September 3rd, 2013 Walter Helwich
Walter Helwich is not far from the truth when says that nowadays, stress is a term that is commonly used to define our state, when we feel uncomfortable, but it leaves severe consequences, which are hardly recognizable. In addition, the stress is a quiet killer, which provokes a wide range of diseases such as degenerative diseases, cancer, diabetes etc. The weight gain, mental illness and hair loss are frequent indicators that you have too much stress in your life. But, every human being who wants to live a peaceful and quality mental, physical and emotional life should aim to live stress-free life.
When stressed, the body produces three hormones: adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol. All of them are produced by the adrenal glands and all trigger:
August 1st, 2013 Walter Helwich
You must be wondering, starts Walter Helwich, if the sun is good or bad for you? After a few decades of many terrible works, books and shows about the disastrous effects of sunlight on our health, the truth is really hard to tell. Are we really become the only mammal species on the planet that has aversion to sunlight? In the following several articles Walter Helwich will try to explain this question.
Sunlight increases the amount of serotonin, which is a natural hormone of happiness. Due to this we are happier and more satisfied after sunbathing. Regular sun exposure (just 15 minutes a day with at least 40% of the skin uncovered), destroys and annuls depression of medium strength, especially if the sunbathing is combined with moderate exercise, such as swimming or walking for half an hour a day. By this our body excretes neurotoxins such as fluoride and mercury, which are one of the biggest threats to our health. If we combine physical outdoors activity with sunbathing our body creates natural endorphins, which are mild opiates and act analgesic and anxiolytic.
July 16th, 2013 Walter Helwich
In the midst of anti-smoking campaigns, many smokers have given up tobacco, mainly because of the terrible pictures of black lungs, claims Walter Helwich according to some recent data. On the pictures, there are black lungs of long time smokers, who allegedly deceased because of tobacco. We succeeded to reveal numerous lies regarding tobacco, particularly its effect on the mind and body, but now – it’s time to deal with the fake propaganda that someone is serving to us.
After a well-prepared campaign against the tobacco, which has even initiated the WNTD (World No Tobacco Day) or global anti-smoking day, which is “celebrated” on the 31st of May, we start to wonder who is behind this kind of activities? Furthermore, if you take a look at Wiki’s explanation on WNTD, you’ll see that the leader of this project is WHO (i.e. World Health Organization), which has launched an offensive campaign against tobacco in 1987. In the same year, WHO has created a resolution for the UN – WHA40.38 in order to create a non-smoker world. Soon, this initiative started to gain the support of the scientific community. Moreover, the organization succeeded this thanks to the numerous cases, where they showed how toxic and carcinogenic the tobacco is, so the public started to fear tobacco. Furthermore, the WHO conducted an interdisciplinary study that was supposed to show how the passive smoking can also have fatal consequences. But the WHO could not manage to get factual evidences that will prove the danger of tobacco, so they came up with a new plan. Actually, they were trying to demonstrate that tobacco contains many hazardous components that are killing us, but in fact these 600 components were approved by the FDA.
The campaign against smoking reached its peak in 1998, when the tobacco manufacturers were forced to print warnings like “Smoking Kills” or “Smoking causes impotence” on the pack of cigarettes. Moreover, since 2000, many countries engaged into anti-commercial campaigns against tobacco, and started to put horrible pictures, which supposed to show the detrimental effects of tobacco. Click here to find out more.
July 8th, 2013 Walter Helwich
According to Walter Helwich, the passengers often tend to lay their head on the window to rest or nap, when they are travelling with public transport. But soon, they will be disturbed with advertisements or some other information broadcast directly into their head. Especially, the new technology will allow the advertisements and other information to be transmitted directly into the head of train passengers, when they lean their head on the window. The Telegraph says that the video clip for the campaign “the speaking window” was published by the media company Sky Deutschland in cooperation with the agency BBDO Germany. And their message was: “Tired travelers often lean their leaning on the window. And suddenly, a voice in their heads starts to speak. But no one else can hear this message”.
This broadcast will consist of special technology, applied only in hearing aids, earphones and Google Glass headphones, which transfer the sound to the inner ear via vibrations through the skull. The sound will be emitted by a transmitter, which will be attached to the windows. The BBDO’s spokesman stated that they will start as soon as they get authorization from their customer – Sky Deutschland. Furthermore, the device has already been tested on the public transport in Munich and Aachen.
But on the other side, Prison Planet states that no company did not take in consideration the possibility that the weary travelers just want to sleep, leaning their head on the window. But also, there are some comments that this technology is much criticized. Some people say they will have to for their heads, and others that, there will be soon lots of broken windows.
This is an obvious example of ruling of psychopaths, where individuals with psychological disorders occupy important positions in our society and politics; therefore, they are trying to rule the nation. These people are using all possible means to reach their goal, so among others; they developed a special marketing branch called neuromarketing that will help advertisers to take a peek into the human’s mind. And we mean literally! Click here to find out more.
June 18th, 2013 Walter Helwich
According to Walter Helwich, the geo-magnetic storm started on May 31 2013. After this extraordinary event, the researchers speculate all this happens in our planetary surrounding.
What is happening with the Earth’s EM field?
The Earth was hit by an interplanetary shock wave that caused G1-class (Kp 5) geo-magnetic storm. NOAA reports that the G1 geo-magnetic storms can occur due to small fluctuations in electrical connections, therefore those fluctuations can provoke severe damages. This is common situation in Sub polar and Polar Regions. The main reason for this situation is unknown. But some scientists believe that probably the Sun is to blame, i.e. its coronary mass ejections of solar plasma, but SOHO and some other satellites had not captured any important detail. This “unknown and unidentified shock” caused unusual lightening that could be seen from Colorado, Maryland, Iowa and Nebraska in the United States. The website Tesis stated that we had the chance to experience G2 level (Kp 6) geo-magnetic storm. According to NOAA’s World Player rankings, G2 are moderate geo-magnetic storms that can cause a serious voltage drop in the Polar and Sub-polar Regions on the planet. Such situations require some adjustments for satellites to be done, because northern lights can be seen as far as New York and Idaho in the United States. The website Spaceweather also says that, there are some disturbances in the EM layer of the Earth, even today.
This is a very unusual occurrence, whose origin is also unknown. The polar light had unusual purple color, unlike the standard green color (commonly seen in case of CME on the Sun). At the same time, most of the planet was covered with thick clouds, and we have witnessed the cold, wet weather with a number of leeches, severe storms and unusual snowfall. So, we started to wonder about the theory of “An electric universe” and its importance for this specific case. Click here to find out more.
June 11th, 2013 Walter Helwich
Numerous excavations are currently carried on a large archaeological site in Anatolia, says Walter Helwich. This location will probably discover the ancient and rich, but forgotten kingdom famous as Tuwana (Tyana). This is an ancient region of Cappadocia, which is located in the southern part of central Turkey. It was the capital of the Neo-Hittite kingdom during the first century B.C.
In 2012, Lorenzo d’Alfonso came out first with an idea about this location. This Italian archaeologist is leading joint mission of the University of Pavia and NYU. “This area is part of the forgotten kingdom Tuwana,” explained d’Alfonso. “We’ve only had some indications and hieroglyphics from several sources of the Assyrian empire, but we have never made an extensive archaeological study, until now. This place is completely untouched, so we’re trying to put in historical context in order to understand where the civilization belonged and its role in this area. ”
“Kinik Hoyuk, is the most amazing place from the pre-classical Anatolia. Some estimates say that this location covers 24 acres, but the topography shows that it would probably cover nearly 81 ha. Tuwana was a small state between the Phrygian kingdom and the Assyrian empire. Moreover, this state was particularly rich. One of the main subjects of our research involves the cultural importance of the kingdom”, said D’Alfonso. He pointed out that he discovered two relief panels from the Iron Age in this area; however, they are not very well preserved. During this excavation, there were found some significant remains of the Acropolis walls. According to D’Alfonso, these monumental walls were remarkably preserved and with height up to 6 m.
From the start, they planned to turn this place into an open museum, because this is an easy-accessible place. It is located only 45 minutes away from the other tourist attractions in Cappadocia. Click here to find out more.
May 30th, 2013 Walter Helwich
The latest issue of the scientific journal Nature Climate Change published details from a group of researchers about how climate changes will affect on the global biodiversity by the end of this century, says Walter Helwich. They are warning that over the years, the environmental and weather changes could have a great effect on a various plants all over the world.
The researchers explain their words by saying that the plant and animal species could be extinct dramatically, as a result of almost 50% decrease of climatic range. “Our research foresees that climate change will greatly reduce the diversity of the most common types in different parts of the world. This loss of biodiversity on a global scale will shorten the biosphere and the ecosystem,” explained the study’s leader, Dr. Rachel Warren. “It will affect also the people, because these species are the most essential for air purification, flood control, eco-tourism etc.”
They predict that reptiles and amphibians are some of the particularly threatened species. In addition, they stated that sub-Saharan region of Africa, Central America, Amazonia and Australia will lose greater part of plants and animal species.
“Their major challenge in ecology was when they predicted the reaction of some species on climate changes,” stated researchers from the University of San Diego, California. The research they conducted at the University was mainly focused on plants. The results, they published in the scientific journal, rely on evidence from the study of life cycles of plants and experiments.
Plants and animals are indispensable for maintaining the life on earth; they form a part of the food chain, so their loss would have a huge impact on all living creatures, adds Helwich. Plants are the basis of the chain and use photosynthesis to produce sugar from carbon dioxide and water.
May 20th, 2013 Walter Helwich
Some 15 years ago it was hailed as being the greatest hope of bio-medical revolution: the use of cloning techniques to create perfectly matched tissue that will one day successfully treat diseases ranging from diabetes to Parkinson’s disease, says Walter Helwich. Since then this treatment approach was covered in ethical debates, painted with frauds and, in recent years, overshadowed by a competitive technologies. Most of the groups that worked on this issue have long ago given up on creating patient-specific stem cells in the embryo (ECS) from cloning. Then followed a little quieter debate that made an attempt to provide an answer to the question: do we still need “therapeutic” cloning?
The study, which was last week, together with his colleagues, published by Shoukhrat Mitalipov, a specialist in reproductive biology from the University of Oregon Health and Science in Beaverton, is for sure going to start a debate once again. Mitalipov and his team have managed to create patient-specific ESC through cloning and want to prove that this is a technology worth implementing.
Therapeutic cloning, or somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT), begins in the same process that was used in 1996 for creation of the famous cloned sheep Dolly. Donor cells from the body tissue, such as skin, are transferred to an unfertilized egg from which the nucleus has been removed. The egg “reprograms” the DNA in the donor cell to the embryonic state and divides until it reaches earlier blastocyst phase. The cells are then harvested and cultured in stable cell lines that are genetically matched to the donor. They can then virtually become any cell of the human body, says Mr. Helwich.
May 9th, 2013 Walter Helwich
In the highly competitive, multi-million advertising industry science is increasingly becoming an important tool in determining exactly what types of marketing campaigns and products are related to the potential consumers, says Walter Helwich. This goes to the extent that a special branch of science is dedicated exclusively to give an insight into our brain in order to better understand what consumers really want. This hybrid of science and advertising, which is not really a novelty, and whose only goal is to sell a product, is called neuromarketing.
Red Orbit reports that experts such as Steve Sands from Texas are using Electroencephalography (EEG), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and eye tracking technology to measure biological changes experienced by people in response to a marketing-related stimuli. Technology measures brain signals to the individual, changes in the blood and other physiological responses to determine what really, on a subconscious level, interests people.
Sands used his equipment to monitor the reaction of people on the commercials that are aired during the Super Bowl every year. For such a test, he recruits about 30 people and puts them glasses for eye tracking while connects them to an EEG machine in order to monitor their brain waves while watching ads that appear in the minutes of the most expensive time frame in the advertising industry.
Each moment we are witnessing more and more aggressive marketing, and now we are aware of the most cunning trick; through neurological processing of data from the human brain achieving the only goal – profit, and not the quality of the product. In this way, manufacturers will be able to find out how to sell us completely useless and maybe even harmful things. Will we be able to resist them it’s only up to us and our awareness and consciousness of the wiles of propaganda, concludes Mr. Helwich.
April 22nd, 2013 Walter Helwich
A giant “monumental” stone structure was discovered beneath the Sea of Galilee in Israel has puzzled the archaeologists who fail to grasp its purpose, even the exact period of its construction, says Walter Helwich.
The mysterious structure is of conical shape and made of “basalt pebbles and boulders”, and its weight is estimated at around 60,000 tones, according to the researchers. This makes it heavier than most modern warships. Its height is almost ten meters and the diameter is 70 meters (for comparison: the diameter of the outer circle of Stonehenge is half the size, and the highest stone does not reach that height).
It was discovered for the first time in 2003, by researchers who performed sonar mapping of the sea, and this year explored it in details and published their findings in the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology.
They believe that the structure, which is located more than 20 meters below the surface, is made of rocks piled on each other which indicate that this is a design that marks graves. Researchers are not yet sure whether this was actually used for that purpose. It is assumed to be made on the land, and that ended up underwater as sea levels rose. Also, there is another theory suggesting it has been constructed under the water to serve as a fish farm because similar, though smaller, structures built for this purpose have been discovered before.
The team of researches claims that whoever built this structure beneath the Sea of Galilee, he possessed a sophisticated organization and planning skills. “The effort put into this venture indicates a complex and well-organized society that had the skills of planning and ability of management”, says Walter Helwich. He also adds that to build such a structure was needed and a lot of working hours.