Throughout history there has been a large amount recorded and researched about those that have special abilities. A combination of the words ‘psi’ meaning mind and ‘kinesis’ meaning to move, psychokinesis is the ability to control the mind in such a way that makes it possible to move physical objects. There are two different categories… Continue reading Psychokinesis – Motion from the Mind
People with mental disabilities often find it difficult to function in the same way as those without one. Simple activities can require a significant effort, and conditions such as autism limit their communication and interaction abilities. This does not necessarily extend to all areas of their lives, and in many cases there are people with… Continue reading Savants – Extraordinary Intellect
Telekinesis is the rare ability to move objects without actually touching them. It is speculated that it is done by using the mind, hence the other term used interchangeably psychokinesis – which is derived from the Greek words ‘psyche’ meaning mind, spirit, soul and ‘kinesis’ meaning movement. Seen as a super human ability, telekinesis is… Continue reading Telekinesis
Evolution is the way in which an organism changes to ensure a greater chance of survival. In humans this can cause a person, or a group, to become more advanced than the rest of the species. Simple genetic mutations can even be overlooked, before being passed on to descendants, changing the way they live permanently.… Continue reading Superhumans – Evolution in the Making
As the internet expands, the knowledge about those with special abilities grows alongside it. These ‘superhumans’ use their skills to entertain and amaze others, and include: Zamora the Torture King Tim Cridland, aka Zamora the Torture King, is a former member of the Jim Rose Circus, and his body can withstand extreme pain. The ability… Continue reading Superhumans
Let us now enter into the modern-day world of magicians, witches, and evangelical Christians to find out where we stand now when it comes to magic. Magic in Today’s World While looking at the modern-day world, from movies, music, literature, and practices, magic has completely transformed its shape and adapted to the current preferences of… Continue reading History of Magic – Today
Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeat (CRISPR) is a revolutionary gene editing technology that enables efficient, accurate genome modifications, in a large number of organisms and tissues. The procedure was first identified in a prokaryotic defense system, and consists of sections of genetic code that contain short repetitions of base sequences, followed by spacer DNA… Continue reading Gene Editing
In modern times, the use and control of tiny matter (nanotechnology) has become increasingly important. It has many uses from developing sports equipment and medicine, to uses within the textile industry and even helping with energy. There are, however, some concerns about its use. The tiny matter is referred to as nanoparticles. These particles are… Continue reading Nanotechnology – science fiction today!
The idea of being able to make functional human organs, instead of waiting for uncertain donations, is not a new one. The demand for organs has always been higher than the supply, and there is the additional obstacle of the receiver’s body rejecting it even when a perfect match has been found. Research has facilitated… Continue reading Bioprinting – The Future of Organ Donations
Spiritual leaders have been claiming that the universe is a conscious being for many years. Physicist Gregory Matloff published a paper which suggests that this theory is possible, and science may be able to prove it. Matloff is a veteran at the New York City College of Technology and, even though his paper is unable… Continue reading Is the Universe Conscious?