You Tell Your Brain What To Do

Many think of the brain as an organ that processes thought and various external stimuli. Although this is very true, we are overlooking the most important component of the human mind. The mind in this case is NOT the brain and the same is true for perception. Whenever you hear a sound, feel a touch, or see something, the glands …

Imaginary Numbers are used in Higher Mathematics

Well what do we know? In the higher branches of Mathematics, Imaginary numbers are used to solve equations and thus produce ideas! The famous example of how this works is done with the number -25 (negative 25) Well there is no square root for -25. 5×5= 25 and -5x-5 also =25. So in order for -5 to be the square …

Can DNA affect Light?

In a very popular research study entitled The Phantom Effect, DNA was put into a vacuum with Photons which are light particles also known as the Messenger Particle.  The photons by themselves inside of the vacuum appeared in random sequences. When DNA was introduced to the vacuum, the photons took on the shape of the DNA. When the DNA was removed from …

Inside Out

Pixar’s movie Inside out is simply brilliant and is a must see.  Riley the main character has to contend with 5 emotions all within her brain. Joy- The happy emotion  Sadness- The Sad Emotion  Disgust- The emotion of dislike  Fear- The emotion of fear  Anger- The emotion of anger  Notice how Joy is the only happy emotion within Riley’s brain which suggest that 80% …

Empathy Neurons

Neurons: cells that transmit nerve impulses. In humans, when we observe someone doing something, the neurons in our brain respond as if we are doing the act ourselves thus the term mirror neuron.   Mirror Neurons are also known as empathy neurons. Empathy being defined as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. This explains the process of …

Can you control your stress? HPA Axis unveiled

When seeking to understand the inner dynamics of your mind, we come to a very interesting trio; The HPA Axis, which consist of the Hypothalamus, Pituitary, and Adrenal glands. Their individual functions are as follows: Hypothalamus: A gland in the midbrain that is responsible for creating a chemical record of whatever you are experiencing. These chemicals are often called releasing …