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So our team of palaeontologists and neurologists checked for the pineal foramen in more than 600 skulls. These were all found
What matters is that the individual himself accept the time and energy needed to metabolize and integrate the psychic change in order to continue with life in the present.
Conclusion: In truth, blind faith has the power to both save and kill. At times, a belief morphs to perceptible reality, as
We have all heard of REM sleep but what exactly are rapid eye movements and why do they occur?
There is a lot that goes into what seems like the "simple" act of reading. Our eyes need to see the print clearly, converge
Studies have shown that the brains of ballerinas may have actually adapted to effectively ignore the vestibular signal from their inner ears and that they can disconnect from the sensation of spinning due to the years they have spent practicing spins.
The school year has begun for children around the country, and a health issue that can affect their learning is ever-present. Nearly 80% of children's learning occurs through the eyes--reading, writing, and observing the world around them.
When you see someone yawn, you might yawn too and something else may also happen. You might shed a tear or two.
I know the eyes are fast. Our vision seems almost instant. But just how speedy are our eyes?
Even when we close our eyes, they are active. They are buzzing with the metabolism and regeneration of visual pigments. You can think of it as the TV not being shut off, but changed to a fuzzy picture.
Ever wonder how night vision goggles work? Most work by detecting and amplifying infrared light. We can't see infrared light but it's there. Trees and buildings give off low levels of infrared light. Humans and animals emit more.
Ever notice how they sometimes seemingly spin backwards? What's up with that? Well, I did a little digging and found that the phenomenon of car wheels appearing to spin backwards in movies is dubbed "The Wagon Wheel Effect."
"Her brothers are pretty amazing at the way they help to guide her around," Gwen Sila, the veterinary ophthalmologist who
The exchange on the Senate floor came several hours after The Hill reported that Paul’s presidential campaign ceased selling
If you tuned into the first 2014 Winter Olympics primetime broadcast on NBC Thursday (Feb. 6), you may have noticed that host Bob Costas was looking a little wonky in one eye.
Justice Alito Rolls His Eyes During State Of The Union Address
Scientists have discovered a previously unknown layer lurking in the human eye. The newfound body part, dubbed Dua's layer, is a skinny but tough structure measuring just 15 microns thick, where one micron is one-millionth of a meter and more than 25,000 microns equal an inch. It sits at the back of the cornea, the sensitive, transparent tissue at the very front of the human eye that helps to focus incoming light, researchers say.
Follow us @livescience, Facebook& Google+. Original article on LiveScience.com. By: Live Science Staff Published: 06/12/2013