You may have most certainly experienced Deja Vu once in your life. But what is it exactly? This TED Education video by Michael Molina tries to explain the phenomenon.
You might have felt it — the feeling that you've experienced something before, but, in reality, the experience is brand new. There are over 40 theories that attempt to explain the phenomenon of déjà vu. Michael Molina explains how neuroimaging and cognitive psychology have narrowed down the theories that could explain that feeling you're having...again.
Brain aneurysms are usually asymptomatic before they rupture. That's why they're difficult to detect in the early stages. When brain aneurysms do rupture, it can result in seizures, confusion, headaches, or nausea. While you can't prevent brain aneurysms, there are some ways to incorporate healthier lifestyle changes to lower your risk. Read more
Bingo is a great way to keep yourself entertained while riding your bike, waiting at the doctor's office or just taking some time out during work. But sometimes it can be tough finding that perfect spot- you might think all bingos happen in open bingo halls which isn't true at all! They do take place also inside casinos; however these games usually have their own room with separate tables where participants play cards/ dice instead of betting on numbers like slot machines do (which makes sense considering how much quieter those noises tend come out). Read more
Modern Alchemy diamonds are a new type of lab-grown diamond that are said to be even better than natural diamonds. They are created using a process that replicates the conditions in which natural diamonds are formed, and as a result, they are said to be chemically, physically and optically identical to natural diamonds. Read more