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Ways to save Mayan water identified

The influx of tourists, ex-pats and Mexican nationals to the Riviera Maya may be causing quality problems, especially within the pristine water contained in the cenotes there.  Solutions have been found however.  Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Earth Station>Water>News, or click here.

Canine Crooner

We enjoyed sharing our space in the Pure Leadership office in Kelowna, until late last year, with Jenny.  A friendly black lab, she was better at notifying us of visitors than the doorbell.  When we played music, she was the first to heartily join in with a remarkably in-tune howl.  So when we spotted this short video of “Tucker the Crooner”, we were overcome with joy and knew we had to share it!

Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Feel Good>Videos, or click here.

Rare rhinos make comeback

Camera traps in the Indonesian jungle have caught evidence of the rare Javan rhino.  The fact the rhino is making a comeback from near extinction is wonderful news because it is more evidence that the Earth is replenishing itself in many important ways.  Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Others Station>Science, or click here.

Brain imaging provides window into consciousness

A study used fMRI scans to attempt communication with severely brain-injured patients.  The results suggest what Pure Leadership information has already determined, that we have several bodies and just because the physical moves into a state of stasis doesn’t mean the others are also inactive.  Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Others Station>Medicine>News, or click here.

Newborn heart muscle can grow back by itself

In a promising science-meets-real-world juxtaposition, researchers have discovered that the mammalian newborn heart can heal itself completely.  Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Others Station>Science, or click here.

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Posted March 1, 2011 by Pure Leadership in Pure Leadership News

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