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Someone Scanned Fruits And Vegetables Under An MRI – Amazing

By Amanda Froelich Have you ever wondered what fruits and vegetables might look like if they were scanned underneath an MRI? Yes? Well, look no further! A project by Andy Ellison, an MRI technologist who works at the Boston University Medical School, reveals fascinating images of pears, bananas, and more under the machine. The Magnetic…

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These Yoga Mermaids Prove That Underwater Yoga is Truly Enchanting

By Heather Callaghan The real magic of the following yoga photos comes from one of the world’s greatest underwater photographers of all – Elena Kalis. Enchanting doesn’t begin to describe her unique photography that honestly takes you into another world. The underwater yogis below are wearing boho dresses in the low gravity that water provides making…

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The Darkside of Japan’s Cute Bento Box Craze

Op-ed by Heather Callaghan Are “cute” bento Box lunches driving Japanese women haggard? Once, I impulsively stated that everything about the Japanese culture is cute. This was before the kawaii craze (meaning “all things cute” – sometimes to a disturbing degree). Someone replied to my assertion with this single phrase: hari kari. Okay…agreed. Honor suicides…

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Italy Unveils Long Floating Walkway Across Lake Iseo, Free To Public

By Amanda Froelich Until July 3rd, this installation – which is free to the public – will allow visitors to experience what it’s like to walk on water. Anyone may walk on the water whenever they please – which, granted, could be a little risky – as “there are no tickets, no openings, no reservations…

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Art is Proven To Reduce Cortisol Stress – 12 Ideas to Get Started

By Heather Callaghan Recently we reported the good news that the so-called stress hormone – cortisol – lowers significantly after just 45 minutes of art creation. Attention: that includes any kind of art creation at any age or level of skill. Cortisol is a protective hormone released during “fight or flight” situations. Unfortunately, the modern life…

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Any Skill Level of Art Quickly Reduces Stress Levels

By Natural Blaze Cortisol lowers significantly after just 45 minutes of art creation, Drexel University finds… Whether you’re Van Gogh or a stick-figure sketcher, a new Drexel University study found that making art can significantly reduce stress-related hormones in your body. Although the researchers from Drexel’s College of Nursing and Health Professions believed that past…

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Google AI Writes Dark Poetry after Reading Romantic Books

By itninja After reading 3,500 books on love and love poetry, Google’s Artificial Intelligence wrote one of the creepiest poems. Creating Artificial Intelligence could not be complete without the robot being able to understand human-based emotions. But, how well Artificial Intelligence understands the emotions, is another aspect. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) of Google spoke with…

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Artivist Jil Love Tackles Chemtrails, Vaccines and Animal Rights

  By Brandon Turbeville Jil Love did not invent the concept of artivism but she is re-inventing it in a number of ways. For those who may be unaware, artivism is a unique brand of art that combines activism and art (art + activism equals artivism). Many artists have used graffiti, stencils, street art, spoken word…

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New Van Gogh Biopic is Completely Handpainted and It’s Breathtaking

By Heather Callaghan Loving Vincent is a film that seriously takes viewers through the life of artist Vincent Van Gogh by skillfully paying homage to his painting style right in its cinematography. There’s no better way to travel into his world then by witnessing each carefully painted frame. In fact, this movie is the very first feature film…

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