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Heartland Healing

2015.06.08 final-2 Don’t Be a Toaster: Redux

In Heartland Healing for June 2, 2015, we wrote about the swamp of seemingly dangerous energy we’ve created with our Age of Technology. Massive power lines drape the continent, indeed, the world. Long-range Extremely Low Frequency radio waves, dozens of miles long, batter the earth’s crust, core and oceans just for the sake of communicating with our submerged war machines. Our homes course with dirty electricity...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>It's a future of skin and bones.</p> Thinner

The next trend in food will be something called" decalorization" -- the opposite of our current trend to provide food with as many calories in them as possible. Instead, vending machines will offer food with miniscule calorie counts, and food scientists will seek to make existing foods less caloric. Chemical processes will develop that will prevent the human body from effectively making use of calories in food,...

Sports

Get In The Game

When I was a little girl, I knew I was going to grow up to be an athlete. I went to bed at night imagining my career as a figure skater or a basketball star or a ballerina, but that one would really be a hobby. I saw the adult world as one of fun and possibilities.

Then I grew up.

There are no long days practicing my triple lutz, and I haven’t picked up a tennis racket since I was 17. What happened to...

Literary Pick

Img 4695 O Comic Con! in Retrospect

Previouly we wrote about what would be happening over the weekend at the first ever O Comic Con! at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs.

Walter Koenig of Star Trek: The Original Series was there. Jamie Bamber of Battlestar: Galactica was there. Professional wrestler Mick Foley was there. Voice actors Billy West of Futurama and Maurice LaMarche of Pinky and the Brain were there. Naomi Grossman of American...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>It's time we started publishing rambling books in the US.</p> I wanna ramble

Thanks to wearable devices like the FitBit that encourage users to walk long distances, American will soon adopt the English tradition of rambling. More than just a long hike, a ramble is a leisurely walk, but one with special laws applied to it. There is the right of way, in which walkers are given priority in traffic situations, and the right to roam, which allows ramblers to walk on privately owned but...

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