Apple celebrates 40 years this week, a period in which the American brand has continued to be innovative, first in computers before revolutionising music players, smartphones, tablets and connected the watches. The company was officially founded on April 1st, 1976.
Men prefer brunettes or blondes? Usually it is said that the weaker sex prefers to own these: of course not talking about beer, but to girls. Some would even claim that men prefer blondes because they are stupid – and then, perhaps, on a par with the IQ of the boys. A vulgar stereotype and abused, but now a scientific study has completely reversed. Blondes are smarter blackberries.
According to the theory of the “savannah happiness”, the happiness of intelligent people is inversely proportional to the amount of social interactions. Clearly speaking, who he has a high intelligence quotient likes to be alone. The human evolution and adaptation to changes in lifestyle have taken us over the centuries to change not only physically, but also – and perhaps above all – socially.
What has Apple today? This is the most repeated question among technology enthusiasts within hours of the event of the company on the block. As always with Apple, and increasingly with other technology, secrecy is the general trend and hit the pools on what we do will be presented and no, it is a game of chance in which almost all means go.
A fault in the frontal lobe and cerebral cortex may be the cause of auditory and visual hallucinations, without the need for the use of substances. At least in Australia, such hallucinations affects on average one in every 20 people, showing flaws in their perception of reality by all the senses, although visual and hearing are the most common.
This is what was announced by the specialist of the Queensland Brain Institute, John McGrath, who explained that sometimes something goes wrong in the frontal-cortex lobe relationship, and the failure of perception or hallucination is generated, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) .
A group of scientists has developed meat in the laboratory from stem cells. The cardiologist and director of the company Memphis Meats, Uma Valeti, leads a research team that is reaping grown beef. It should be noted that the research group includes Valeti was formed in Mayo and dean Clinical Associate at the University of Minnesota, plus Nicholas Genovese, a biologist stem cell in partnership with Will Clem, a biomedical engineer and owner of a restaurant chain in Memphis.
We obviously wear the underwear for hygienic reasons. Dr. Alyssa Dweck, a gynecologist at Mount Kisco Medical Group Westcher, in New York, said in her essay that it is important not to wear underwear at night. As the same Dr. Dweck responds, if the genital area is constantly covered, especially from non-breathable fabric as some briefs on the market, the humidity tends to be concentrated at a single point, thus creating a breeding ground for bacteria who so love abides in us.