In a first for Africa, a Nelson Mandela Bay amputee with passion and compassion is developing cheaper, more comfortable socket liners for other people with prostheses
Dr. Krasnoff confirms that binaural beats live up to the marketing claims associated with the phenomenon, they are transformative, and they produce physical and psychological healing. In a podcast interview recently held between Dr.Krasnoff and the IAWAKE Technologies founder and developers, she reveals her findings.
Strange as it may seem, and contrary to common knowledge, we all “meditate” a little each day. We do this by drifting into a state of daydreaming and being absent minded. Have you noticed that when you are daydreaming your body relaxes, your breathing slows, and your mind is calm? Well, hullo there, you are entering the first stage of meditation; the Alpha state.
Sam J Basch
It took a huge container ship stuck in the Suez Canal last month to focus the mind on the sea route around the Cape of Good Hope. This historic route between west and east was opened by Portuguese mariners Bartolomeu Dias and Vasco da Gama more than 500 years ago. In 1988 a similar voyage was recreated in commemoration of that maritime feat.
By Sam J Basch
As the unmanned rover Perseverance landed on the red planet last month, its tiny Mars helicopter will “test powered flight on another world for the first time.”
On earth, the Wright brothers pioneered powered flight more than a century ago. Since then, aviators have broken the sound barrier by flying faster than sound and astronauts have ventured far, to walk on the moon. In time, humankind will go even further, to live on another planet.
How astonishing has been the achievements in aviation – in a fraction of time?
Jotus Remus spiders woo their mates in a dance ritual guaranteed to get a favourable response. Waving their ‘heart-shaped’ paddle in a courtship ritual charms their boos ensuring a receptive female.