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Science Explains The Effects Money Has On Your Brain & Emotions
“Once we started using money, we found very reliable activation in these emotional circuits. This suggests that it’s not just sex, it’s not just drugs, it’s not just food that activates these circuits, money also activates these circuits and it does so very powerfully.” Could the fact that an ancient part of our brain gets […]Read More
Thanks for visiting this site everyone! According to World View, there are currently 195 countries on this planet & according to my analytics 143 countries visited Solarey.net. This site seems to peek some interest in people & most nations. To get this many views in less than a week from all over the world is great to […]Read More
Africa’s Mega City?
So let’s look at how this megacity is trying to modernize. The biggest challenge Nigeria faces is a population pyramid that’s overwhelmingly bottom heavy. 61% are younger than 25—that’s a lot of jobs to create and houses to build in the coming years. Thanks for sharing! Govt approves $1.488bn for Lagos … – Premium Times […]Read More
Science Explains The Attraction To The Hour Glass Shape
A common aim is to identify specific features that possibly evolved as signals indicating mate breeding potential. Several cross-cultural studies have already determined that men from all countries and from all races tend to find hourglass-shaped women more appealing. Even from ancient times, women with larger, curvier hips have been associated with fertility, and so, strictly […]Read More
Women Outperform Men When Identifying Emotions?
Evolutionary psychologists have suggested that females, because of their role as primary caretakers, are wired to quickly and accurately decode or detect distress in preverbal infants or threatening signals from other adults to enhance their chances at survival. –Models Ebony Anderberg, Malika & Chelsea Dleah. Women are better than men at distinguishing between emotions, especially fear and disgust, […]Read More
Seeing Color For The First Time
Color blindness affects millions of people worldwide. Most men are color blind, It affects 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women. CVD (Color Vision Deficiency) can be acquired, but most are inherited genetically. The genes that influence the colors inside the eyes, called ‘photopigments,’ are carried on the X chromosome. If these genes are […]Read More
What is happening inside your brain when you feel hatred?
Hate involves both the interior, primitive parts of the brain? Our capacity for intense dislike of others of our species may date back as far as 150,000 years. When subjects saw someone they hated, most of the frontal cortex remained active. The more intensively a person said that he or she hated another person, the […]Read More
Monaco’s Baroness Cecile de Massy
Baronness Cecile de Massy, wife of Baron Christian Louis de Massy, son of the late Princess Antoinette of Monaco, and cousin of Prince Albert of Monaco. She is of Caribbean descent. Cecile is the highest ranked black person in Monaco. She is the patroness of Ladies Lunch Monaco. Among its activities, she is also Vice-President […]Read More
Controversial Theory Of Ancient Earth’s Equator?
Charles Hapgood advocated the Earth crust displacement theory in a book entitled The Path of the Poles. Hapgood supported this theory with geomagnetic and carbon dated evidence. In a book entitled When the Sky Fell, Rose and Rand Flem-Ath also advocate the Earth crust displacement theory, with additional geological and archaeological evidence. Both of these […]Read More
Science: DNA Of Your Ancestors
The quest to understand who we are and where we come from has long depended on family lore. But when few relatives or traces of history are available, the search can leave the seekers feeling lost. Now, consumer genetics companies are stepping in where families can not. Popularized by US and British television shows featuring […]Read More
Science Explains How Poverty Changes Your Brain?
Poverty-related concerns consume mental resources Poverty Impedes Cognitive Function. The poor often behave in less capable ways, which can further perpetuate poverty. We hypothesize that poverty directly impedes cognitive function and present two studies that test this hypothesis.” Burden of Poverty Lacking money or time can lead one to make poorer decisions, possibly because poverty imposes […]Read More
What is blogging?
On 16 February 2011, there were over 156 million public blogs in existence. On 20 February 2014, there were around 172 million Tumblr and 75.8 million WordPress blogs in existence worldwide. According to critics and other bloggers, Blogger is the most popular blogging service used today. However, Blogger does not offer public statistics. Technorati lists 1.3 million blogs as […]Read More
Astronaut: Jeanette J. Epps
She will be the first black female astronaut to board the International Space Station. Jeanette Jo Epps is an aerospace engineer and NASA astronaut. Miss Epps, a former CIA staffer, says her career direction was inspired by an early admiration for astronaut Sally Ride. On January 5, 2016 NASA announced that Epps is set to become […]Read More
Egyptian Goddess Amunet
Amunet also spelled Amonet or Amaunet) was a primordial goddess in Ancient Egyptian religion. She is a member of the Ogdoad and the consort of Amun. Her name, meaning “the female hidden one”, was simply the feminine form of Amun’s own name. It is possible that she was never an independent deity, as the first mention of […]Read More
Astronaut: Joan Higginbotham
The 3rd black woman to go in to space, after Mae Jemison and Stephanie Wilson. Joan Elizabeth Higginbotham is an American engineer and a former NASA astronaut. She flew aboard Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-116 as a mission specialist. Thank you for sharing! Higginbotham began her career in 1987 at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Florida, as […]Read More
Africa is the second most populated continent in the world?
With around 1.2 billion people, or estimated 15% of the world’s population, Africa is the second most populated continent in the world. There are 1250-3000 native languages. It contains 54 fully recognized sovereign states (countries) & hosts a large diversity of ethnicities, cultures and languages. Obviously this chart is not counting the African descendants out side the […]Read More
Unknown African Billionaire?
Alhaji Aliko Dangote (born April 10, 1957) is a businessman based in Nigeria. He is the owner of the Dangote Group, which has operations in Nigeria and several other countries in West Africa. A wealthy supporter of erstwhile President Olusegun Obasanjo and the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Dangote controls much of Nigeria’s commodities trade […]Read More
Africa’s Great Civilizations
Watch all six hours of Africa’s Civilizations on the PBS app or online! Major corporate support for Africa’s Great Civilizations is provided by Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson, and Ancestry. Major funding is also provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Gilder Foundation, the Corporation for […]Read More
Ancient Egyptian Martial Arts?
In ancient Egypt, Tahteeb or Tahtib was used as a form of martial arts. Its role has since changed to that of a festive game but some of the symbolism and values associated with the practice remain. Performed in front of an audience, it involves a brief, non-violent interchange between two adversaries, each wielding a long […]Read More
Updated Map Of Africa’s Natural Resources
Africa remains a key territory on the global map. Rich in oil and natural resources, the continent holds a strategic position. “There is yet an enormous amount of wealth left to discover,” he said. It is the world’s fastest-growing region for foreign direct investment, and it has approximately 30 percent of the earth’s remaining mineral […]Read More
The Magus Balthazar Estimate: $120,000 – $160,000
This book might come as a surprise for non-specialists, since black Africans are identified with slave trade to the Americas, while the Renaissance is regarded as a purely European phenomenon, centred on a largely homogeneous ethnicity. Neither of these assertions is true, and this excellent book helps to deconstruct such historical stereotypes. Europe received black […]Read More
Nubian’s right to return to their ancestral homeland?
Some Nubians self-identify as Africans, Afro-Arabs, Nubian-Egyptians, or simply Nubians Nubians are descendants of the ancient African civilization of Kush, which was situated between what is now southern Egypt and northern Sudan, known for its famed “Black Pharaohs” and pyramids. Nubians in Egypt today are still influenced by the changes of the initial Arab invasions, […]Read More
Largest African Populations Estimated Over A Billion?
“The biggest change of our time?” he tweeted. “Africa’s increase from 1 to 4 billion people!” Four billion people before 2100, meaning that Africa will have a population on par with Asia. –Africa’s population explosion will change humanity – Business Insider The last 100 years have seen an incredible increase in the planet’s population. Some parts […]Read More
60,000 Year Old Writing Found In South Africa?
Geometric designs engraved on ostrich eggs could represent the earliest form of written communication, researchers have claimed. The patterns made by hunter-gatherers were discovered by scientists working in South Africa and are thought to be 60,000 years old, an era before humans left the continent to populate the rest of the world. This unique collection demonstrates […]Read More
Sungbo’s Eredo Defensive Walls From West Africa circa 1000 AD?
The jewel in the African civil engineering crown. They enclose an area the size of Greater London, or 30 times bigger than Manhattan. One of the largest monuments in sub-Saharan Africa: a 100-mile-long wall and moat whose construction began a millennium ago. Darling says that tropical landscapes are littered with ancient earthworks that dwarf more famous ancient mega-structures […]Read More
Natural & Beautiful Elongated Skulls of Africans and African descendants found in 2016?
Ancient Egyptians Depiction In Art –No comment on this subject matter Genetic similarities of Africans and African descendants found in 2016? Source: This was Published on Aug 21, 2016 by Al Jazeera news Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports from a new settlement area in northern Uganda. Sudan, once the largest and one of the most geographically diverse states in […]Read More
Vikings in Morocco and Africans in early medieval Ireland & Britain?
This might explain why some Scandinavian genes are showing up in a few DNA test results of African descendants. –Sea expeditions of the Viking Age Three burials from early medieval Britain that have been identified as those of African women on the basis of an examination of their skeletal remains. One of the burials in […]Read More
African Shaolin Kung Fu Kids
These kids are orphans, raised and trained by Taiwanese (Taiwan) monks in Malawi country in Africa. Founded by Taiwan-born Dharma Master Hui Li (慧禮) The 55-year-old Taiwan man, who is also known as the “African monk” for his dedication to the continent, has made it his lifelong mission to raise funds to build care centers […]Read More
African apprentices learn KungFu at Shaolin Temple
20 African apprentices graduate from China’s Shaolin Temple … Practicing martial arts, conducting physical exercises, sitting in Zen meditation and learning Chinese calligraphy, 20 apprentices from Africa have started their three-month training program at Shaolin Temple since early July. The Shaolin Temple, built in the late 5th century and located in central China’s Henan Province, […]Read More
The Kingdom Of Kush Wealth & Trade In Ancient Times
The Kingdom Of Kush traded with the rest of the world, all parts of Africa & especially The West African Kingdoms. Kush was at the trade center, that linked India, Europe, the Middle East & all parts of Africa. Such wealth made the Kush a temping target & the Egyptians routinely tried to conquer it. study.com/academy/lesson/the-kingdom-of-kush-location-events-leaders […]Read More
How to convert sand to soil?
Pasting sand to create fertile soil? –desktopimages.org Chinese scientists have developed a method to achieve this legendary mission, which is expected to help fight desertification. A 1.6-hectare sandy plot in Ulan Buh Desert in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, north China, has been transformed into fertile land, yielding rice, corn, tomatoes, watermelon and sunflowers, after being […]Read More