Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Zodiacs, you believe in astrology which is a bit out there, but what else do you believe in out there?

1. Do you believe in Numerology?
2. Do you believe in Tarot Cards?
3. Do you believe in Life After Death?
4. Do you believe in Palmistry?
5. Do you believe 100% you can win the jackpot in the lotto?

Numerology:- Numerology is the study of numbers with respect to your name and date of birth. Each number from 1 to 9 is associated with a particular vibration that is reflected in your personality.

Tarot Cards:- Tarot reading or the skill of making predictions with the help of tarot cards is one of the most accepted forms of mystic divination or ability to foresee the future.

Palmistry:- Palmistry or Chiromancy is the study of palm lines and thus interpreting one’s fortunes and personality. Can predict everything from your life, love, marriage, health, wealth, travel and other opportunities that you may come across in your life time.

Feel free to include whatever placements in your natal chart you wish to leave.
Ah Chain take it easy

Answer by suzie
believe in astrology,not in a sense dat i follow it blindly.
ure other options r intresting too…numerology is ok but pretty boring and quite longg. (i dont wear black cuz it said is unlucky for me)
tarots?..idk,if sum1 gave me free reading den ill b up for it.
reincarnation..not heaven and hell.
palmistry..yea sum read my hand,its intresting..but dere isnt much u can say from hands.
im 100% sure ill Never win it.

Answer by Invoker╨┐XD
1. Somewhat
2. Not really but I might do it for fun and free
3. Yes
4. Somewhat but less then num.
5. Yes I can

I have Sun In Aquarius + Jupiter in Sagittarius

Also some lucky streaks in previous experience etc…

Answer by υηιqυєℓу σя∂ιηαяу
1) No
2) No
3) Yes
4) No
5) No

Answer by ChainLightninG
Why stop? There are lots more. Belief is required for all and none can be proved. I never play the lottery. It’s a tax for people that are bad at math.

onomancy (divination by names)
onychomancy (interpreting the reflection of sun rays off fingernails)
ornithomancy or orniscopy (interpreting the flights of birds)
ovomancy or oomancy or ooscopy (breaking eggs into a container of water and interpreting the shape of the egg white)
papyromancy (divination by folding paper)
podomancy (by the feet)
psychometry (divination by touching objects)
pyromancy or pyroscopy (divination by fire)
rhabdomancy (using the divining rod or magic wand)
rhapsodmancy (divination by a line in a sacred book that strikes the eye when the book is opened after the diviner prays, meditates or invokes the help of spirits)
rumpology (divination by the lines on the buttocks)

“Don’t you believe in flying saucers, they ask me? Don’t you believe in telepathy? — in ancient astronauts? — in the Bermuda triangle? — in life after death?
No, I reply. No, no, no, no, and again no.
One person recently, goaded into desperation by the litany of unrelieved negation, burst out “Don’t you believe in anything?”
Yes”, I said. “I believe in evidence. I believe in observation, measurement, and reasoning, confirmed by independent observers. I’ll believe anything, no matter how wild and ridiculous, if there is evidence for it. The wilder and more ridiculous something is, however, the firmer and more solid the evidence will have to be.”
― Isaac Asimov

@Chris: How about linking some tests astrology passed?
Edit: Why can’t astrology just defend itself instead of you ranting and insulting me? I question astrology and never get personal with anyone here. Attack the argument not the arguer. I can put up links to where astrology’s claims have failed. You can’t make clear factual claims where astrology succeeds. Or out performs other alternatives. Or other fortune telling methods.

>Astrology is too complicated for scientists, but you can still understand it if you really want to.< I'm no scientist but I can still understand it? That is a big contradiction. @Sean: If anyone "takes it easy" it is me. What did I say to draw such a hostile response? If I said half of what Chris said, most of the people here would report me.

Answer by Kღñdy Kღñe ♑
Astrology is just a tool, like an other science or skill. It’s simply a method, a tool, to use for a better understanding of your environment. It can be used alone or in conjunction with other skills, such as psychology, anatomy, astronomy, physiology…..I can use this skill properly and get good results, or I can misuse this skill and get bad results.

Either way, belief is irrelevant.

Astrology isn’t a religion. There’s nothing secretive or esoteric or supernatural about it once you understand how to use it (that’s called developing a skill). It does not require belief, just an understanding of the functions and methods, like any other skill.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Building the perfect relaxation home?

What would the perfect home for relaxation look like? I was thinking something along the lines of a meditation cave with the view of a waterfall which feeds into a natural swimming pool and there is a koi pond nearby. There are fruit trees scattered around the property and…….

What else would this place have?

Answer by QWERTY
In my opinion it would have really comfortable furniture with no TV. Just lots of books and flowers. Lots of natural pieces like wood and stone and nothing plastic. It would have a huge stone fireplace. There would be lots of windows so you could see nature and the sky from every room.

Answer by Dr. Strangelove
Lots of maintenance free stuff like granite countertops,tile floors, and stone walls.

Answer by Katwala
A hot tub or spa (unless you can tap into some local hot springs, of course).

Answer by The ReDesign Diva
It would definitely be near the ocean (to be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves).

It would have a spa, to ease those tired muscles. The spa would be facing your waterfall, that would feed into the natural swimming pool.

Definitely fruit trees: oranges, pineapples, cherries, passion fruit.

A hammock strung between two palm trees, for those lazy reading or napping times.

Natural products in the home: bamboo floors, no voc paint, a view of the ocean and the waterfall.

A hanging bed. Yep. I could swing myself to sleep listening to the waves.

A fantastic bose sound system to listen to all my favorite soothing music.

A sun porch that would look something like this:

A massage table (that comes with a masseur, of course 🙂

A special place to meditate and to exercise (yoga) for sure.

A beautiful little guest house for those I love to come and visit.

A puppy to cuddle and take longs walks with on the beach.

One thing’s for sure: there would be NO
video games
shopping malls nearby
traffic anywhere near
close neighbors

SO… if you find this place, can you please email me???? 🙂

Answer by kamal
It would be nice if build something unique like Gazebo
look at here

or a little decoration like this

>good luck!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What is binary and how is it related to the CPU?

10 points available+any thumbs up you get

Answer by EkriirkE
Binary is the name for the base-2 numbering system, just like decimal is for base-10. Computers currently run on electricity, and have logic circuits built that generally only understand when the electricity is “ON” and “OFF”. Since computer logic only has these two states, numbers and information are interpreted as a sequence of 1, on , and 0 , off.

To correlate the decimal you know to binary:
Decimal, Deci meaning ten (10), has 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Binary, Bi meaning two (2), has 0 1

When you count in decimal and get past a 9, you add 1 to the next column – this is what you were taught as “Carry the one”. e.g. 9+1 = 10
In any other base, the same rules apply. Binary only goes as high as 1, so if you counted above a 1, you have to carry it over e.g. 1+1 = 10. “10” in Binary is 2 in Decimal.

Let’s look at another base, Quaternary, Quat meaning four (4).
It will only have numbers 0 1 2 3.
If we count past 3 we carry a one: 3+1 = 10. “10” in Quaternary is 4 in Decimal.

Answer by Daryl of Airelle
(Sorry, my answer is long but good. I thought you deserved a real honest answer.) 😀

Basically, Binary is a system (method of organizing numbers) designed to operate a computer brain.

That being said, an example of a Binary system is the ancient computer language of BASIC (the original three languages were: BASIC, COBALT and FORTRAN – look them up on

BASIC is the only computer language I ever learned (way back in 1984) and I think it captures the concept of a Binary language the best. So here goes my answer:

Binary is a series of ones and zeros and essentially tells the computer brain to turn on and off. You can think of this as in a cursor operation (it blinks on/off when using DOS), or you can think of this as how a computer navigates a flow chart.

For example: In 1984, when I asked the RAND/SPERRY computer to alphabetize a list of cooking recipes, I first had to design an IF/THEN flow chart. If the CPU encountered an A, then it went to the top of the list. If it encountered a Z, then it went to the bottom of the list. (we do this with an icon in MS Word in less than a few nano seconds)

After I designed the flow chart, I gave the CPU a long series of ones and zeros to tell it when to go and when to stop 100111100011100001110000011001010. Of course I was a High School student in 12th grade and it took 3 of the LONGEST months of my life.

When I was done, it ran in less than 5 minutes. I was NOT happy.

And now you know WHY we have the other languages that we use. PASCAL and its variations and morphs and C++ tend to be favorites in the industry. But at its Very Core, the CPU still operates as a series of on off switches.

This is why ULTRA Brainiacs are still looking for a 3D radial language that has more exponential ability. Most people believe that language can only be found in zero gravity – hence a huge reason for space exploration. But what use is a 3D radial/radient language if the CPU must be housed off planet? That’s just crazy talk in my opinion.

Please note: The Cobalt in my citation was on the market after 1984 – 1988, I couldn’t find a Wikipedia link to the 1984 version. But COBALT is mainly used for building models and Palm operating systems. Its the most 3D of the three languages at that time and now. But it is still designed in a 2D flat motherboard system and not Truly 3 Dimensional.

Also, please note that FORTRAN existed as far back as 1958 – I LOVE That time-line below. Turns out that C++ also existed back in my day, but it certainly was not mainstream, much less in High Schools. Just remember that ALL computers were the size of a library room in the 50’s and 60’s, by the 70’s they were the size of a Refrigerator/Vending Machine.

Last but not least, an excellent REAL LIFE explanation of what a computer is versus a calculator/tabulating system – READ the book “IBM and the Holocaust.” Their DEMOG system was one of the world’s first computer systems and NOT a calculating system.

Source : YoutubeWatch this video on palm reading love line


Written by LoveDrNikki

I was born with my innate gifts of clairvoyance (see things), clairaudient (hear things), clairsentient (know things). By the time I was 3 I knew there were things that I knew that I could not tell anyone about because they got really weird if I did. At 13 I got my first deck of tarot cards (Ryder – Waite) and started doing readings professionally.

At 16 I had my first near death experience when I was in a pick-up truck that hit a semi-tractor trailer truck. My dad had died several years earlier – and he had been a semi-truck driver. I was fortunate enough to receive my Father as a Spirit Guide that day, My second NDE was when I was 18 – I was in a Piper Cub 2 seater aircraft that did a hard landing into the side of a mountain. I have spent my entire life studying and working with the wyrd and wonderful in all its guises. While not required by any means I enjoy using the Tarot or any of the other divination tools I have at hand you may want to use for your reading.

I have Doctorate Degrees in Divinity (D.Div) and Theology (Th.D.) from Northern Lights Seminary and continue to study. Among some of my other titles are Psychic Minister, Esoteric Minister, High Priestess, Shaman, Spiritual Coach, Psychic Coach, Psychic Healer, Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Small Business Consultant, Paralegal, Executive Director and College student. I am honored to be a “reader’s reader,” meaning that many of the people do readings for are readers or spiritual workers themselves.