3000 Years Of Women’s Beauty Standards In A 3 Minute Video Beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder, but our idea of beauty over the past few decades has most definitely been programmed into us. Our youth are growing up with mass amounts of marketing around them, as they watch television and participate in life, they are constantly bombarded with a picture of “what is beautiful.” It’s a shame how our children grow up striving to achieve that particular look, and how they can be made to feel “ugly” if they do not fit the accepted model of what our corporations have defined as beautiful. As a result, our youth are not addressing their feelings and emotions, always being taught to look outside of themselves instead of within themselves for the answer. “If tomorrow, women woke up and decided they really liked their bodies, just think about how many industries would go out of business.” – Unknown It’s quite ridiculous when you think about it, because the programmed idea of beauty isn’t even real.
Weekend Nor'easter Mainly Rain for New York, Boston; Heavy Snow For Northern New England Timing the Incoming Nor'easter Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari forecasts the effect of the Nor'Easter rolling through this weekend. A nor'easter will develop off the East Coast Saturday, but it appears unlikely to deliver a wintry blow to the major coastal cities of the Northeast despite coming at what is typically the coldest time of year. A nor'easter is an East Coast storm named due to its predominant northeast wind direction preceding the storm. Mention the word "nor'easter" in January, and you're liable to induce some anxiety and dread.
Anatomical terms of motion In general, motion is classified according to the anatomical plane it occurs in. Flexion and extension are examples of angular motions, in which two axes of a joint are brought closer together or moved further apart. Rotational motion may occur at other joints, for example the shoulder, and are described as internal or external. I learned to tap into my subconscious to become a human lie detector I held my hands out straight and pressed my back up against the wall. My arms were parallel with the floor and my fingers were pointing outwards. I was instructed to close my eyes and focus on my breathing, as I had to activate my muscles so that my arms wouldn’t fall to my sides when she pushed down on them. She was going to ask me a question—I could choose to tell her the truth or not. To test out the legitimacy of the results and whether my ego was getting in the way of them, I was to begin by introducing myself to her, even though I’ve known her for quite a while. “My name is Aleksandra,” I said.
Anatomical terms of location Standard anatomical terms of location deal unambiguously with the anatomy of animals, including humans. Furthermore, the terms are not language-specific, so with little or no translation, they can be understood by all zoologists. While these terms are standardized within specific fields of biology, there are unavoidable, sometimes dramatic, differences between some disciplines. For example, differences in terminology remain a problem that, to some extent, still separates the terminology of human anatomy from that used in the study of various other zoological categories. Introduction
You’re Not A Bad Person: We’ve All Done Stupid, Hurtful Things – wehaveapples Think back to something you did that you feel guilty about. Close your eyes and picture yourself in the situation. Look at your face, your heart… Were you acting out of pain, confusion, or fear? Were you looking for love in all the wrong places? Were you broken, sad, or at a rough point in your life? Nerve Structures of the Spine Nerves control the body’s functions including the vital organs, sensation, and movement. The nervous system receives information and initiates an appropriate response. It is affected by internal and external factors (ie, stimulus). Nerves follow tracts and cross over junctions called synapses.
weather Giant Gas Cloud to Return in 30 Million Years Matt Sampson on a giant, invisible gas cloud that is hurtling towards us at 700 thousand miles an hour. But, no worries: it won't arrive for another 30 million years. A massive cloud of hydrogen is hurtling toward the Milky Way at close to 700,000 miles per hour, according to new research published in a recent edition of the Astrophysical Journal Letters. The Smith Cloud was discovered in the early 1960s by doctoral astronomy student Gail Smith, who detected the radio waves emitted by its hydrogen. Hubble Space Telescope observations suggest that the cloud emanated from the outer edge of the Milky Way some 70 million years ago.
100 Very Cool Facts About The Human Body The Brain The human brain is the most complex and least understood part of the human anatomy. There may be a lot we don’t know, but here are a few interesting facts that we’ve got covered. Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170 miles per hour. Ever wonder how you can react so fast to things around you or why that stubbed toe hurts right away? It’s due to the super-speedy movement of nerve impulses from your brain to the rest of your body and vice versa, bringing reactions at the speed of a high powered luxury sports car.The brain operates on the same amount of power as 10-watt light bulb. Anthony Demello - Wake Up To Life - NY86 Anthony Demello - Wake Up To Life - NY86 Type: Audio > Other Files: How To See An Aura: Learn To See The Hunan Aura Auras are an energy field that is present around every living creature and some inanimate objects. The aura is generated by the 7 major chakras and the 114 minor chakras in the human body. What Color Is Your Aura And What Does It Mean?
The Heart is not a Pump: A Refutation of the Pressure Propulsion Premise of Heart Function (The following article was published in the Fall-Winter 1995 issue [Volume 5, #1] of "Frontier Perspectives," the journal of the Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa.) THE HEART IS NOT A PUMP: A REFUTATION OF THE PRESSURE PROPULSION PREMISE OF HEART FUNCTION by Ralph Marinelli 1; Branko Fuerst 2; Hoyte van der Zee 3; Andrew McGinn 4; William Marinelli 5 1. Rudolf Steiner Research Center, Royal Oak, MI 2. Updated map of the human brain hailed as a scientific tour de force When the German neurologist Korbinian Brodmann first sliced and mapped the human brain more than a century ago he identified 50 distinct regions in the crinkly surface called the cerebral cortex that governs much of what makes us human. Now researchers have updated the 100-year-old map in a scientific tour de force which reveals that the human brain has at least 180 different regions that are important for language, perception, consciousness, thought, attention and sensation. The landmark achievement hands neuroscientists their most comprehensive map of the cortex so far, one that is expected to supersede Brodmann’s as the standard researchers use to talk about the various areas of the brain. Scientists at Washington University in St Louis created the map by combining highly-detailed MRI scans from 210 healthy young adults who had agreed to take part in the Human Connectome Project, a massive effort that aims to understand how neurons in the brain are connected.
The heart is just a pump, and the moon is made of cheese Do you need your brain? According to the Ancient Egyptians, you don’t. For them, it was just there to provide the stuff that runs out of your nose. When the time came to prepare a body for the most important journey it would ever make — the one to the next life — they scooped the brain out through the nostrils and threw it away. The heart, on the other hand, was a different matter. It was accorded loving reverence.