A truly fascinating organ of the human body is the grey and white mesh up there: the brain. It can adeptly differentiate and recognize the emotions and vibes emanating from someone. So what happens within the brain when it encounters a threatening cue, such as an aggressive voice? Continue reading “Brain spurred in a jiffy by this cue”
My first ever WordPress award! Am I thrilled. And humbled. Thank you so much Rad Gamer for nominating me (and for the support)! Hop on to Rad’s blog, it’s amazing and inspirational; the quotes are spot-on.
The rules first: Continue reading “Sunshine Blogger Award!”
It is in the nature of water … to become transformed into earth through a predominating earthy virtue;
… it is in the nature of earth to become transformed into water through a predominating aqueous virtue.
~ Ibn Sina (Avicenna)
In response to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: #21 Splash
Imagine being independent again after, like, lightyears. ‘Exhilarated’ is an understatement. ‘Exhilarated x 10’ probably sums up the feeling. Oh, and a tad bit terrified. Continue reading “Breakthrough by Swiss neuroscientists ‘as precise as a Swiss watch’”
Red isn’t just a head-turner in the human world. Birds are lit by that color too, Continue reading “Red is Chic(k)”
This 50-year-old NASA invention may be able to destroy cancer cells pic.twitter.com/QxnOw3Hf7O
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) June 22, 2018
‘Your brain juice will evaporate if you think too much!’, says me, Ink ’em Down.
So just give that neuronal gray-and-white-matter mesh a break sometimes and take it easy!
Up until three weeks ago, everyone thought the brain quiets itself when it’s not involved in an activity. New research proves the contrary. Continue reading “The pacific Waves”
3 ways to handle neighborly relations- inspired by plants:
Yes, our Earth is home to an organism that poops gold.
(Another humble reason in the list of a thousand and one reasons why we need to save our Earth and Go Eco!) Continue reading “Poopin’ Gold”