Naturalism. SuperHuman Technology. Basic Needs... HUMAN the movie. HUMAN, a film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand.
Turn on the Closed Captions (CC) to know the countries where the images were filmed and the first name of the interviewees. What is it that makes us human ? Is it that we love, that we fight ? That we laugh ? Cry ? In order to share this unique image bank everywhere and for everyone,HUMAN exist in several version : A theatre version (3h11) , a tv version (2h11) and a 3 volumes version for the web. CONTACTSOffice Yann Arthus-Bertrand : Yann2@yab.frProject manager: email@example.comHead of international screenings and distribution : firstname.lastname@example.orgFrench events and non-commercial distribution : email@example.com Official website HUMAN : For further contents, visit and share #WhatMakesUsHUMANWatch the full film from September 12 at All these shoots were carbon-offset through the GoodPlanet Foundation’s United Carbone Action program: Show less.
Fem myter om vad som skiljer människan från djuren. Cognition. Spirituality. THINKING WITH HANDS (36 min) We're beginning to question the idea of species – including our own. By Kate Douglas S.
Entressangle/E. Daynes/Science Photo Library HOMO SAPIENS likes to categorise. Putting things in boxes helps us understand the complexities of the world around us – until it doesn’t.
Photographer Takes Pictures Of Women Before, During, & After Orgasm – Here’s Why. The Facts:Two concerning clinical studies in four years show that Tylenol kills pain and human empathy.
This article was written by Sayer Ji, Founder of greenmedinfo.com where it was originally published, posted here with permission.Reflect On:Why do we continue to take such substances without questioning them, without even being aware that they're harmful? Why is it so hard to believe that they are and could be harmful and detrimental to our health in the long run? When will we learn? Synthetic, patented chemicals have profound unintended, adverse health effects which take decades to be recognize, long after exposed populations have suffered profoundly. The risks of these pharmaceuticals are sometimes several orders of magnitude higher than their natural alternatives. Now, a new study published last month in the journal Frontiers of Psychology, titled, “A Social Analgesic?
They further reported: The researchers hypothesized about the neuroanatomical mechanisms behind these findings: The 12 Biggest Life Secrets Forgotten By Mankind. Being forgetful is actually a sign you are unusually intelligent, according to scientific research - Ideapod. Lifehack. In 2011, the Finnish Tourist Board ran a campaign that used silence as a marketing ‘product’.
They sought to entice people to visit Finland and experience the beauty of this silent land. They released a series of photographs of single figures in the nature and used the slogan “Silence, Please”. A tag line was added by Simon Anholt, an international country branding consultant, “No talking, but action.”In 2011, the Finnish Tourist Board ran a campaign that used silence as a marketing ‘product’. They sought to entice people to visit Finland and experience the beauty of this silent land. They released a series of photographs of single figures in the nature and used the slogan “Silence, Please”.
Yale neuroscientists have debunked the idea that anyone's personality is normal. On Saturday, students and activists will rally in Washington, DC for the March For Our Lives to protest against gun violence.
Planning for the rally (and 800-plus others worldwide) began the week after a Feb. 14 school massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where a gunman killed 14 students and three educators. In the days that followed, student survivors quickly mobilized to form the #NeverAgain movement, and have emerged as national voices in the growing movement to reform US gun law. Here's the tiny human twig in the Tree of Life. Each Christmas, the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) gets a little bit festive, releasing a special edition filled with goofy research papers.
The science is real, but the topics are ridiculous. Last year, papers covered topics such as the origins of magic, how much James Bond really drank, and the physical responses to a public unicycler. This year, the highlight comes in the form of a paper led by a 15-year-old student Ben Alexander Daniel Lendrem, from the King Edward VI School in the UK, and his dad Dennis Lendrem, a statistician from the UK's Institute of Cellular Medicine, who studies the behaviour of human decision-making.
Support the creation of more videos like... - Sustainable Human. Human Behaviour. Descartes was wrong: ‘a person is a person through other persons’ According to Ubuntu philosophy, which has its origins in ancient Africa, a newborn baby is not a person.
Before European Christians Forced Gender Roles, Native Americans Acknowledged 5 Genders – The Indigenous American. It wasn’t until Europeans took over North America that natives adopted the ideas of gender roles.
For Native Americans, there was no set of rules that men and women had to abide by in order to be considered a “normal” member of their tribe. In fact, people who had both female and male characteristics were viewed as gifted by nature, and therefore, able to see both sides of everything. According to Indian Country Today, all native communities acknowledged the following gender roles: “Female, male, Two Spirit female, Two Spirit male and Transgendered.” “Each tribe has their own specific term, but there was a need for a universal term that the general population could understand.
Human Motivation. Consciousness. Humans as Superorganisms. How Microbes, Viruses, Imprinted Genes, and Other Selfish Entities Shape Our Behavior Abstract.
We Are Not Human Individuals. This Video Dispels Every "Nature VS Nurture" Myth You've Ever Heard. The Implications are Profound. Early Bird or Night Owl? It May Be in Your Genes. If no amount of coffee seems to help you feel fresh and alert in the morning, you may be able to blame your genes.
According to a new study by the genetics company 23andMe, the preference for being a "morning person" — someone who enjoys waking up early and going to bed early — rather than being an "evening person," who tends to stay up late at night and desperately reaches for the snooze button when the alarm goes off in the morning, is at least partially written in your genes. Researchers at the company found 15 regions of the human genome that are linked to being a morning person, including seven regions associated with genes regulating circadian rhythm — the body's internal clock. "I find it interesting to see how genetics influences our preferences and behaviors," said study co-author David Hinds, a statistical geneticist at 23andMe, a privately held genetic testing company headquartered in Mountain View, California. [7 Diseases You Can Learn About from a Genetic Test]