The phenomenon of selective attention was convincingly demonstrated several years ago in an experiment called “The Invisible Gorilla.”3 In this experiment, observers were asked to watch a short video of six people passing basketballs to each other and to count how many times the balls were passed. During the video, someone wearing a gorilla suit … Continue reading 6 Habits of Hope, by Kate Davies | DailyGood
Chernobyl Legacy; A Different Race of Children by Paul Fusco
Over twenty years have passed since the meltdown at Chernobyl. Paul Fusco faces the dark legacy of the modern technological nightmare that continues to plague those exposed to its destructive radiation; the children. Take a tour with Paul and visit the children in Belarus at his website, and/or watch the video above. http://inmotion.magnumphotos.com/essay/chernobylPaul asked if … Continue reading Chernobyl Legacy; A Different Race of Children by Paul Fusco
Seals, Walruses, Polar Bears And Fish Suffering From Fukushima Radiation Caused Effects?
It seems that no one can find out what is causing lots of seal, walrus, and polar bear deaths, which started happening in late 2011. What happened in 2011, that could cause massive amounts of skin lesions, organ and gland lesions, hair loss and death of large mammals that are on the top of the … Continue reading Seals, Walruses, Polar Bears And Fish Suffering From Fukushima Radiation Caused Effects?