Tag: brain

How Your Brain Perceives Time (and How to Use It to Your Advantage) Learn how your brain perceives time, and how to use it to your advantage. A big plus for this piece is the links to other points of view and research references. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Beyond Smart-People Who Outsmart Computers The principle character in this 47 minute video is Daniel, a savant who can recite pi to 22,000 plus decimal places, do complex mathematical computations in his head, and other fantastic feats. The central dramatic question in this presentation is: Can Daniel learn Icelandic, a nearly impossible language to learn […]

Pure Science Specials: Automatic Brain: The Magic of the Unconscious Mind Powerful visuals and interesting narrative, present the thesis that we are run by our unconscious minds, and our consciousness plays a weak second fiddle. [Read on if you don’t mind spoilers, otherwise watch the video first] A behavioral test with 4-year-olds who predict their […]

Mind Over Matter Science and Spirit meet in this 10-minute documentary. David Icke & Gregg Braden appear, Deepak Chopra’s unmistakeable voice is there, as well as some science types, all expressing harmony. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Water – The Great Mystery (Part 2). 41 minutes. Consider that we, and all living things, are bound by the commonality of being made up of mostly water. We are apparently able to connect with others at great distances, as scientific brain scans have demonstrated. Further, holy water demonstrates remarkable characteristics as compared to ordinary […]

5 brain hacks that give you mind-blowing powers. Who couldn’t use mind-blowing powers, at least now and then? Learn how to memorize lists the easy way, manage anger with your hand, and like that. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

5 ways to hack your brain into awesomeness. These might look like crazy ideas at first, but then so did the steam engine. I’m most intrigued by hallucinating with ping-pong balls, a radio, and a red light, which sounds like a hallucination in itself. It’s called the Ganzfeld procedure. Even though I’m itching to try […]

Futurist Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, says that by 2045 we’ll be scanning the content of our brains and uploading it to computers. According to Kurzweil, we will have no need of our bodies at all, because somewhere down the road we will get robotic bodies. Maybe, but I’d suggest that Kurzweil himself […]

If you’re looking to sharpen your mind try reading. It will improve your brain function, unleash passions, relieve stress and much more. Put down the remote and carefully pick up a book. It won’t bite you, I promise. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

First, your brain works fast and second, it moves slow. The fast mode might be giving you wrong answers. Learn how your brain works for free. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious