Tag Archives: death

Cracking the Zodiac Killer’s Cipher | It Was Him: The Many Murders of Ed Edwards | Paramount Network

It was a 3-part cipher that was solved by two teachers. If you notice, there’s 18 characters left at the end of that. – [Wayne] Yeah, they don’t have any letters next to ’em. – [John] One of the most important symbols in this whole thing was the Zodiac sign, which equaled D. – Was… Read More »

Universo – Imagens da Nasa Galáxias Nebulosas Aglomerados Estelares

Images compilation released by NASA and employees through telescopes, space probes and Earth astrophotography. Focusing on recent images! Bubble Nebula Hubble image The view of the Bubble Nebula reminds us that Hubble gives us a front row seat for the inspiring awe-inspiring universe we live This image shows a bright stream of material from a… Read More »

Writing a will: What to leave behind after you die | BJ Miller

As these things go, there are layers of issues. So a will is not sort of a simple, one piece of paper kind of document. There are many different kinds of wills. There’s wills to handle your things. There’s wills to handle your body. And there are wills to handle your legacy, in a way.… Read More »

Grief isn’t a pathology. It’s an altered state of mind. | BJ Miller, MD

Let’s talk about grief for a minute. It’s an incredibly powerful and important subject that gets short shrift. We don’t know what to do with grief. It kind of smells like depression, all sorts of things. So let’s talk about it for a second. If I think there’s one thing that we can take away… Read More »

12 The Hanged Man Tarot divination meanings – sacrifice, loss

The 12th card is The Hanged Man, which is rather unusual, the naked man hanging from the symbol of the ankh of life. This card is reflected in the The Emperor, it mirrors the crossed legs. The Hanged Man is the mother letter of Water, mem, and he talks about as the baptism or death.… Read More »

We’re looking at death all wrong. Here’s why. | BJ Miller, MD

Health care, medicine in our country is a giant, colossal thing. And it’s got a ton of momentum. And medicine has become– the domain of death is more or less ruled these days by health care. In times past, it’s been the church, or the family was the sort of center of all this. These… Read More »

The Strange Drowning of Natalie Wood

(tense music) – This week on Buzzfeed Unsolved, we discuss the highly controversial drowning of Natalie Wood. Get your sunglasses ready because this one is packed full of bright stars. Wow, he had them ready. He didn’t even know I was gonna say that. – I had ’em good to go. I’m always ready, baby.… Read More »

The Bizarre Death Of Elisa Lam

(laughing) (yelling) – Alright, let’s fix the camera. So today we’re driving to the Stay on Main Hotel or as it was formally known, the Cecil Hotel, as part of an ongoing series where I tell this guy true crime stories and today, we have the privilege of actually going there because it’s in LA… Read More »

The Real Cost of Cruises | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix

It is almost the end of vacation season, which is why I want to talk about the fastest growing part of U.S. tourism. Cruises. The answer to the age-old question, “What if porta-potties had swimming pools?” Now, picking a vacation is hard. We all know we have to spend our money on a lot of… Read More »

Suicide Forest in Japan (Full Documentary)