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 […]Read more "Sapiosexuality"
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 […]Read more "Eye-Gazing"
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 […]Read more "How Microwave Ovens Work?"
We perceive the world through our five senses – sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. Although they seem to work independently, as five distinct modes of perceiving the world, in reality they collaborate closely to enable the mind to better understand its surroundings. Generally, about all perception, we can say that a sense is what has […]Read more "The Truth About Pheromones and Essential Oils"
European culture is perceived as sexually liberated. It’s perfectly acceptable for both men and women to have casual sex when, how and with whom they desire. Sex is usually seen as a way to satisfy psychological needs – feel loved, feel wanted, feel attracting, feel satisfied and so on. I collected some sex traditions from all around […]Read more "How Different Cultures Perceive Sex"
Instagram users 80+M photos every day. Snapchat users share 8,796 photos every second. Facebook users post 350 million photos per day, and 4,501 per second. Every two minutes, humans take more photos than ever existed in total 150 years ago. But what essentially is a photo? In order to answer this question, let’s try to understand how cameras […]Read more "How Does Your Camera Work?"