According to Guinness World Records, which seems a good authority, the solution is the Achaemenid Empire in 480 B.C. Also referred to as the Persia,… Read More »What Was The Largest Empire In World’s History ?
The quality & complexity of dreams appear to vary with our stages of sleep, consistent with a new analysis. Before the 21 century, we usually… Read More »Dreams Are More Complex Depending on What Stage of Sleep You’re In, Study Finds
Suddenly there’s a anomalous sound & cracking apartment floors. Mark Lenji, who works for US State-Department in Guangzhou, China, and his wife wake-up from sleep… Read More »Mysterious Disease Attacked US Diplomats In China
New research has analyzed brainwave patterns in both children & young adults while they wrote by hand and as they typed on keyboard. The results… Read More »New Study Finds Brain Activity Differences Between Handwriting And Typing
A “brain-eating“ amoeba has been found in water supply system of a Texas city where a 6-year-old boy recently died from an infection with the… Read More »Brain Eating Amoeba In Texas City Kills 6 Year Old Boy
Navigating through life requires balancing emotion & reason, a feat accomplished by the brain region “area 32” of the anterior cingulate cortex. Area maintains emotional… Read More »Area 32 : How Brain Balance Reason And Emotion
A physics student at the University of Queensland recently published a paper indicating they’d ‘squared’ the maths when it involves time travel. Not only should… Read More »Physicist Says You Can Do Time Travel But…..
Sophia The Robot won’t have a heart or brain, but it does have Saudi citizenship. As of Oct25, 2017, Sophia is that the first robot… Read More »Humanoid That Once Said It Would ‘Destroy Humans’
For more than 20 years, Metronome, which incorporates a 62 feet-wide 15-digit electronic clock that faces Union Square in Manhattan, has been one among the… Read More »New York Clock That Told Time Now Tells the Time Remaining