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Triangle puzzle

Triangle puzzle - How can this be true?

Triangle puzzle – How can this be true? Test your brain! The shapes in Figure 1 are identical to the shapes in Figure 2. The four parts below are moved around. When you move them, you get the mystery hole… From where comes this hole? The solution is shown in Figure 3. Lines AC and

Signs of dehydration (not just thirst)

Headache, Signs of dehydration (not just thirst)

Many of us do not even suggest that they are dehydrated because they do not feel thirsty. In fact, there are other signs that show you are dehydrated. Headache Your body constantly loses fluids which means that it loses important salts responsible for the complete blood count. Too little fluid can cause blood pressure’s decrease

Seven Myths About The Brain (video)

Seven Myths About The Brain

Each of us has heard that listening to classical music affects intelligence. This is just one of the myths that people believe in, which is totally wrong. We only use 10% of our brain. We use 100% of our brain, just not every part at once. We can learn from subliminal messages. In 1957 a

Controversial theory of human evolution

Controversial theory of human evolution

It is one of the most unusual evolutionary ideas ever proposed: humans are amphibious apes who lost their fur, started to walk upright and developed big brains because they took to living the good life by the water’s edge. This is the aquatic ape theory and although treated with derision by some academics over the

Vegetative patient Scott Routley says ‘I’m not in pain’

Scott Routley, 39, was asked questions while having his brain activity scanned in an fMRI machine

A Canadian man who was believed to have been in a vegetative state for more than a decade, has been able to tell scientists that he is not in any pain. It’s the first time an uncommunicative, severely brain-injured patient has been able to give answers clinically relevant to their care. Scott Routley, 39, was