Neuroscientists Re-Create Pink Floyd Song from Listeners’ Brain Activity

“These exciting findings build on previous work to reconstruct plain speech from brain activity,…” by Lucy Tu via Scientific American Image credit: Tumisu – PixaBay Researchers hope brain implants will one day help people who have lost the ability to speak to get their voice back — and maybe even to sing. Now, for the first time, scientists have demonstrated … Continue reading

Humans Don’t Hibernate But Do Need More Sleep in Winter

“…humans experience longer REM sleep in winter than summer and less deep sleep in autumn.” via SciTechDaily image: Claudio_Scott-Pixabay Analysis of patients undergoing sleep studies finds that people get more REM sleep in the winter. Whether we’re night owls or morning larks, our body clocks are set by the sun. Theoretically, changing day length and light exposure over the course … Continue reading

6 Strange Glitches in Reality that Actually Happened! (True Stories!)

Have you ever experienced a “glitch in reality”? Strange But True Stories! YouTube IF YOU ENJOY THIS SITE PLEASE TELL OTHERS ABOUT US…SHARING IS CARING Start the discussion, leave a comment below

Are We Able to Hear Loved Ones If We’re in a Coma?

In a recent podcast, “Michael Egnor on Whether People in Comas Can Think,” Robert J. Marks discusses with neurosurgeon Michael Egnor a difficult question many of us have had to ask: Am I heard? Or am I just doing this for myself? What can recent research tell us? A partial transcript follows. [Audio of the full interview can be found … Continue reading

Previously Unknown Part of the Human Brain Discovered; May be Unique to Humans

There is no doubt many things left to be discovered about humans and other animals, if only our focus was more on discovery instead of personal greed. via Earth-chronicles: Neuroscientists, carefully studying the human brain while working on a new neuroanatomical atlas, have discovered a previously unknown area, which may be only in humans. A new site was discovered by … Continue reading

Human Brain Found to Operate in 11 Dimensions

“We found a world that we had never imagined, said Henry Markram, director of Blue Brain Project. “There are tens of millions of these objects even in a small speck of the brain, up through seven dimensions. In some networks, we even found structures with up to eleven dimensions.” Swiss Scientists studying the brain using an advanced mathematical system have … Continue reading

Psychedelics Cause A Higher Conscious State; Confirmed By Brain Scans

Anyone who has tried psychedelic drugs knew it already, but scientists using brain scanning technology have found that yes, tripping does activate a ‘higher’ conscious state. According to a new study published by neuroscientists from the University of Sussex and Imperial College London, levels of neural activity in participants’ brains increased and became much more diverse while under the influence … Continue reading

Brain Hardwired to Respond to Others’ Itching

Itching is a highly contagious behavior. When we see someone scratch, we’re likely to scratch, too. New research from the Washington University Center for the Study of Itch shows contagious itching is hardwired in the brain. Some behaviors — yawning and scratching, for example — are socially contagious, meaning if one person does it, others are likely to follow suit. … Continue reading

Scientists Revive Dead Brains, Discover Key To Consciousness

Dreams and depictions of immortality can be found throughout human history. From Judeo-Christian ideas of Heaven and Hell to Hindu concepts of reincarnation, almost all religions and cultures have some iteration of eternal life found within their beliefs, folklore, or art. Let’s face it: who among us hasn’t at least once entertained the notion of living forever? While it could … Continue reading

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