Graham Hancock on his way to Atlantis. The British author is seeking -- and finding? -- proof of the myth that is handed down in many cultures: there was once a 'super culture' that may well have equalled that of modern man. Hancock's quest shines a different light on the gradual progress of humans throughout history. 'We think we are the pinnacle of civilisation and we simply cannot imagine that a superior culture existed before us.'
During the bloody war in Bosnia one city kept its head: Tuzla. Luke Disney visited this 'role model for postwar developments' and discovered the will of a people who wish to get on with their lives and put the past behind them.
Iroquois chief Oren Lyons explained the Indian vision of democracy at the recent Bioneers Conference in California.
Research on the edge of nature and technology.
Critics continue to point out the drastic consequences, but the fight against 'Frankenstein foods' appears to have been lost.
How the West got rich from broken headphones.
The Alliance of the New Humanity: A remarkable peace initiative.
Nanko van Buuren has become an 'uncle' to the underprivileged in Rio
Citizens: shareholders in our common wealth
A unique mixture of bacteria and yeasts forms the basis for a natural medicine with remarkable healing properties. EM-X is a Japanese concept with an exceptionally powerful anti-oxidative effect. The medicine is amazingly effective in the treatment of a variety of diseases and can also be taken preventatively. Marco Visscher paid a visit to Japan, this magic potion's country of origin, in order to investigate the promising claims being made, not by enthusiastic amateurs, but by a group of experienced scientists. He talked to people who prescribe the remedy as well as to Teruo Higa, the one-of-a-kind inventor of EM-X.
EM-X prevent free radicals from doing harm, but what exactly are free radicals?
The three stages for people using EM-X.
The combination of micro-organisms in EM-X stimulate micro life.
On a curative, natural draught
On the inventor of EM-X.