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Life Is A Backpack!

Not very long ago, few could imagine that the backpack, of all things, would slide so neatly into the ranks of modern technological achievements. It’s one thing to pack a backpack with your items, and completely another to cram it with a dozen functional parts and operations. A kind of a Backpack Plus. Now let’s talk about it. The guys from Solamigo, based in New York, decided to create a backpack that, according to them, would absolutely disappoint a [...]

Night

4 AM, city's asleep Morpheus tightening his grip, Heavy eyelids, mind is weak Getting hard to even blink. It's all you - dark force of nature, You - a passionate wild creature, You - who showed me what's true love, Who protects me from above. You - who's my true inspiration, My black widow, my damnation, You're my cross I have to bear, And complain I will not dare. I'm your slave without a master, I just wish that [...]

Gaming and Sleep Deprivation

A passion for video games has affected the lives of many individuals, especially youngsters. Gaming is also a root cause of sleep deprivation. Although, for every gamer in the world, it is entirely worth it. Many research studies have been conducted showing that playing video games can negatively affect the quantity as well as the quality of a person’s life. How Can A Video Game Effect Sleep Cycle Many gamers will proudly compromise their sleep for their game however [...]

10 of the Amazing Benefits of Palo Santo

Palo Santo is known for being an incredibly fragrant wood that’s linked to good fortune. It’s burned as incense, and has notes of pine, lemon, and mint. Palo Santo is related to Frankincense, and its name in Spanish means “holy wood”. Palo Santo has a range of uses and benefits in both ancient and modern cultures. It’s become increasingly popular as more people turn to holistic therapies for both mental and spiritual help. Here are 10 of the amazing [...]

Nature sounds and Human brain

A study related to the well-being of humans by connecting to nature and environment refers to ‘Environmental Psychology.’ Environmental psychology believes that nature is significantly involved in the conduct and development of human beings. This type of study believes that nature contributes to the humans’ behavior, feelings, and even thinking to a large extent. Another research with the title of ‘Human-Nature Relationship and Its Impact on Health: A Critical Review,’ showed how nature is inter-connected with humans’ wellbeing, and [...]

Ganymede (Jupiter III)

Ganymede is the largest moon of Jupiter. It also happens to be the largest moon in our Solar System. Bigger than planet Mercury actually. It was discovered by Simon Marius in 1610, who named it Ganymede, after Zeus' cup-bearer. Its diameter is 5,268.2 km and it takes 7 days and 3 hours for it to orbit Jupiter. Ganymede's distance from Big J is 1.070 million km. Ganymede's core is iron-rich and liquid, it also has an internal ocean, [...]

maa semou

An incredible mix by equally incredible maa semou. maa semou is my inner light path leading me from the beginning of all lives to the next transformations for becoming something else : in musical form it's show itself like a natural leftfield with some textures of an acid and an ambient

Dopamine explained

Introduction to dopamine: Dopamine is a neurotransmitter which is produced in the brain. Primary production of dopamine occurs in midbrain consisting of a large number of dopaminergic neurons. The function of neurotransmitters is to chemically convey the information or messages from one neuron to other recipient neurons (target neurons). When the message has arrived at dopamine receptor neurons, these receptors either cause inhibition or excitation depending upon the type of information received. Effects of dopamine on the human body [...]

Io

If you've ever wondered where the actual hell could be located (if it were real), I'm here to tell you it would be in our Solar System. On Jupiter's moon Io, actually. It was named Io (which means "moon" in ancient greek) after one of Zeus' lovers. This little guy is packed with about 400 active volcanoes. In fact, it is the most active (volcanically) body in our Solar System. A total badass! It's a bit bigger [...]

Let’s mine the Moon

The Moon. My favorite cosmic object. What do we know about the Moon? Quite a lot in fact. We know that the Moon - Earth’s only natural satellite - was formed about 4.5 billion years ago as a result of collision between Earth and Theia. Theia was this gigantic Mars-sized object. Some call those “planetoids”. The Moon orbits the Earth, has a 29.5-day cycle, shows the same side to us (hence the conspiracy theories about the dark side of [...]

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