They say no man is an island. And it’s not just a simple old saying because there have been several studies over the course of history reaching the same conclusion. To simply put it – human beings live longer and better together than alone.
Just recently, the experts have discovered yet a new reason why humans are better suited to live together as a community. However, the catch is that it’s not as positive as the previous studies.
According to their latest study, like plants, humans also draw energy from one another.
The groundbreaking research was led by Dr. Olaf Kruse. It all started with their study regarding the plants’ capability to draw energy from one another. According to their research, the green alga Chlamydomonas, apart from its capacity to engage in photosynthesis, also draws an alternative form of energy from other plants surrounding it.
With that in mind, they said that we, as human beings, need energies such as calories, minerals, oxygen, and sunlight – all of which can be drawn from our surroundings.
Kruse and his team of experts conducted an experiment involving the aforementioned green alga.
In order to prove the point, the research team planted a tiny green alga and observed it for a certain period of time. During the duration of the experiment, the researchers made sure that the plant was unable to receive its regular sources of energy.
To their surprise, the plant began pulling some of its lacking energies from the plants around it.
With this finding, Professor Kruse said:
This is the first time that such a behavior has been confirmed in a vegetable organism, that algae can digest cellulose contradicts every previous textbook. To a certain extent, what we are seeing is plants eating plants.
With this line of thought, Kruse tried to draw comparisons between it and the nature of human beings:
This is exactly why there are certain people who feel uncomfortable in specific group settings where there is a mix of energy and emotions.
Regarding this discovery’s implication to the scientific studies of human nature, Badar-Lee stated:
When energy studies become more advanced in the coming years, we will eventually see this translated to human beings as well. The human organism is very much like a plant, it draws needed energy to feed emotional states and this can essentially energize cells or cause increases in cortisol and catabolize cells depending on the emotional trigger.
Furthermore, Badar-Lee also raised the fact that this discovery is the perfect sign for them to start delving into the studies of bioenergy. She said:
A human can absorb and heal through other humans, animals, and any part of nature. That’s why being around nature is often uplifting and energizing for so many people.
With this new information, it is only apt for us to learn how to protect ourselves from such energy drains:
1. Grounding – Whenever you feel drained, it is a great idea to walk outside barefoot. Earth is very effective in balancing the energy inside your body.
2. Cleansing – Taking a bath in sea salt is also a great idea. You can also use sage stick to cleanse yourself whenever you’re feeling a bit negative. Contrary to the popular belief that state that they’re just a myth, these techniques are actually effective.
3. Avoiding negativity – The most important and apparently, the most obvious tip is to avoid negativity altogether. Negative energy can be found almost everywhere. People, places, events – they come in different forms. As much as you can, steer clear of such energies.
Can You Also Hear This Silent GIF Like Many Others?
Most people say they hear a “thudding” sound.
First, there were infographics - and then there were memes. But as the digital world advanced, people eventually discovered gifs. They are basically short and silent animations. They appear to be a mere second video but only without any sound. However, there are actually people who say otherwise.
You might have noticed this gif on various social media sites, posted by netizens who claim to hear a sound from it. Is it not odd, right? It definitely is but it is somehow interesting. This gif below bears the caption that reads: “Why can I hear this?”
Well, why not give it a try and experience it yourself. Did you hear something or not? In any case, people did – and it is taking the internet by storm. Check it out below:...
Egypt’s 3,500-Year-Old Luxor Tombs Will Soon Be Open To Tourists
Egypt hopes that these tombs will drive more tourists into the country.
Egypt is home to stunning ancient monuments that never fail to captivate those who are usually fascinated with historical places. It is easily one of the favorite holiday destinations for tourists. However, the country has been struggling in the tourism department in the wake of extremist attacks and political uprising in 2011.
In the hopes of attracting more visitors, the country just opened two unexplored tombs in Luxor that are 3,500 years old. The two tombs discovered in Luxor are located on the west bank of the famous Nile River, in a cemetery where high officials and noblemen are buried.
The Luxor tombs are called “Kampp 161” and “Kampp 150.”
Velvet Beds, Spa Treatments, and Special Beer at India’s First Dog Hotel
Rates include a $70 per night stay and this entitles dogs to velvet beds, 24-hour medical facility, a spa, and even a fully stocked bar with beverages made for dogs!
Pet hotels are nothing new. Pet owners have been enjoying the convenience of having an establishment take care of their furry friends whenever they have to go out of town. But we bet your friendly neighborhood pet hotel ain't got nothing on the Critterati Hotel in Gurugram, India. This luxury dog hotel is said to be the first in Southeast Asia to cater exclusively to our canine friends.
Rates include a $70 per night stay and this entitles dogs to velvet beds, 24-hour medical facility, a spa, and even a fully stocked bar with beverages made for dogs! The idea of this kind of dog hotel existing is more eyebrow-raising if you think about the location. In India, there are 30 million stray animals desperate for homes.
Welcome to Critterati, the first pet hotel in Southeast Asia that caters exclusively to dogs.
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