There are places in this world which are so incredible that all you can do is stare open-mouthed. Here are 15 such places which are nothing short of breathtaking. We’re determined to visit them all one day. Quite simply, fantastic!
Do you doubt your own intelligence? Here are 12 indications that you’re mistaken. The chances are you’ll recognize at least two of these things in yourself straightaway.
Those who have ever studied German still wince at the mention of its grammar rules. And for the rest of us, this language sound terrifying and looks even worse on paper. But despite its complexity, German is an interesting, unique, and incredibly cool language. And here are 16 proofs for it.
How many women do we know who changed the world and left their imprint on it forever? Brave, intelligent, compassionate, and strong, they didn’t fear the future.
In Japan, it’s usually women who show their affection and give gifts to men on Valentine’s Day. This tradition allows girls to express their feelings, and they don’t have to wait for the man to make the first move. In the Land of the Rising Sun, everyone normally makes a snowman with just two snowballs.
Our brain is amazing. It can help us to reach any peak, make our most cherished dreams come true, and achieve the most complicated goal. Yet, if we want it all, we should first understand the principles on which our brain works.
We’ve learned lots of ‘useful’ information from watching movies. For example, how to effectively shoot back at an enemy, and how to fly away in a spaceship through an asteroid belt. But the big screen misleads us a lot, so over the years many myths were created that we still believe.
We all know that alcohol and tobacco can cause us harm and that sport and a healthy diet are good for us. But there are additional day-to-day habits that we also automatically think of as healthy without ever thinking that it might not be the case.
As we go about our daily lives in the year 2016, fretting about the nearby future, especially with the U.S. elections coming up, it helps to step back and take a look at the bigger picture. We are living in what seems like an advanced civilization, but let’s not kid ourselves – we are still technological infants.
By Leslie K. John Robust social psychology research indicates that people lie—and lie often. One prominent study found that people tell, on average, one or two lies every day. Negotiators are no exception. Judging from studies done in 1999and 2005, roughly half of those making deals will lie when they have a motive and the opportunity to do so. Typically they see it as a way to gain the upper hand (although it can actually cause backlash and prevent the kind of creative problem solving that leads to win-win deals). Deception…