A new animation from Kurzgesagt that discusses the Simulation Argument by using five assumptions, which if are true… you are living in a simulation. Continue reading Is Reality Real? A new animation from Kurzgesagt
Our brain is an extraordinary tool, capable of making us its slaves or its rulers, and the choice is clearly ours. The following article contains all the information you need to grasp that concept. The last video contains a great speech by Dr. Joe Dispenza where he analyzes this information in a very easy and comprehensible way. Continue reading How to Rewire Your Brain Circuits and Change Your Life
Some people of the scientific community are self-repressed from thinking outside the box and from the willingness to find out, by saying “yet another pseudo-scientific drivel about the supposed connection of quantum theory and consciousness”, and it’s actually that specific type of people who indeed are slowing down the progress of humanity because of their self-limited ideology. That type of people follows restricted rules, and never thinks outside the box, most probably due to fear of being ridiculed by other scientific fellas, or just to “fit” in the box.
A recent video from an occurrence where a pigeon decided to fly between cars on a highway in Netherlands, reaching 100km/h (62 miles/h) and keeping with them for a distance of 20km (12,4 miles). Continue reading Pigeon Flies 100km/h Between Cars On a Highway
Once more, the “art” of technology and human innovation, combined with history. It’s nice to see it, but it’s even nicer to think about what you can do with 3D mapping projections. Continue reading 3D Mapping to Commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
This is indeed one of the most scientifically accurate Intelligence Quotient tests. You have 40min to answer 39 problems where you have to select A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H. Continue reading One of The Most Scientifically Accurate IQ Tests
Slow motion for sure is one of the greatest ways to add “that feeling” in any footage. If you like slow motion then you’ll like this, if you don’t like slow motion, check this out and maybe you’ll like it. Continue reading Slow Motion At Its Finest (Videos)
The videos shows how the 80% of the neurons in the brain of a very young zebrafish are firing as the animal experiences the world around it. Continue reading Amazing Zebrafish’s Brain Neurons Firing
The sculptures are made by Li Hongbo, an artist born in China???s Jilin province in 1974. He specializes in making flexible sculptures out of plain paper, glued in sheets. The outcome is really amazing. Continue reading Amazingly Flexible Statue-Like Sculptures
Miyoko Shida Rigolo is a talented woman with incredibly high self-control over amazing acts of balance and concentration, at it’s best. We highly recommend you to watch the whole video. Enjoy and share! Continue reading You Won’t Believe Your Eyes Seeing What This Woman Can Do!
It can fly to a height of 6 meters above the sea level and up to 70km/h, for a distance of up to 400 meters! The current highest record for flying time is about 45 seconds. Watch the videos: Continue reading Did You Know That There Are Fish That Can Fly? Meet The Exocoetidae!
It is incredibly awesome that now a days we have the ability to “fly” almost wherever we want, thanks to drones. Some people are enjoying their adventures every day by discovering new places to visit or to visit places they cannot even think to approach by foot. Even if what you want is a bit of a space walk… Continue reading 4 Amazing FPV Flight Videos
So who’s smarter? A man or a monkey (chimpanzee)? And the answer is clearly(?), the chimpanzee! Watch the video. Continue reading A Very Practical Experiment On IQ: Man vs Monkey
Harvard’s new animations about neuroscience, named “Fundamentals of Neuroscience” are really informative and at the same time easily understandable. If you want to increase your knowledge about the topics, you wont regret watching these videos. Continue reading New Harvard University’s Neuroscience Informative Animations (4 videos)
One of Google’s executives has broken Felix Baumgartner’s record for the highest parachute jump in history – making him the second person to break the sound barrier. Alan Eustace, whose title at the company is senior vice president of knowledge, successfully jumped from the edge of space at 135,908 feet on Friday evening. Continue reading News: New World Record for The Highest Skydive Jump! From Google!