We Are Living in a Virtual World — Not Quite The Matrix or The Thirteenth Floor — The Universe — Solved!

Have you ever faced with true nature of reality?

Have you ever felt that there was something odd about the world we live in? Like there is something about The Universe - Solved!reality that isn’t quite random, as it should be? Something a little too organized, a little too planned, a little too programmed?

What is reality — really?

Did you know that it is impossible to tell the difference between reality and an illusion?

Did you know that it is impossible to tell the difference between “the past” and implanted memories?

Did you know that we are only 30 years away from technologies that could completely fool us through implanted memories and full-scale total immersion reality simulations?

So how do we know we’re not already there?

In fact, the evidence is overwhelming that we already live in a programmed reality!

The Universe Solved: A new provocative view of the true nature of reality…

Jim Elvidge, Author of the book “The Universal Solved” does not have all the answers but it presents the evidence and has a lot of entertaining speculation!

Jim Elvidge – A biography

Jim Elvidge holds a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. Beyond his entreprenurial and management career in high-tech, he is also a musician, writer, and truth seeker. Research in the fields of physics, cosmology, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and metaphysics has provided the foundation for his first book, “The Universe-Solved!“, which presents the astounding evidence that our reality may be under programmed control.

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Avoid Alzheimers, Improve Brain Function – Exercise Your Brain “Muscles”

Neal Cohen, Psy.D., a licensed psychologist and SharpBrains Head Brain Fitness Coach joins Craig to how mental exercise and stress management can improve human behavior and performance.

What is brain fitness?

Brain Fitness is the general state of a good, sharp brain and mind, especially as the result of mental and physical exercise, stress management and proper nutrition. Much like physical muscles, “mental muscles” can be strengthened to improve memory, focus and decision-making skills among others, as well as help delay the onset of age-related dementias such as Alzheimer’s.

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