Some closed-minded people stand with ignorance 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 extremely limited ideology. That type of people follows specific rules, and never thinks outside the box, most probably due to fear of being ridiculed by other ignorant fellas, or just to “fit” in the box.
A new scientific experiment made by Dean Radin Ph.D, by using a variation of the classic double-slit experiment, shown at the Science of Consciousness Conference in Tuscon 2016 (Arizona), shows that consciousness indeed affects matter, therefore reality, no matter the distance between the observer and the apparatus. Continue reading New Research Shows Consciousness Affects Reality
What are black holes? What is going to happen if you fall into one? Of course there are many other questions about black holes, and the following animation is an easy way to get most of your questions answered, in under 6 minutes! Continue reading A Nice Animation Explaining Black Holes
Quantum entanglement is one of the strangest phenomena of quantum physics, so strange that there is not yet one explanation of “how” it works, yet we have already found out how to take advantage of that phenomenon. The following video animation is a powerful tool for you to understand what quantum entanglement is, in a very easily digestible way. Continue reading Quantum Entanglement, Bell Inequality, and the EPR Paradox
Professor Brian Cox visits NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio to see what happens when a bowling ball and a feather are dropped together under the conditions of outer space, and explains why it happens. Continue reading A Bowling Ball and a Feather are Dropped Together in a Vacuum Champer
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
A great video animation that explains easily how you can perceive the concept of the infinity, the difference between an Open Universe, a Closed Universe, the Flat Universe, and the expansion of space-time. Continue reading Eveything You Need To Know About The Infinity Of Our Universe
If you want to understand effectively and easily the Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, everything you need to know is here in this simple and nice video-animation. Covers both Special Relativity and General Relativity. Enjoy. Continue reading Einstein’s Theory of Relativity & why E=mc², In One Simple Animation!
Drive Creative Studio Ltd created some very informative animations in a lite format, about the topics that you’ve had firstly started to wonder in your childhood and further. Check them out, they’re not time consuming at all. Continue reading 9 Very Informative Animations
Everything you need to know about the bizarre world of Quantum mechanics, the relationship between measurement and entanglement, wave particle duality, Schrodinger’s cat, EPR / Bell inequality. Continue reading The Most Informative Animation About Quantum Mechanics
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)
This is an anatomically-realistic 3D brain visualization depicting real time source-localized activity (power and “effective” connectivity) from EEG (electroencephalographic) signals. Each color represents source power and connectivity in a different frequency band (theta, alpha, beta, gamma) and the golden lines are white matter anatomical fiber tracts. Estimated information transfer between brain regions is visualized as pulses of light flowing along the fiber tracts connecting the regions. Continue reading Real Time 3D Brain Visualization Depicting Source-localized Activity!
How do you investigate hypotheses? Do you seek to confirm your theory – looking for white swans? Or do you try to find black swans? I was startled at how hard it was for people to investigate number sets that didn’t follow their hypotheses, even when their method wasn’t getting them anywhere. Continue reading Try to Solve This If You Can
Maybe it sounds weird, but, every one of us was a female, before our birth. A scientific proof which helps to explain where male nipples came from. Continue reading Science: We Were All Female Before Our Birth!
Scientists at MIT have traced 13 billion years of galaxy evolution, from shortly after the Big Bang to the present day. Their simulation, named Illustris, captures both the massive scale of the Universe and the intriguing variety of galaxies — something previous modelers have struggled to do. It produces a Universe that looks remarkably similar to what we see through our telescopes, giving us greater confidence in our understanding of the Universe, from the laws of physics to our theories about galaxy formation. Continue reading A Detailed Scientific Simulation Of The Real Universe