The Spontaneous Remission Project has a database compiled by the Institute of Noetic Sciences with over 3500 case studies in the medical literature of patients who have gotten better despite incurable illnesses. Within the database, you will also find several medical cases where patients were given fake treatments, (a sugar pill, a saline injection, etc.) but responded as […]

In 1939, George Dantzig arrived late for a graduate-level statistics class at the University of California, Berkeley. On the board were two problems of “unsolved” statistics that George mistook for a homework assignment. He copied them down and started working on them from home, six weeks later he turned in the work late, hoping to get […]

Human beings do not see a direct representation of external reality, but rather a translation formed by their mind through electrical signals sent from the optic nerve. This is not pseudoscience, it’s a physiological fact. On top of all that, we only see within a narrow light spectrum range and more or less when looking […]

There are two powerful aspects to something being strange: A sense of disconnection from normality. A thought provoker that opens the mind to new ideas. The “Strange”, is a direct connection to the creative side of the mind. When a person encounters something strange, they are forced to think outside of the normality of everyday life. […]

He memorized every word of every book he had ever read, estimated at around 9000 plus. Each eye could read a page independently. The main cause of his remarkable abilities is the lack of connections between his brain’s two hemispheres. An MRI scan revealed an absence of the corpus callosum, the anterior commissure and the […]

Through The Dark was created by Dan Smith for his son Liam, who was diagnosed with leukemia at eight years old while living in a hospital for chemotherapy. It’s a truly unique experience and a very expressive poetic form of living art. https://throughthedark.withgoogle.com/

In life, there are times when we say, “can’t”, meet someone who may not even know what that means.