Horoscopes Within If you would like to learn a simple method by which you can erect your own birth chart, this is very easy for anyone to follow. You will use the ancient technique of the Whole Sign House system. This is the system by which I learned Astrology and is performed by Traditional Astrologers today The degree of each planet is not needed to construct this chart. Why is the Whole Sign House system still used? Because it works! The band of the sky in which the planets move is called the Zodiac. At the bottom of the page you will find a zodiac wheel divided into 12 pie shaped slices. There is an order used to place each sign of the zodiac onto the wheel. Next, going around the wheel counter-clockwise the following house is your 2nd house, the next house is the 3rd and so on until you reach the last house, which is your 12th house. The natural order of the signs is: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces. I told you it was easy!
Exploring Realm Dynamics An ancient hermetic axiom states that everything is mind, everything vibrates. Since each living thing is uniquely conscious, each living thing carries a unique vibratory signature. The soul broadcasts a rich spectrum of vibrations, which through the principle of resonance attracts a corresponding spectrum of experiences. Souls of a common frequency share common realms of experience and tend to cross paths in life. This is the study of realm dynamics, how vibrations influence experience, and how experience influences vibration. The simplicity of correspondence between soul vibration and personal experience betrays the astounding nature of its implications. For instance, realm dynamics explains: Vibration When we speak of vibration, we are really talking about waves with amplitude, frequency, and phase. Soul vibrations are no less tangible than sound waves, though their nature and medium of propagation are more exotic. But how exactly does consciousness manifest experience? Realms
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The Nanotechnology of Sundew and English Ivy | Behind the Scenes | LiveScie... - StumbleUpon This Behind the Scenes article was provided to LiveScience in partnership with the National Science Foundation. Fifteen small sundew plants perch on a windowsill collecting sunlight and eating meat in the lab of Mingjun Zhang on the University of Tennessee's Knoxville campus. Sundew plants are carnivores, consuming insects by capturing them with small adhesive balls on the ends of their tentacles. The tentacles and their adhesive properties may be nature's design for catching insects, but Zhang's research team hopes that one day this same adhesive can help attach your grandmother's replacement hip or your artificial knee without fear that your bodies will reject it. Post-doctoral researcher Scott Lenaghan explained that the idea behind this research at the Nano Bio-systems and Bio-mimetics Lab is to learn from biological principles and apply engineering along the way to develop an end product that uses these compounds and principles to advance technology. Finding organic biomaterials
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Neurons, Synapses, Action Potentials, and Neurotransmission ... Function of neurons Because our main interest lies in exploring how information processing occurs in the brain, we are going to ignore glia. But before we see how neurons process information (and what that means), you need to know a few things about the structure of neurons. Structure of neurons While there are as many as 10,000 specific types of neurons in the human brain, generally speaking, there are three kinds of neurons: motor neurons (for conveying motor information), sensory neurons (for conveying sensory information), and interneurons (which convey information between different types of neurons). Neuronal signaling Conduction Neurotransmission The following animation illustrates the difference between these two kinds of synapses. Copyright: 2008 You've reached the end of this component.