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The English have a rhyme popular since the 19th century: sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never break me. It is often cited in various books and songs as a kind of “spell” to protect against insults and verbal bullying. However, are we really immune to words?

Huxley - 08.02.2022
Science

A study of the rituals of various human communities shows that whirling is a specific technique for the physical and mental coverage of space. The circle itself does not have any given properties for it. But as soon as movement begins in it, everything changes dramatically, something similar to the “exploration of space and time” takes place

Huxley - 03.02.2022
Science

A hundred years ago, Nobel laureate Edgar Adrian managed to establish a close relationship between breathing and brain wave activity by studying ordinary hedgehogs. Further, it was found in the brains of other animals and humans. For ancient cultures, breathing was directly related to the quality of life and thought. Modern research only confirms the centuries-old wisdom of our ancestors.

Huxley - 01.02.2022
Science

New Zealand scientist James R. Flynn found that our level of intelligence increases over time. Between 1932 and 1978, the IQ rose by 13.8 points, about 3 points every decade. It is estimated that if such dynamics continue, then by 2300 the average human intelligence will reach 200 – today it is considered an indicator of genius

Huxley - 27.01.2022
Science

Scientists argue that a family consisting of several generations is more successful in evolutionary terms. In fact, grandmothers and the evolution of the family and human communities are in a very complicated relationship

Huxley - 25.01.2022
Science

“Dear conscience, where are you hiding?” – such a question was asked in one of his songs by the famous bard Alexander Dolsky. Today, science has found the answer to this question. Conscience is not only what distinguishes us from animals. It is directly related to the formation of personality, with our personal usefulness

Huxley - 18.01.2022
Science

We are tired of listening to colleagues’ complaints about the impossibility of obtaining the information necessary for work, about the closed nature of research. And we did something radically: laid out our base, just to see what would happen. The world has not collapsed! And I would like to hope that he becomes a little better from the fact that we allow others to use our work

Viktor Halasiuk - 13.01.2022
Science

Anger is a purely human trait that distinguishes it qualitatively from animals. But is it a good adviser for our mind? To what extent, guided by anger, can one make an effective choice between truth and lies?

Huxley - 11.01.2022
Interview

On the intricacies of helping people, the influence of music on the world around us and how the main psychological directions differ from each other

Huxley - 06.01.2022
Science

Genetics is now a very promising field, attractive and attractive. It develops so rapidly and dynamically that people who have devoted years of research to it do not have a great competitive advantage in comparison with newcomers, everything changes hourly, you literally have to “run along with the train.”

Viktor Halasiuk - 30.12.2021
Science

Economic inequality is a problem that has accompanied humanity throughout history. We know that it underlies the functioning of the institution of private property. This is the main driving mechanism of capitalism – the social formation in which you and I live. However, the Club of Rome report defines social and material inequality as a global threat. So what is the right way to deal with inequality?

Huxley - 28.12.2021
Science

The man himself called himself “reasonable”, believing that it is reason that distinguishes him from the “lesser brothers”. But, the further science advances in the study of the cognitive characteristics of animals, the more it becomes convinced of the existence of some biological foundations of human consciousness and thinking

Huxley - 21.12.2021

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