‘Magnetic’: Scientist Finds Evidence of Sixth Sense in Humans

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For years people have debated whether or not humans have, or have had, a sixth sense. Now an American scientist believes he has an answer.
After conducting a study, he believes that:
“Humans have functioning magnetoreceptors.”
Animals have been proven to use the Earth’s magnetic field in navigation, so it might make sense that we ave at least the remnants of a similar system built into our brains…

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A US scientist believes he has discovered clear evidence of a lost human ‘sixth sense’ – one similar to that which enables animals to navigate the globe by

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Three Substitutes for Logic

Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times
Since logic is no longer taught as a required subject in schools, the door is open to all sorts of bizarre reactions to the presence of information.
Here are three favorites:
One: grab the headline or the title of an article, make up your mind about how you “feel,” and ignore everything else.
Two: Actually read the article until you find a piece of information that appeals to you for any reason; latch on to it, and run with it in any direction. In all cases, the direction will have nothing to do with the intent of the article.
Three: From

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Saudis Lobby Washington Insiders To Support U.S. Led Regime Change In Syria

That 51 US diplomats reproached President Obama’s Syria policy by calling for greater American military force deployed against the Damascus government was itself a remarkable sign of official dissent within Washington. But the president’s authority was further brazenly undermined when a few days later the Saudi rulers endorsed the dissenting US diplomats – while being received at the White House. Several things can be discerned here. For one, the US policy on Syria is reeling from failure. The objective of regime change – which has impelled the whole war in that country for the past five years – seems to

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How Two Recent Supreme Court Decisions Nullify Your Constitutional Rights

Two controversial rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court and a federal judge in Virginia have civil liberties activists concerned about future abuse of power by law enforcement. On June 20, the Supreme Court ruled that evidence of a crime can be used against a defendant even if the evidence was gathered illegally. In a 5 to 3 decision, the court’s liberal judge warned that the ruling might encourage future rights violations.

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