14.5.17

17 Photos That Will Amaze Your Mind And Make You Say Whhoooaaa!

source: dailybuzzlive

Photography is an art that keeps us intrigued with places and things we might not have ever seen.
Without it, all we would know is what is within our reach.

With that in mind, we have put together 17 photos so amazing, that they will shock your mind and soul!

Check out the photos below that will have you saying whhoooaaa!
17 Photos That Will Amaze Your Mind And Make You Say Whhoooaaa!


















7.5.17

Seven Body Language Tricks To Make Anyone Instantly Like You

source: lifehacker

There is no question that body language is important. And, according to Leil Lowndes in her book How To Talk To Anyone, you can capture — and hold — anyone's attention without even saying a word. Here's how: 

"Don't flash an immediate smile when you greet someone," says Lowndes. If you do, it appears as if anyone in your line of sight would receive that same smile. Instead, pause and look at the other person's face for a second, and then let a "big, warm, responsive smile flood over your face and overflow into your eyes". Even though the delay is less than a second, it will convince people your smile is personalised for them. 

Sticky Eyes

"Pretend your eyes are glued to your conversation partner's with sticky warm taffy," Lowndes advises. Even after they've finished speaking, don't break eye contact. "When you must look away, do it ever so slowly, stretching the gooey taffy until the tiny string finally breaks." This technique will help you appear more intelligent and insightful. You can also try counting your conversation partner's blinks. 

Epoxy Eyes

In a group of people, you should watch the person you are interested in, no matter who else is talking. If you concentrate on that person even when they are simply listening, you show that you are extremely interested in his or her reactions.

The Big-Baby Pivot

People are very conscious of how you react to them. When you meet someone new, turn your body fully toward them and give them undivided attention. Lowndes says, "Pivoting 100 per cent towards the new person shouts, 'I think you are very, very special.'"

Limit the Fidget

If you want to appear credible, try not to move too much. "Do not fidget, twitch, wiggle, squirm, or scratch," Lowndes says. Frequent hand motions near your face can give your listener the feeling that you're lying or anxious.

Hang By Your Teeth

This visualisation trick will help you look more confident with your posture. Visualise a leather bit hanging from the door frame and pretend that you are taking a bite on the dental grip, and let it sweep your cheeks into a smile and lift you up.

Hello, Old Friend

When you first meet someone, imagine they're your old friend. According to Lowndes, this will cause a lot of subconscious reactions in your body like softening of your eyebrows. An added benefit to this technique is that when you act as though you like someone, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy — you might really start to like them.




30.4.17

5 Most Mind Blowing Tattoos In History That Create Optical Illusions

source: dpaki

The tattoo art has gained more and more popularity among young people throughout the world. These are 36 insanely unimaginable 3D tattoos that create optical illusions. We’re pretty sure that you will enjoy them!








23.4.17

What You Need to Know About People Who Never Want to Have Sex

source: Viralitytoday


For a non-trivial number of people, abstinence is not only the best policy, it's the only one.


Do asexuals read romance novels? Watch pornography? Read stories with oversexualized, click-bait headlines? These are the kinds of mysteries that even a devoted fan of the famously sexless Sherlock Holmes would love to have investigated. 

And though it may not be elementary, dear Reader, thanks to a decade’s worth of new research into asexuality, we no longer need a Sherlock Holmes to deduce the answers.

1% of the general population is asexual.

In a new review article and in his recent book Understanding Asexuality, Anthony Bogaert, a psychology professor at Brock University and a leading authority on asexuality, goes over some of the key insights scientists recently have learned on the subject, including why asexuality is so important for understanding the broader spectrum of human sexual behavior.

Humans are hardly alone in the animal kingdom when it comes to sexual variability.
Researchers, for example, often classify lab rodents as being “studs” or “duds” according to their levels of sexual interest.

“Duds,” however, is a serious misnomer when it comes to asexuals.
Their equipment works just as well as anyone else’s does. 
They do, however, demonstrate lower levels of sexual desire. “As one might expect,” Bogaert tells OZY, “asexual people fantasize at a lower rate than sexual people. Indeed, a significant percentage have never fantasized.”


More research on masturbating asexuals is required. Those poor souls.

Another somewhat unexpected finding is that many asexuals do want romantic relationships. “They want many of the nonsexual aspects of a relationship,” says Lori Brotto, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of British Columbia, “which often includes physical activity like cuddling and intimacy, but it is not connected at all to feelings of wanting sex.” Indeed, next to the romantic comedy, asexuality research has probably done the most for decoupling romance and sex, which some neuroscience studies now suggest are the product of different processes in the brain.
And in a realm of science focused largely on couplings, it is such decouplings that make research on asexuality so important.

16.4.17

Incredible Photos You Won’t Believe Are Not Photoshopped

source: Bored Panda

The Thousandth of a Second
Levels of Sunset

Amazing Photograph of a Plane
This Is a Single Photo
Wheat Field Next To A Lavender Field
Lava that looks like a pile of bodies
Sutro Tower in San Francisco
Man feeding Swans in Winter