What is The Sound of Clara Rockmore?

Today Google honored Clara Rockmore and her 105th birthday with an online theremin. Clara Rockmore is famous for her ability to make music from thin air. Trained from a young age as a violinist, Rockmore ultimately gave up the violin for theremin, a gesture-controlled instrument named after its inventor, Léon Theremin. Not only did Rockmore become […]

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March, 8 – What Are We Celebrating?

Today is March, 8, known in some parts of the world as International Women’s Day. The holiday celebrates the respect, appreciation, and love towards women for women. However historically, the Women’s Day was meant to recognize struggles of working-class women and praise their social achievements. An annual “international women’s day” was first organised by the German political activist […]

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Sapiosexuality

Intelligence is the new sexy. If you are giving extra points for person who can speak a few languages fluently, able to put comma in the right place, or knows how the spaceship navigates, or you are sapiosexual. According to Diana Rabb, a Ph.D. in transpersonal psychology: “The brain is the largest sex organ. Those who admit […]

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Eye-Gazing

Why do we lose the sense of romance in love? Why is it so difficult to sustain relationships after the initial obsessive phase wanes?  It looks like a pretty obvious fact that after awhile the scorching heat between a couple starts to cool down.  That’s because our brain works so that we get motivated by novelty, not steady […]

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How Microwave Ovens Work?

It is now the moment for me to proudly confess that the last 10 years I survived without a microwave. When someone happened to ask me why, I never had a solid answer for that. But now I know. How Microwave Ovens Work? They work by bombarding the food with electromagnetic radiation in the microwave frequency […]

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