The wonderful and brilliant scientists over at theInstitute of HeartMath have done some amazing work in shedding a light on the science of the heart.
By Katherine Derla, Tech Times
For the first time, scientists developed brain scans of people who were high on LSD and saw how the psychedelic substance affects brain activity and connectivity. They found that LSD makes the brain more complete. Continue reading LSD Makes The Brain More Complete: Scientists
Theo Jansen’s “Strandbeest” sculptures are more like a species of artificial animals than a work of art. Their movements are incredibly life-like. Meaning “beach animals” in Dutch, Jansen’s creations move with the wind and are made with plastic tubes and lemonade bottles. In the future, he wants to equip them with artificial intelligence, so they know to avoid the water and not drown.
The golden ratio is the golden thread that weaves its way through the tapestry of creation, uniting diverse and contrasting elements into a harmonious whole. Continue reading The Golden Key by Jonathan Quintin
photo credit: Artist’s impression of The Tree of 40 Fruit. Sam Van Aken/Ronald Feldman Fine Art
The enchanted-looking tree above harbors a wondrous secret.
Using an ancient technique called “chip grafting,” artist and Syracuse University professor Sam Van Aken has carefully nurtured trees that can bear over 40 different types of stone fruits, including peaches, nectarines, apricots and almonds.
Episode 1: New Zealand’s freaky AI babies, robot exoskeletons, and a virtual you.
If you’re asked to travel to New Zealand to interview people about the country’s technology scene, prepare to hear about one thing over and over again:
This video explains the forward momentum of Time uniting quantum mechanics and classical mechanics into one unified theory. Modern physics is divided into two parts the quantum physics of probability and the classical physics of Newton with his laws of motion.