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Genius Awakening was created to lead people to a better understanding of self and others in order to navigate our world at a higher and more awakened level of being. Together we will explore the depths of consciousness in order to evolve beyond our current paradigms into a world of love, joy and peace. Oksana and Larry Ostrovsky are passionate guides of this space.

Novel by a Japanese Robot Almost Wins a Prize


A short novel co-authored by a Japanese robot passed the first round of screening for a national literary prize in Japan. This post from ScienceAlert highlights how the novel was written and judged in the literary competition. It may be time to add ‘novelist’ to the list of professions under threat from super-smart computer software, because a short story authored ... Read More »

Unlock Your Higher Purpose Through the Gene Keys


The Gene Keys help you in unleashing your highest potential, hidden in your DNA, through 64 genetic archetypes. This post from Wake Up World unveils the Gene Keys Golden Path that can transform your life. Have no doubt, human consciousness is experiencing a massive jump in evolution, even if it’s not obvious on the surface. We’re fortunate to have many tools, ... Read More »

Where Are You On the Path of Consciousness?


The path of consciousness takes you from being entrenched in mass consciousness to the ability to consciously create one’s life from the awake state. This post from Wake Up World takes you through the five stages of awakening pointing out the signposts and pitfalls along the way. What does it really mean to awaken? It is fair to say that awakening ... Read More »

How to Maximize Wellbeing by Tuning 4 Brain Circuits


Wellbeing is essentially a skill that can be learned, just like learning to play a musical instrument. This post from FEELguide gives a low-down on the four neuroplastic brain circuits that govern wellbeing and how to tune them like an instrument. Dr. Richard Davidson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the study of the neural mechanics of emotion ... Read More »

Speedy Detection to Stay Ahead of Mosquito Borne Diseases

Red means a disease is present to Sandia National Laboratories' researchers Cameron Ball and Robert Meagher as they test their QUASR, for quenching of unincorporated amplification signal reporters, technique to detect the presence of malaria and viruses like West Nile. Simple enough for field labs and handheld devices, QUASR's positive signal is 10 times brighter than a negative signal.
Credit: Dino Vournas, Sandia National Laboratories

In a bid to stay ahead of mosquito borne diseases, researchers have developed a glow device for speedy and accurate detection of West Nile and other viruses. This post from Science Daily sheds light on the simple technique for lighting up disease carrying mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are deadly efficient at spreading disease. Despite vaccines and efforts to eradicate the pesky insects, ... Read More »

A Super Highway Connecting America with Russia


A new super highway that will connect most of the world via road is being planned. This post from Wise Thinks turns the spot light on an epic bridge that connects America with Russia, so you can road trip from NYC to Moscow. A road trip stretching from New York City all the way to London could be possible if ... Read More »

Sophisticated Humanoid Robot Declares “I Will Destroy Humans”


Meet Sophia, Hansen Robotics’ sophisticated humanoid robot that may embody the androids of our future. This post from Waking Science delves into the concerns raised by the evolution of humanoid robots. The evolution of humanoid robots is well into the concerning stage at this point. DARPA’s latest incarnation of its Atlas robot is seen in the following video beginning to ... Read More »

Smell of Alcohol Explored to Understand Alcoholic Behavior

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Scientists explored the smell of alcohol as a trigger for alcoholic behavior to further understand addiction and substance abuse. This post from Science Daily discusses the study that proved that smell of alcohol makes it hard to resist. The smell of alcohol may make it harder for people to control their behaviour according to a team of Edge Hill University ... Read More »

50-Year-Old Problem of Nuclear Waste Storage Solved

view of nuclear power plant towers

Scientists figure out how to remove americium from nuclear waste pools, opening the door for one of the cleanest energy sources on the planet. This post from Science Daily highlights the technology that has been developed by scientists to make the storage of nuclear waste safer and nontoxic. Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have adapted ... Read More »