Neil Harbisson was born colorblind. He manages to overcome this “impairment” through an antenna implanted in his skull that allows him to “hear colors” (via bone conduction). Neil says that this has changed the way he perceives. He describes the process in an interesting way: he had to start byRead More →

It is worthwhile to see this satire. Professor Filip Filippovich Preobrazhensky implants a human pituitary gland and testicles into a dog named Sharik. Sharik evolved human… Filmed in 1988 by Vladimir Bortko and based on the novel (Собачье сердце) written in 1925 by Mikhail Bulgakov. (text in english) (imdb)Read More →

i’ll have to work on this for the next 2 weeks. and try to explain it 🙂Fractals and Cancer James W. Baish and Rakesh K. Jain Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 [J. W. B.], and Edwin L. Steele Laboratory, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital,Read More →

interesting! Yes, Running can make you high By GINA KOLATA Published: March 27, 2008 The New York Times The runner’s high: Every athlete has heard of it, most seem to believe in it and many say they have experienced it. But for years scientists have reserved judgment because no rigorousRead More →

The crowd, suddenly there where there was nothing before, is a mysterious and universal phenomenon. A few people may have been standing together-five, ten, twelve, not more; nothing has been announced, nothing is expected. Suddenly everywhere is black with people and more come streaming from all sides as though streetsRead More →