Anna
Anna is the founder and lead editor of the website Learning-mind.com. She is a psychology enthusiast who holds a bachelor's degree in social sciences. As a deep thinker and socially anxious introvert, Anna has devoted countless hours of her life to the analysis of human behavior and personality, the nature of introversion, the concept of belonging, and social anxiety. She explores these topics in her writings, hoping to help those who struggle with similar issues as she does. Anna also shares her insights into dream interpretation, the power of the subconscious mind, and the human brain's potential. Besides, she has an interest in amateur astronomy, so she sometimes writes about space exploration and the universe. Anna LeMind is the author of The Power of Misfits: How to Find Your Place in a World You Don’t Fit In, a book that aims to help all introverts, socially anxious people, and loners find their path in this loud, extroverted world. She has been featured on websites like The Mighty and Thrive Global. You can follow her on Goodreads, Twitter, and Linkedin.

Big Bang: What Did It Look Like?

It looks like we are getting closer to uncovering the origins of our universe. Scientists at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, used the Large Hadron Collider to generate a controlled mini-'Big Bang' to understand how it could have happened in reality. The aim of the experiment was to determine how exactly…

The Top 5 Most Mysterious Unexplained Phenomena

Often, strange and unexplained phenomena happen, and nobody, not even science, can explain it. There are numerous examples of phenomena, in relation to human beings, which are still impossible to explain. In our concrete world, these unexplained phenomena defy what we know as reality, considering most people have to see…

Positive Thinking Increases the Lifespan, a 40-Year Study Shows

If you believe that you are fine, then you have a reasonable chance of really feeling better for a long, long time. A 40-year study shows the correlation between positive thinking and lifespan. A study from psychologists at the University of Zurich shows that volunteers who reported that they were…

Mind-Reading Device Is Said to Convert Thoughts into Words

Neuroscientists have made another important step in "reading" the human mind. A mind-reading device is claimed to convert thoughts into words through monitoring of the brain waves that correspond to the silent speech or the inner dialogue that is constantly taking place in our minds. The group of researchers, led…