PLN Daily 08-08-2011   Leave a comment

Light used to release chemicals  

In Anna Gudmundsdottir’s laboratory at the University of Cincinnati, dedicated researchers endeavor to tame the extremely reactive chemicals known as radicals. Photons of light are used to put the radicals to work.   Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

“Love” classed as the most beautiful word

In the decade that Mississippi State classics professor Robert E. Wolverton Sr. has released his survey of ugliest and most beautiful words, he has noticed a trend–fewer religious words.  It’s interesting to see in the latest survey the “beautiful” words are many of the words we use at Pure Leadership.   Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

German airforce admits to ‘chem trails’  

An investigation by a meteorologist in Germany has resulted in formal demands of the government to offer explanations about why they are creating chem trails over that country.    Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Conscious choice works better than dieting  

Dieters may not need as much willpower as they think they do to lose weight.  Removing limiting beliefs and making simple changes in their surroundings can result in eating healthier without a second thought for those wanting to control their weight.     Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Want better skin?  Meditate more often.     

As anyone with a chronic, inflammatory skin condition, such as psoriasis, rosacea or acne, knows, dealing with unpredictable flares can cause considerable stress and have a negative impact on a person’s overall well-being. An ever-growing body of research shows how the complex link between the skin and the psyche – including the role of stress – affects skin conditions.   Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

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Posted August 9, 2011 by Pure Leadership in Pure Leadership News

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