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Psi in the News

Neuroscientists test Brazilian mediums, a Buddhist monk shows “unheard of” brain activity during meditation, interviews from the 2012 Parapsychological Association Conference, and more on Eben Alexander’s NDE in this week's round-up. 

Psi in the News

Neuroscientists test Brazilian mediums, a Buddhist monk shows “unheard of” brain activity during meditation, interviews from the 2012 Parapsychological Association Conference, and more discussion of Dr. Eben Alexander’s NDE in this edition of Reality Sandwich’s Psi-in-the-News! 

Foxes and Reptiles: Psychopathy and the Financial Meltdown

We must
be aware of psychopaths when we design
financial structures. Since psychopaths are a force of nature we are unlikely to
eliminate, we should harness their unique talents to serve the socially
useful purpose of catching other psychopaths. We need a
highly motivated team of clever reptiles and foxes to catch other reptiles and
foxes.

Overdose at the Airport

As the rate of cancer spikes among TSA officers who work near the full-body scanners at the Boston Logan Airport, union reps are alarmed at having been misinformed regarding the safety of these machines. 

The Iboga Insurrection (Pt.2)

Part II of The Iboga Insurrection delves into the history and typology of the ibogaine underground, with evangelizing addicts and lay-providers, activists, medical researchers, and shamans.

Marriage Without Monogamy

A recent study of gay couples has found that having an open marriage could create "stronger, longer-lasting, and more honest relationships."

Monster Corn

A study reveals that genetically modified corn approved for consumption in the U.S. and Europe may cause rapid kidney deterioration.

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