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Hope is a Signal Traveling Through Fat.

No hope exists outside our minds, unless it’s a pretty girl with a name Hope. Hope is a work of neurotransmitters transmitting signals from a neuron to a target cell across a synapse. And it all happens inside the fatty matter of brain. It’s surprising how humans … Continue reading

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Caption of the Week: Contest 5.

You know how when you fold your shirt air gets trapped in the folds? I was told it is very similar with our brain – more brain folds hold more intelligence. Unfold your brain today, shake out your intelligence trapped … Continue reading

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Caption of the Week: Contest 4.

My brain loves your brain, it wants to connect. When some day we are all linked in one Big Brain of Humanhood, sky will be the limit. For now, our brains have to be content by connecting through Caption Contest. … Continue reading

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Brainpower.

Some brains have so much power that one wonders if they get secretly connected to a nuclear power plant. My new set involves a brain: – Why the brain is on a wheel? And what’s that string attached to the … Continue reading

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Personal Story. Futility 3.

When I wake up in the morning the first thing I feel is excitement of  a “Queen Mary”-type ship coming into New York harbor. The journey through treacherous dark mist and shifting winds, the dodging iceberg nightmares is over and … Continue reading

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It all began here

Where do all things around us originate? I don’t mean things like trees, or ocean’s salty water, or French Alps, origins of which are getting lost in the debate involving Intelligent Design and statements made in the Most Printed Book … Continue reading

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