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My State of Consciousness: Lucid Dreaming | Habiba Awada | TEDxPhoeniciaU

While we are mostly unaware of our nightly dreams while we dream, Tim Post has trained countless individuals around the world to attain dream awareness in dreams. Remarkably, “lucid” dreamers can learn to consciously reshape their dreams while dreaming and … Continue reading

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Why Japan Isn’t Cutting Down Enough of its Trees

Life Where I’m From Go to https://teamtrees.org and lets get some trees planted! #teamtrees I started off making this nice video about how Japan got its forests back through afforestation. Then I did too much researching on the Internet and … Continue reading

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What It’s Like To See 100 Million Colors

SUBSCRIBE Concetta Antico is an artist with a superhuman power: she can see up to 100 million colors, a hundred times more than the average human. She is a tetrachromat: a person with four (instead of three) photoceptors in their … Continue reading

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This Is How Birds See The World As Compared To Humans And It’s Pretty Amazing

For many years, people were in the dark about how other animals see. Thankfully, recent scientific researches have revealed an amazing world of vision diversity across the animal kingdoms. For example, a dragonfly’s brain works so fast that it sees … Continue reading

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Some corals ‘killed’ by climate change are now returning to life | New Scientist

Warm water can leave corals looking dead – but in some cases polyps still survive deep in the coral skeleton and in time they can return the coral to life More: Some corals ‘killed’ by climate change are now returning … Continue reading

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Why lightning strikes twice as often over shipping lanes — scoreit.online

Enlarge John Fowler / Flickr For all the progress humanity has made since Odysseus had a spot of trouble on a long voyage home, life on the high seas remains a largely joyless affair. Twenty-first-century sailors spend weeks away from … Continue reading

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Growing electricity. — Hmmstudio

Sometimes you watch or read something that makes you go, wow. Sorry humans, but we did not invent electrical networks. These living growing multi-cellular micro-organisms are literally electricity and it doesn’t stop there, these 2cm tiny electrical pulses can link … Continue reading

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A Dreaming Octopus’s Imagination is Revealed in Her Color-Changing Slumber

A recent documentary from PBS includes a fascinating clip of an octopus changing colors while sleeping. The marine biologist involved in Octopus: Making Contact thinks that the sea creature was dreaming about hunting, which sparked the color shift to a camouflaged … Continue reading

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Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds

LifeHunters We asked three centenarians what their most valuable life lessons were, and also their regrets. The conversations that followed were remarkable. They talked about the importance of family, people, relationships and love. Their view on life, as an elderly … Continue reading

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Lightning Scribbles Across the Sky in Dramatic Footage of Extreme Storms Around the U.S.

Arizona-based storm chaser and videographer Dustin Farrell just released “Transient 2”, the sequel to his 2017 film. For roughly three and a half minutes, the skies open up to reveal flashes of lightning and billowing clouds rolling across open plains. … Continue reading

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