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The Business Plan Archive collects Internet boom time business plans. It's a great example of learning from our past and our mistakes.... posted on Jul 20 2002, 846 reads

 


In the developing world, fertility rates vary in inverse proportion with literacy rates. For example, Afghanistan, with a female literacy rate of only eight percent has a fertility rate of 6.9 per 1,000 population. Thailand, in contrast, has a literacy rate of 88% and a fertility rate of 2.6/1,000. Source: United Nations... posted on Jul 16 2002, 788 reads

 


Due to 'light pollution', 20% of the world's people (66% in US) can no longer see the Milky Way. ... posted on Jul 05 2002, 586 reads

 


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Dr. Masaru Emoto, a researched in Japan, did an experiment in 1994 that now proves that thoughts affect physical matter. Through repeatable experiments, he demonstrated that human thoughts and emotions can alter the molecular structure of water. Check out his amazing pictures of the molecules when someone says "you make me sick" vs. "thank you":... posted on Jun 11 2002, 904 reads

 


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19% of people in the U.S. have practiced meditation.... posted on May 22 2002, 676 reads

 


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