Scientists Have Invented a Mind-Reading Machine That Visualises Your Thoughts


Although the technology still has some way to go, early work reveals that, in the not too distant future, we may be able to send pictures with our thoughts.

If you think your mind is the only safe place left for all your secrets, think again, because scientists are making real steps towards reading your thoughts and putting them on a screen for everyone to see.

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A powerful US group pulls strings over UFO issues

CHENNAI: Last week we discussed Obama’s legal counsel John Podesta’s failed attempts to bring about disclosure of UFO files. In order to understand what power prevented him and how it come into existence we must travel back to 1947 when President Harry Truman appointed a committee of 12 men to look into the UFO phenomenon and advise him on what course of action to be undertaken.

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Sweetest Ad Shows Why SeaWorld Is Bad For Orcas

One company is standing up for orcas in the sweetest way.

Munchkin, a maker of children’s products, has manufactured a top-selling orca bath toy for the past 10 years. However, they recently decided to stop selling the toy in symbolic support of SeaWorld’s captive orcas because “a bathtub just isn’t big enough for an orca.”

And to announce the decision, they created an ad that perfectly captures the relationship that children should be having with these animals instead.

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Artist Spends 14 Years Photographing The World’s Most Ancient Trees


Beth Moon is a photographer based in San Francisco that has spent the last 14 years traveling to remote regions of the globe in order to capture photographs of the world’s oldest standing trees. Magnificent and otherworldly, the entire photographic collection has been published in a book titled Ancient Trees: Portraits Of Time. Below is a preview from the breathtaking collection.

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