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Sensor which could pre-detect natural disasters


Aug 21, 2012
A sophisticated sensing system developed in partnership with a renowned astrophysicist and nuclear scientist is due to be installed in New Zealand soon. One goal is to test the potential of sensors to predict earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

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Health Experts say Chronic Illness caused by Emotions
Aug 16, 2012
Is it really possible that chronic illnesses and severe pain, including irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, M.E. and cancer, could be caused by emotions? 12 health experts say yes, and have plenty of proof to show for it.

Is the Real Cause of Disease just Dis-ease?
Aug 14, 2012
Is disease just an extreme state of dis-ease? 12 world experts on the emotional causation of disease say so. A unique online summit will discuss how chronic illnesses such as chronic fatigue and cancer have unresolved emotional issues at their core.

New Zealand Woman of Year finalist launches ground-breaking online health series
Aug 08, 2012
Kim Knight, 2011 finalist for NZ Woman of the Year for innovations in health and science, has launched her second global teleseries. Following on from last year’s successful event on chronic illness, this year’s focus is on Emotional Intelligence

Kiwi researcher may have discovered missing piece to modern-day heart disease pandemic
Aug 07, 2012
Researcher into heart health believes he has discovered major cause of heart disease and other related health problems. Main risk factor has been completely overlooked: an unconscious and dysfunctional habit of over-breathing.

Using EQ instead of IQ? – now that really would be an Olympian feat!
Aug 06, 2012
Online EQ Summit with 27 world presenters demonstrates how EQ not only transforms personal matters, such as health, wealth, parenting, education, career and relationships, but may also affect earth's magnetic grid.

Scientific experiment to measure effect of human emotions comes to New Zealand
Jul 30, 2012
‘What effect do human emotions have on the environment and beyond’? Bold, scientific experiment to measure the impact of both positive and negative thoughts and feelings on the earth’s magnetic grid. Sensor to be placed in New Zealand.


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