Dr. Alice Roberts travels the globe to discover the incredible story of how humans left Africa to colonise the world — overcoming hostile terrain, extreme weather and other species of human. She pieces together precious fragments of bone, stone and new DNA evidence and discovers how this journey changed these African ancestors into the people […]Read More
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Nationality: American Ethnicity: Somali and Ethiopian Fatima Siad raised in Boston, Massachusetts, she placed third on America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 10. Personnel Quote: Be Comfortable in your Own Skin And You Won’t Hate on Others in Theirs Personal Quotes: I don’t want to be known as ‘Baby Iman. I want to make a name for myself. […]Read More
Nationality and Place of birth: Israel Ethnicity: Ethiopian, African She won the Iaraeli Top Model competition at 16 years old. Article about Miss Avtau below: www.scribd.com/fullscreen She left Israel to seek a modelling career in New York. Israela signed a multi-million dollar deal with Avon Cosmetics in the US. She is the highest paid model after Bar […]Read More
Tsidii Le Loka was studying economics and music at the University of Massachusetts when she got a call to come to New York and audition for “The Lion King.” Not only did she get the part of Rafiki, but she went on to receive a Tony nomination for her work. It was a defining […]Read More
Fascinating movie spans the globe to reveal recent discoveries about water, the most amazing yet least studied substance in the world. Witness as researchers, scientists, philosophers and theologians try to understand this unique liquid and all its miraculous properties still waiting to be discovered.
It was there that Heisenberg and Bohr came to Einstein to tell him it looked like the minds of the researchers were affecting the results of the experiments. Mind was inexorably linked to matter. Einstein later said, “Everyone who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man, and one in the face of which we with our modest powers must feel humble.”
In this amazing film, Water, the Great Mystery, we can see that science has made a quantum leap into understanding how mind can be recorded by the most simple element in nature (water) and on the periodic table: H20. If water has memory, and its main component being hydrogen, then the whole universe would have memory. Hydrogen was born between 100 and 1,000 seconds after the big bang. It makes up 75% of the known mass of the universe and now is part of the missing mass equation.Read More