Vatic Note: The miracle of Love. We covered so much about consciousness and finally discussed the "heart Wall" and how important it is not to keep that wall. The heart is the second brain and considered even more powerful than the regular brain, since it works off electomagnetic energy. This story is one we needed to read to see the power of life within us if we focus on what is possible. The trick is belief and hours of love. This is a great story at this time of our lives to see what truly miraculous things love can do. Its the most powerful force in the universe. Keep our hearts full of love and no, NONE, NO hate or fear and we will prevail in all of this. All things are possible if we believe. Below they talked about a theory of the kangaroo pouch and how that might have something to do with this, but what I also discovered is that humans and kangaroos have more DNA in common than humans do with Chimpanzees, now someone explain that one to me will ya???? lol
Miracle mum brings premature baby son back to life with two hours of loving cuddles after doctors pronounce him dead
By Mail Foreign Service
Last updated at 11:16 PM on 26th August 2010
It was a final chance to say goodbye for grieving mother Kate Ogg after doctors gave up hope of saving her premature baby.
She tearfully told her lifeless son - born at 27 weeks weighing 2lb - how much she loved him and cuddled him tightly, not wanting to let him go.
NEW ORLEANS – A powerful plaintiff has joined the hundreds of people and businesses suing BP and other companies involved in the Gulf oil spill: the Justice Department.
The government, in an opening salvo in its effort to get billions of dollars for untold economic and environmental damage, accuses the companies of disregarding federal safety regulations in drilling the well that blew out April 20 and triggered a deadly explosion on the Deepwater Horizon rig. Wednesday's lawsuit is
separate from a Justice Department criminal probe that has not resulted in any charges.
"The department's focus on investigating this disaster and preventing future (spills) is not over," Attorney General Eric Holder said during a news conference in Washington. "Both our civil and criminal investigations are ongoing."
The federal lawsuit filed in New Orleans names BP, rig owner Transocean and some other companies involved in the ill-fated drilling project, but not Halliburton — the project's cement contractor — or the maker of a key cutoff valve that failed. Both could be added later.