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
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‘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”
This (ornate) Wooden Door is my entry to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Words With Double Letters
Kalos eidos: Greek for “Beautiful form”
This interesting structure incorporates architectural elements from 3 cultures – Greek column, Moorish arc, Spanish roof tiles – (and a view balcony with wrought iron work!).
This is my entry to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Structure
The human body is a sensitive creation. It’s affected by everything, small and big. Every organ responds. Every tissue, every cell, every nucleus.
“…recently the World Health Organization decided to classify any form of nighttime shift work as a probable carcinogen,” said Matthew Walker, professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. The author of the book ‘Why We Sleep’ reveals some intriguing gens on the body-sleep relationship in this creative animation!