspended by a flexible cord, chain, string, thread or stem. Pendulum dowsing has been used for over a thousand years and some say over two thousand years.

Most dowsers have a favorite dowsing tool and the pendulum happens to fill this favorite choice by most master dowsers. The reason for the pendulum’s popularity is that it is small, compact, convenient and can be used for most dowsing tasks.

Pendulum dowsing requires just a pendulum. However there are thousands of renditions of pendulums using glass, crystal, metal, magnets, rings, cork, wood, and some with hollowed chambers in which to place a “witness” or sample of the object you are searching for. Any pendulum will work to practice with but you may want a specialized pendulum for serious dowsing. Eventually pendulum dowsers experiment with designing and or making a pendulum that fits their own criteria.

Each dowser will develop his or her own personalized techniques in which to pendulum dowse. As you continue to dowse you will realize that your method of dowsing is a personal science that when combined with a journal or diary will improve with practice. Dowsing like an art skill will improve if you practice correctly. Find a mentor (master dowser) to critique your dowsing results.

These exercises will instill correct practice until you can develop a better degree of proficiency and develop your own methods of dowsing.

    1. Learn how to hold the pendulum,
    2. Learn to “adjust” the pendulum,
    3. Learn the 3 basic movements of the pendulum,
    4. Develop your dowsing Protocols,
    5. Learn how to use a “witness”,
    6. Learn where, when and in who’s presence to dowse or not to dowse,
    7. Practice, Practice, Practice.

Holding the Pendulum

    • Much has been said of the correct way to suspend the pendulum. Hold the string between the thumb and index finger pointing down.
    • Remember your entire body is an antenna to receive energy. If you were to extend the remainder of your fingers, separated, you would extend your antenna mass greater than a balled fist.
    • One would usually hold the pendulum with the hand that you write with. If you are right handed hold the pendulum with your right hand. If you are left handed hold the pendulum with your left.

Balancing the Pendulum

    • Adjust the pendulum by holding the string only about 1 1/2” above the pendulum.
    • Now start the pendulum swinging, in a straight line, aligned with the ARM holding the pendulum.
    • Slowly extend the string above the map, table, picture or blank paper while concentrating on the object being dowsed for, until the pendulum begins to circle in a clockwise direction.
    • The pendulum will be adjusted for pendulum dowsing of this specific dowsing task at this time.

Basic movements of the pendulum

The basic pendulum movements are:

    1. A clockwise circle,
    2. A counter clockwise circle and
    3. A straight swinging back and forth.

After you have “adjusted” the pendulum,

    a) Start the pendulum swinging, in a straight line, aligned with your ARM. Ask out loud for the pendulum to give you a “yes” response. Make a note of the direction the pendulum is moving.
    b) Now ask out loud for the pendulum to give you a “no” response. Record this movement.
    c) Remember that if your question is unclear, convoluted or cannot be answered with a yes or no you may receive a neutral response from the pendulum. The movements of the pendulum may not be in the same direction as another dowser, that is ok.

Develop your own protocols. (Add to these as you develop success.)

    • Have a fresh paper pad and pen available
    • Write down the question before you ask the question.
    • Ask clear and concise questions that can be answered with a yes or no.
    • Be well, under no artificial influence (alcohol, drugs, etc.), refreshed (not tired).
    • Be comfortable, sitting is fine, do not rest your elbows on the table.

Dowsing with a Witness

A witness is not another person. The witness is a similar item to the item being dowsed for. If you are dowsing for lost keys, place a key in the pendulum hand or press a key to the forehead while asking your questions. If you are searching for a pet, the witness could be a toy or article worn by the pet.

Where and when to dowse and in the presence of who?

    • Always dowse in a place where you can “clear the mind”, not be interrupted for any reason other than fire!
    • If another dowser is present have an agreement that only one will dowse at a time and the other will remain behind the active dowser.
    • Dowse only when refreshed and rested.
    • Never dowse in a crowd or in the presence of naysayers.
    • Dowsing is a learned scientific art, if you feel the need to put on a show, stop dowsing and join an acting school.

Practice

Your need to practice pendulum dowsing will be rewarded with accuracy. If you follow the steps above you will train yourself to be disciplined, and gain the ability to have your subconscious mind operate and communicate with you while you are awake. Little practice produces little results. Lifelong correct pendulum dowsing practice produces a Master Dowser!

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How To Make Dowsing Rods

Sunday, July 19th, 2009

How to make dowsing rods is the question most new dowsers want answered first, so they can feel the “pull” of the dowsing rods and start their dowsing adventure. The dowsing rods most commonly made at home are the “L rods”. L rods can be made of coat hangers, spring steel, welding rods or bare copper wire. These dowsing rods can be made in 15 minutes or less and they are as accurate as $100 manufactured rods. The rule of thumb is; the long part of the rod is 3 times the length of the handle. So if the handle is 5 inches long, the long part of the rod will be 15 inches.

Use wire or rod that has no coating (bare). Measure and bend at a right angle to form an”L” shaped rod. The most used material secured in solving the riddle of how to make dowsing rods is a coat hanger (The old kind of hanger that is found at the far end of the clothes pole). The answer to how to make dowsing rods is a few simple steps:

• Take wire cutters and cut off the hook beyond the twisted area below the hook.
• Straighten the coat hanger completely before measuring and cutting for length.
• Measure the handle and make a 90° bend.
• Measure the long part of the rod using the 3 X rule of thumb and cut for length.
• Duplicate for second rod.

The procedure is the same if you use brass welding rod or another metal. The proof for discerning if you have correctly followed the instructions on how to make dowsing rods is to go into the front lawn and find the water line leading into the house or apartment. Or you may turn on the garden hose, walk over it with the “L” rods and watch them cross. After the dowsing rods cross, turn on the water, use one rod and determine which way the water is flowing!

The next most asked for instructions of how to make dowsing rods are the “forked” dowsing rods also known as the “Y” rod that would resemble the branch of a tree that forks forming two handles and joined at one single origin.

1. If using a live tree branch, remember to refresh with a fresh cut limber branch every other day as the branch dries quickly becoming rigid and brittle.
2. A more permanent approach would be to find a discount retail store and buy 2 inexpensive fishing rods.
3. Cut the tip off as close to the end as possible
4. Cut all “eyes” off the pole. (be care not to damage the fiberglass pole).
5. Cut the fishing poles off at 27 inches.
6. Tie the heavy ends of the rods together with nylon thread and seal with rubber cement.
7. You may or not decide to seal the smallest ends of the rod. (Do not restrict the limberness of the small ends.

There are other rods that can be made when looking for “how to make dowsing rods”. These rods are a little more complicated but can be made fairly inexpensive ($25 or less). There is the “bait chamber” or witness chamber Lobo Map and Field rod which is the Sam Wolf dowsing rod. There is the Vern Cameron Aurameter or the Al Rossmiller Magnetic Drop Coil Dowsing rod that the degree of difficulty is greater than the “L” rods but certainly within the grasp of a garage tinkerer. Email for plans of these three advanced dowsing rods.

The fastest way to make a dowsing rod is to take a bare brass brazing (welding) rod and shake it up and down vertically asking a “yes”/ “no” question. Be sure and establish your “yes” and “no” before you dowse. This type of dowsing rod is known as a primitive wand or bobber. There is nothing to do in order to start dowsing with this rod except initiate the vertical action! You will find the “action “stiff” and restrictive. Therefore some dowsers find a more limber metal (or plastic), smaller diameter rod and place a handle on one end and a wood or metal weight on the opposite for greater movement of the rod.

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I'm just a girl on a quest to make life as mystical and magical as I possibly can, so naturally, predicting 2019 using divination arts has been a major fixture on my ...



Why do people still practise dowsing for water?  BBC News

In the 21st century there are still people practising the 15th century art of dowsing for water.



People brought food from all over Britain to feast near Stonehenge  Ars Technica

People brought their own pigs for the feasts from as far away as Scotland.



This ancient Greek ship is the oldest intact shipwreck ever discovered  Ars Technica

An archaeological survey expedition called the Black Sea Maritime Archaeological Project discovered a shipwreck about 80km (49.7 miles) from the Bulgarian ...



Are dowsing rods scientific proof of Paranormal Activity?  News24

What exactly are they? Dowsing rods are said to pick up vibrations in the air,in energy waves etc. Like locating water in a desert for example.



There’s new evidence for what happened to people who survived Vesuvius  Ars Technica

Modern visitors to the ruins of the two main cities destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD are usually enthralled when they see the site of plaster ...



India has launched an ambitious mission to the Moon  Ars Technica

"Today is a historical day for space and science and technology in India."



Trump admin. approves seismic tests for Atlantic offshore oil drilling  Ars Technica

On Friday, the National Marine Fisheries *Service* (NMFS) approved a plan to make it legal for five companies to conduct seismic testing off the Atlantic coast, ...



The Suffolk coast: 50 years on from my childhood holidays  The Guardian

Hugh Thomson returns in search of the old-fashioned seaside idyll of his memories … and discovers it's even more fun second time round.



2017 earthquake off Mexico broke through an entire tectonic plate  Ars Technica

September 2017 saw a pair of weird earthquakes in Mexico. A magnitude 8.2 on September 8 just offshore the state of Chiapas was followed by a magnitude 7.1 ...



Scottish stone circle isn’t so ancient after all, archaeologists say  Ars Technica

The strange saga of a supposedly prehistoric monument in a Scottish farmer's field came full circle this week. Archaeologists announced two weeks ago that ...



Just pee in a cup for bladder cancer detection  Ars Technica

Bladder cancer is among the most common and deadly of cancers. Because of its high recurrence rate (50-80 percent), patients must be monitored frequently for ...



ND using high-tech aerial method to survey aquifers in area  West Fargo Pioneer

FARGO - If you see a helicopter towing a large hoop-shaped device about 100 feet above the ground in rural Cass or Richland counties in the next few weeks, ...



ICESat-2 successfully starts lasering Earth, telling us about it  Ars Technica

On September 15, NASA's ICESat-2 satellite left Earth on the last Delta II rocket. Happily, the satellite is providing a successful send-off to the Delta II, as it has ...



Ask A Scientist: Is there a scientific basis for water divining?  Stuff.co.nz

John Hale, of Dunedin, asked:- Is there a scientific basis for the practice of water-divining? Why does the related folklore stress that the dowser does it with a ...



Dowsing: Fact Or Fancy - Nature & Community - MOTHER EARTH NEWS  Mother Earth News

Learn how to practice the ancient technique of dowsing. In addition, this helpful article explores the proof for dowsing.



New archaeological layer discovered at L'Anse aux Meadows  Ars Technica

L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland is famed for being a site where Norse travelers set up a colony hundreds of years before Europe at large became aware ...



Volunteers find 700 unmarked graves in Grand Island cemetery  KSNB Local 4

A group of volunteers with the Hall and Merrick County Historical Societies are spending a lot of time in a cemetery, and not just for Halloween.



Rocket Report: SpaceX nets another boat, Air Force competition heats up  Ars Technica

Welcome to Edition 2.11 of the Rocket Report! As always, there is lots going on in the world of lift. This week saw a flurry of activity surrounding the US Air Force's ...



Can’t find groundwater? Some swear by water witches  The San Luis Obispo Tribune

Science can't explain everything, and some areas of the map are blank. So humans try to fill the empty space. San Luis Obispo County is currently wrestling with ...



How did Easter Islanders survive without wells or streams?  Ars Technica

The ancient Rapanui captured *fresh* groundwater where it seeped into the sea.



Student journalists become Royal Correspondents for a day  City, University of London

Student Journalists Become Royal Correspondents as The Duchess of Sussex Visits City, University of London.



The faces of Clover Hollow  Roanoke Times

NEWPORT — “The spirits have brought you there.”



Rocket Report: Falcon 9 beats Pegasus on price, Vega has its first failure  Ars Technica

The Falcon 9 rocket has 50 times the lift capacity of a Pegasus vehicle.



Mass grave in Poland embodies the violent beginning of the Bronze Age  Ars Technica

Sometime between 2880 and 2776 BCE, 15 family members were hastily buried together in a single pit, their shattered skulls telling a story of violent death.



The Magical Thinking of the Far Right  The Ringer

What is behind the relationship between far-right movements and the images and symbols of the occult?



What 61,000 hidden structures reveal about Maya civilization  Ars Technica

Earlier this year, a team of archaeologists announced the discovery of more than 61,000 long-lost Maya roads, fortresses, drainage canals, and buildings hidden ...



SpaceX beginning to tackle some of the big challenges for a Mars journey  Ars Technica

Earlier this month, the principal Mars "development engineer" for SpaceX, Paul Wooster, provided an update on the company's vision for getting to the Red ...



Damning court docs show just how far Sacklers went to push OxyContin  Ars Technica

Secretive, wealthy Sackler family is at the heart of the opioid crisis, lawsuit alleges.



Collating memories of what happened based on where it happened  Ars Technica

We remember things from our own first-person perspective, the way we experienced them. The hippocampus is the region where these egocentric, episodic ...



Heavy traffic bypass proposal  Gisborne Herald

Three options outlined in report. BYPASS ROUTE: The heavy black line is the suggested route for a heavy traffic bypass in a feasibility report commissioned by ...



Tributes as former boxer and dowser dies  Chorley Guardian

A former professional boxer, businessman and dowser has died at the age of 84.



Police search for suspect who left two snakes dowsed in gas in a fish tank  PAHomePage.com

(WBRE/ WYOU)- A gut-renching story of animal abuse. Freeland police are looking for someone who left two snakes for dead.



First map of clouds on an exoplanet  Ars Technica

Researchers map out clouds on a "hot Jupiter," paving the way for future work.



Ocean heat waves remake Pacific and Caribbean habitats  Ars Technica

Short extreme events may have a bigger impact than a slow warming.



Easy-to-make thermal chameleon fades into the background  Ars Technica

Chameleons, unlike bow ties, are cool. The chameleon is most famous for its ability to blend with its surroundings (I'm just as impressed with the acrobatic ...



Global carbon dioxide emissions in one convenient map  Ars Technica

When we talk about greenhouse gas emissions, it's usually in the form of one big number (bigger every year) representing the global total. There's also the ...



Augmented reality changes how people interact and communicate, study finds  Ars Technica

Using AR can change where you walk, how well you do on tasks and connect socially.



The SS Witches Division: Hitler and the Nazi's obsession with the supernatural  International Business Times UK

Hitler and the Nazi leadership's obsession with magic and the occult is laid bare in a newly published far-reaching historical work. 'Hitler's Monsters: A ...



Decades of aerial photos reveal how an ancient desert city got its water  Ars Technica

By combining old and new aerial images, archaeologists are getting a new look at the complexities of supplying water to an ancient desert city. In northern ...



Dionne Lee's Watery Exhibition Fills Interface Gallery | The Do List  KQED

Dionne Lee's elegant installation at Oakland's Interface Gallery is a show of just six works—a number that belies the wide-ranging references within. Running ...



It’s not termites: new study gives fresh take on how “fairy circles” form  Ars Technica

Odd circular gaps in grassland growth likely due to resource competition. Or dragons.



The Earth’s interior is teeming with dead plates  Ars Technica

We finally have a map of Earth's former surface, which now resides in the mantle.



The Greatest Leap, part 2: The 50/50 bet that won the Space Race for America  Ars Technica

If Apollo 8 failed, NASA's Moon dreams would crumble.



The Dawn spacecraft exploring the asteroid belt has gone dark  Ars Technica

Dawn was critical to understanding the history and evolution of our Solar System.



Exploring the monstrous creatures at the edges of the dark matter map  Ars Technica

What if the most popular hypothesis is wrong? Plenty of fringier theories exist.



A map of the most vulnerable places on the planet  Ars Technica

Newly analyzed satellite data shows which ecosystems will be harmed the most by climate change.



Rising Star found a new species—now it wants to find a new way for paleoanthropology  Ars Technica

On September 10, 2015, scientists formally announced that a new species of hominin had been discovered in the Rising Star cave system in northern South ...



18 of the most fun-filled parties on Ibiza  Ibiza Spotlight

It's certainly no secret that Ibiza attracts a fun-loving crowd. With over 50 heavy electronic-themed nights, Ibiza has so much to choose from in every category.



Fortresses, farmlands of the Maya emerge from massive LiDAR survey  Ars Technica

A recent aerial survey revealed thousands of ancient Maya structures previously hidden beneath the dense Guatemalan jungle, including houses, irrigation ...



The Lore and Lure of Ley Lines  LiveScience.com

Many people believe that a grid of earth energies circles the globe, connecting important and sacred sites such as Stonehenge, the Egyptian Pyramids, and the ...



More than 700 graves reportedly found in pioneer cemetery  Grand Island Independent

Michelle Setlik said the task to find unmarked graves in the East Grand Island Cemetery became a much bigger project than first thought.



Geopathic stress may have caused Bhilai Steel Plant accident | India News  Times of India

India News: Termed geopathic stress zones or accident-prone zones, these are literally danger zones that attract trouble.



Women's Voices Project  soprissun.com

8 extraordinary women take the stage with inspiring, original ten-minute theater pieces. Each woman is author, director, and ensemble member. Come.



The Lizard People of Los Angeles, Fact or Fiction?  Los Angeleno

Los Angeles is a city of dreamers, storytellers and fabulists — in fact, for many Angelenos telling tall tales is our bread and butter. So, it's not surprising that we ...



Watching Earth's Water Through the Eyes of Gravity  Inside Science News Service

(Inside Science) -- Last month, scientists in the U.S. and Germany celebrated the 15th anniversary of what was originally planned as a five-year mission: the ...



Modern humans interbred with Denisovans more than once  Ars Technica

Humans in Asia and Oceania met, mingled, and bred with Denisovans at least twice.



Several homes damaged in massive fire at Bluebonnet complex  WBRZ

BATON ROUGE - The St. George Fire Department fought a blaze at a residential complex on Bluebonnet Boulevard late Thursday night. The fire was reported ...



Free-wheeling water droplets plot their own path off a hot plate  Ars Technica

Water on hot plate spins and tilts on a vapor cushion—then takes off for freedom.



A solar panel on every roof in the US? Here are the numbers  Ars Technica

When you're scoping out possible futures, it's useful to ask a lot of “what if?” questions. For example, what if we could install solar panels on every suitable roof in ...



Science in a bottle: 132-year-old experiment washed ashore in Australia  Ars Technica

A 132-year-old message in a bottle turned up on an Australian beach earlier this year, but it's not a love note or a treasure map: it's a science experiment.



NASA’s daring asteroid mission unfurls its sampling arm for the first time  Ars Technica

NASA officials confirmed Friday that a test of a key component of the space agency's mission to sample an asteroid was completed successfully. On Wednesday ...



What happened last time it was as warm as it’s going to get later this century?  Ars Technica

Kids today will be grandparents when most climate projections end—does the past have more hints?



Enigmatic ridges on Pluto may be the remains of vanished nitrogen glaciers  Ars Technica

As we've gathered more details about the other planets of the Solar System, we've largely managed to explain the geography we've found by drawing analogies ...


 

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