Mind-Blowing Experiment That Shows How the Mind Affects the BodyThis article describes a small, simple experiment that anyone can do to see with his own eyes how the mind affects the body.
Quantum Theory Proves That Consciousness Moves to Another Universe After DeathScientist Robert Lanza claims that life does not end when the body dies, but just transfers to a parallel universe.
5 Thought-Provoking Quantum Experiments Showing That Reality Is an IllusionThese 5 mind-blowing experiments with outcomes inevitably influenced by the observer demonstrate the intervention of conscious thought in material reality.
10 Mind-Blowing Theories That Will Change Your Perception of the WorldReality is not as obvious and simple, as we like to think. Here are 10 scientific and philosophical theories that can change our common perceptions of it.
Unusual Personality Test That Will Reveal Much about Your Perception of LifeOne of the basic rules of this test is to write what you feel and what first comes to mind. The results will surprise you!
The Reality of Parallel Worlds and Time Travel Is ProvedNeutrino, the smallest particle known to science, exists simultaneously in two worlds: in ours, the material one, and in a parallel one.
Sixth Sense Exists and Helps Us Understand What Other People ThinkScientists from Sydney have found proof that two people's brains can 'synchronize' and 'transfer' thoughts to each other.
Your Subconscious Mind Can Do Anything: How to Use Its PowerYour subconscious mind is active day and night and controls your body and the whole life. How to make its immense power work for you?
Posts tagged learning
Practice itself will not help you achieve perfection in what you do; the point is to choose the right approach, claim a group of psychologists after having analyzed data from about 850 000 people who were playing the same game online.
The main conclusion of the study, which was recently published in the journal Psychological Science, states that if you want to quickly learn something, you should find the optimal strategy for the task before you start practicing.
Tom Stafford of the University of Sheffield, UK, and Michael Dewar of the R&D lab of The New York Times analyzed the results of 854 064 people in the online game “Axon“.
Players had to grow “neurons” by clicking on potential targets. Simultaneously the participants’ ability to learn, decision making, and reaction speed were tested. (more…)
Earning and learning is the new success mantra, which goes hand-in-hand for the ambitious, young, and energetic students. The following article emphasizes on the growing concept of earn and learn and suggests some lucrative online degree courses, which let you learn while continuing with your job.
The new generation is increasingly turning interest to the emerging concept of earn and learn. The reason can vary from being independent, pay own tuition fees, develop job skills, or gain work experience. The increasing desire to learn while you earn has resulted in an upsurge for the demand for online degree courses, which provide the young students with an opportunity to continue their learning along with earning options. (more…)
1. Physical activity
Physical exercise does not only keep muscles in tone, but also has a positive impact on the overall health of the brain, because intense movements improve the blood supply to the muscles and brain. Exercises when the head is below the heart are particularly effective (such as yoga postures).
2. Drinking water instead of coffee
Many studies show that a morning cup of coffee does not stimulate brain activity but on the contrary, makes people dumber! But if you replace it with a glass of water, the feeling of cheerfulness will be much longer. Drinking water on an empty stomach activates the entire gastrointestinal tract, and, in contrast to the hot, strong coffee, it doesn’t irritate mucous membranes, which in turn gives a sense of cheerfulness.
3. Scents can help focus
As a rule, people do not recognize smells well, which in fact help focus and give courage. Specialists advise to use aromatherapy scents of basil, rosemary, lemon balm, thyme, rose and lavender in situations where (more…)
For 80 years now we are told that the first self-replicating molecules appeared in the primordial soup in the Earth’s shallow waters, which happened 4 billion years ago. This “soup” was composed of amino-acids, polypeptides, and nitrogenous bases of nucleotides formed as a result of electrical charges, high heat and cosmic radiation.
However, the experiments to replicate similar processes have given mixed results: the basic monomers began to form substances that prevented the expected complexity to exist in this “soup” of polymers.
Later, the problem seemed to have been simplified by the “RNA world” hypothesis, but the probability of spontaneous formation of RNA, which wouldpossess catalytic properties, is very low. It is estimated that four billion years (more…)
Beethoven once said, “Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.” As it turns out, music enhances learning, too. According to a College Entrance Exam Board Service study, students involved in musical extracurricular activities scored 51 points higher on the verbal portion of the SAT exams and 39 points higher on math on the SAT exams.  Through this and other research findings, educators believe that music relaxes, soothes, and helps people concentrate better, making it the perfect study companion to diminish distractions and keep students learning.
In Don Campbell’s book The Mozart Effect, Campbell has condensed research on the topic to enlighten readers about how music affects their brain. (more…)