Monthly Archives: July 2012

Present Moment

Question of Day July 10, 2012 ~ The Present Moment What does it mean to live in the present moment? Three very interesting perspectives Torch, OM and Kathy, and I can align with each in their way. Right now I … Continue reading

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Quantum World

Question of Day July 9, 2012 ~ Symphony of Science – The Quantum World! Quantum Physics, special relativity, and string theory are not likely to “go away”, anytime soon. Actually, never, unless they are ecliped by something that makes them … Continue reading

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Calling 911

Question of Day July 8, 2012 ~ 911 For Non-emergency Purposes Should people who call 911 for non-emergency purposes be fined and/or jailed? What sort of punishment, if any, would be appropriate for people who abuse such a vital system? … Continue reading

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Facebook

Question of Day July 7, 2012 ~ Facebook How does using facebook as a tool in your social networking game work for you? Very much a sometimes thing with me. I spend most of my time here on ANG, lucky … Continue reading

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Telling a lie

Question of Day July 6, 2012 ~ Telling A Lie Rather Than Telling The Truth Is there ever an occassion where telling a lie rather than telling the truth is acceptable? Who knows what is truth and what is lie? … Continue reading

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Alternative Medicine

Alternative Medicines As nonconventional medical treatments become increasingly mainstream, we take a look at the science behind some of the most popular. A little over 2 years ago I was told that there was nothing known to medical science that … Continue reading

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Retirement

Question of Day July 5, 2012 ~ Retirement overrated? Is retirement over-rated? I have very rarely done the 9-5 thing in my life – less than three years in total. Mostly I have been self employed, often doing long, and … Continue reading

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