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Do Wit and Intelligence Go Hand in Hand?

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Does an advanced sense of humor signify a higher level of intelligence? Get to know what scientists have to say on it in this post from Lifehack.org! We all have that one friend – the one who has such a quick wit, the one with a snappy hilarious comeback, the one who can have a room laughing with their one-liners and ... Read More »

8 Unexpected Benefits of Adult Coloring Books

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It turns out 4-year-olds are onto something: the benefits of coloring. We dare you to unleash your creative potential with adult coloring books. This post from Lifehack.org highlights how people who love coloring are happier and more creative. Recently, I attended a TEDx event, and as soon I walked inside the convention center, I noticed a large table with a ... Read More »

Microdosing Can Enhance Focus, Creativity and Stamina

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Microdosing is a revolutionary way of taking extremely small doses of psychedelics to enhance cognitive functioning, emotional balance, and physical stamina. This post from Peaceful Warriors extolls the virtues of microdosing, a lesser-known but increasingly popular way of using psychedelics. Micro-dosing is taking sub-perceptual (6-25 microgram LSD, 0.2-0.5 gram dried mushrooms, 50-75 microgram mescaline HCL) while keeping up with ones daily activities, engaging ... Read More »

Silicon Valley Turning to Psychedelics for Harnessing Creativity

Albert Hofmann, the chemist who discovered the psychedelic effects of LSD decades ago, believed tiny doses had potential as a safe replacement for certain addictive prescription drugs. IMAGE: via archive

Tech entrepreneurs are finding LSD and other mind-altering psychedelics to be surprisingly effective tools for improving their work. This post from Inc.com sheds light on how psychedelics help improve focus, creativity, and technical problem-solving. Psychedelic drugs like LSD and psilocybin, the active chemical in hallucinogenic mushrooms, are having a moment in the tech community. It is well-known that the godhead of technology and entrepreneurship, ... Read More »

Improve Your Intelligence by Changing Your Daily Routine

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Tweak your daily routine because it’s the small actions, taken every day, that add up over time to enrich your life and make you smarter. This post from Inc.com discusses how changing your daily routine can actually enhance your intelligence. The inner workings of the human brain are still one of humanity’s great mysteries. As neuroscience has advanced, we’ve learned ... Read More »

Why Many of the Creative Artists Are Neurotic

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Creative genius and neurotic thought patterns might have the same root cause, perhaps explaining why many artists are tortured souls. This post from Live Science investigates the truth behind creativity and neuroticism being two sides of the same coin. Sir Isaac Newton formulated the laws of gravity, built telescopes and delved into mathematical theories. He was also prone to bouts ... Read More »

Strangest Recorded Case of Chronic ‘Groundhog Day’ Déjà Vu

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Experts are completely baffled by the source of one young man’s ongoing 8-year “groundhog day” déjà vu time loop. This post from FEEL Guide discusses the possible sources of this chronic time loop that is causing painful anxiety to the man. Doctors and neurologists are completely baffled by a 23-year-old British man’s ongoing battle with a chronic “Groundhog Day” phenomenon ... Read More »

The Secrets Of A Creative Mind

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As we reach an era when actual brain studies can be performed, and where we can draw conclusions about what makes a person the way they are – or perhaps, who they are – it is noteworthy that creativity, genius, or highly-creative individuals have been portrayed as prone for being tormented, having issues and generally being closer to mental disorder. ... Read More »

What We Can Learn From Children

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The way children behave, act and think may seem immature and unproductive from the perspective of adults, but kids are actually more intelligent than we may realize. Children see the world differently from adults due to the fact that their mind hasn’t been polluted with biased and judgmental thoughts. As a result, their imagination has no limit, which is why ... Read More »