Inside the Superhuman World of the Iceman

To me, God is cold. You could say that I think of the cold as a noble force. It’s just helping me. It’s training me. It’s bringing me back to the inner nature the way it was meant to be. And there’s a way I do not only endure, the cold, I love the cold.>>We live in a world where…

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Things That Go Bump in Your Brain: 4 Scientific Explanations for Ghosts

[♪ INTRO] It was a dark and stormy night, and the SciShow team was working late into the night on the newest episode. As they toiled late into the evening, they started to notice… peculiar things. There were sounds, was it a voice? And the shadows flitting just out of view. It was then they finally came face to face…

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A Brain Food Prescription from the Farmacy: Drew Ramsey at TEDxBloomington

Translator: lisa thompson Reviewer: Peter van de Ven I brought this kale plant to share with you this morning, from our farm down in Southern Indiana, where I grew up. Today, I’m a psychiatrist in New York City, where I take care of my patients and their brains. You could say it has been a trip from farm to pharma.…

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What If You Had A Second Brain?

The brain. Every time you think, feel, or perform a multitude of unconscious processes, the 100 billion neurons in your skull conduct electrical signals to communicate and carry messages between them, ultimately creating, well – YOU…and everything you do. It’s the most complex, essential and identifiable organ in the body, acting as the center of the nervous system in all…

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What a planet needs to sustain life | Dave Brain

I’m really glad to be here. I’m glad you’re here, because that would be a little weird. I’m glad we’re all here. And by “here,” I don’t mean here. Or here. But here. I mean Earth. And by “we,” I don’t mean those of us in this auditorium, but life, all life on Earth — (Laughter) from complex to single-celled,…

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How Video Games Change Your Brain

When I’m playing Assassin’s Creed or Call of Duty, my brain is totally absorbed in this virtual environment. But what happens to my brain when I come out of it? Is it different? This WEEK, we humans will spend 3 billion hours playing video games; 1.2 billion people play regularly… 99 percent of boys and 94 percent of girls under…

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Adolescent Brain

Teenagers. They’re known for getting up late, avoiding homework and being melodramatic. Hormones often get the blame but they’re not the only factor at play. They’re just part of the incredible transformation going on inside the teenage brain. And by understanding that transformation, teachers can help teenagers as they transition into adulthood. Changes in two important systems in the brain…

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السكيزوفرنيا – خرمولوجية

Welcome, everyone, to Khormologia! In today’s episode of “The science behind the movie”, we’re going to discuss “A beautiful mind”. A movie about the life of John Nash, an expert in Maths and Economy. Our movie doesn’t talk about the Mathematical achievements this guy reached. Instead, it’s a biography on his life, which is pretty impressive. The biography shows a…

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