Sunday, April 23, 2017

WiFi Experiment Done By A Group Of 9th Grade Students Got Serious International Attention. THIS Is Why…

Researchers from England, Holland and Sweden have shown great interest in the experiment done by 5 girls from northern Jutland in 9th grade.

They did an experiment for a biology test, so brilliant, that it has attracted international attention among acknowledged biologists and radiation experts.

The girls got really surprised by the sudden attention from all around the world.

“It has been such a rollercoaster ride. I still cannot believe it”, says Lea Nielsen, one of the girls.

“It’s totally overwhelming and exciting. It’s just not something you experience every day”. added Mathilde Nielsen, another girl from the group.

It all started because they found it difficult to concentrate during the school day:

“We all think we have experienced difficulty concentrating in school, if we had slept with the phone next to our head, and sometimes also experienced having difficulty sleeping”, explains Lea Nielsen.

So here is what they did:

They took 400 cress seeds and placed them in 12 trays. Then, they placed 6 trays in 2 separate rooms at the same temperature. They gave the same amount of water and sun to all the trays for 12 days.

However, 6 of the trays were put next to two [Wi-Fi] routers. Such routers broadcast the same type of radiation as an ordinary mobile.

After 12 days what the result spoke was clear: cress seeds next to the router did not grow, and some of them were even mutated or dead.

“It is truly frightening that there is so much affect, so we were very shocked by the result”, says Lea.

Olle Johansson, a renowned professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, is one of the impressed researchers.

He will now repeat the experiment with a Belgian research colleague, Professor Marie-Claire Cammaert at the Université libre de Bruxelles.

According to him, this is absolutely brilliant:

“The girls stayed within the scope of their knowledge, skilfully implemented and developed a very elegant experiment. The wealth of detail and accuracy is exemplary, choosing cress was very intelligent, and I could go on”, he says.

He is not slow to send them an invitation to go on the road:

“I sincerely hope that they spend their future professional life in researching, because I definitely think they have a natural aptitude for it. Personally, I would love to see these people in my team!”

But the experiment proved something really huge. Something the majority of the world does without knowing the consequences.

“None of us sleep with the mobile next to the bed anymore. Either the phone is put far away, or it is put in another room. And the computer is always off”, says Lea.

If your bed is close to a WiFi Router we strongly advise to change the bed’s or the router’s location. And when it is time to sleep, leave the technology where its place is.


Friday, April 21, 2017

Dirty Car Owners Find Their Cars “Vandalized” With Amazing Drawings

Where one person sees a dirty car, the other one sees a blank canvas. That is if that ‘other’ guy is Moscow-based Russian illustrator Nikita Golubev, who brings out the full artistic potential of dirty cars by turning them into amazing pieces of art.

Before he started this ongoing project, Nikita also did plenty of painting, drawing and digital art, which you can see on his Facebook page. But this project has to take the crown simply because of how fragile and temporary these amazing drawings are.

So the next time somebody mocks your dirty car, just explain to them that you’re simply supporting the local street artists with a canvas.

Share away people


Sunday, April 9, 2017

This Truck Driver Saw A Dehydrated Guará Wolf Dying In The Hot Sun And Saved Its Life

This video of a Brazilian truck driver rescuing a dehydrated wolf will help restore your faith in humanity.

This is a loose translation of what the man is saying:

"Hey guys, look at this. There are people out there by the river hunting for panthers, and they're mating, or crossing the stream; this is how you do it, we caught this guy out there by the field here in Mato Grosso close to Primavera do Leste... this poor wolf dying out in the hot sun. I stopped the truck and he ran under for some shade.

Then we lassoed him here and brought him out to the edge of the brush, right, you can see here how thirsty he is. A wild animal like this, all docile because he's weak. We don't have any food to give him, we don't know what he eats - I know it eats meat, but look how thirsty he is. This is how you do it, you all worthless, that killed those panthers; this is how you act around nature, you help it, instead of ruining it. "


Friday, April 7, 2017

Man Finds Dying Baby Bear While Out Hiking, Risks Jail-Time To Save Its Life!

While out hiking a scenic trail in Oregon last Monday night photographer, Corey Hancock stumbled upon a three-month-old baby bear.
The poor little bear was in such terrible condition that Hancock knew he was dying.

The baby was barely moving when he first walked up to him, and he appeared to have been abandoned by his mother.

There was no way that Hancock could leave the baby bear there to die. So, he made the decision to rescue him instead and he carried him for over two miles, uncertain whether he would live or die.

At one point he even gave him CPR and the baby took a breath. He was obviously struggling just to keep breathing.

He took the little bear to Turtle Ridge Wildlife Center near Salem, Oregon, where he's currently in the process of recovering from dehydration as well as starvation but he's doing much better now.

There are many animal experts out there who don't agree with Hancock's decision to rescue the little bear. They don't even think that he should have touched the bear.

According to regulations of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the little bear's savior could have been slapped with a $6,000 fine or even spent up to a year in jail.

However, Oregon State Police say that Hancock won't be penalized at all for rescuing the little bear.

This story was posted by photographer Corey Hancock on his Facebook page. Take a look at the video below to find out more:

OMG! How could anyone expect someone to just walk away and leave that poor little guy there to die all alone?

We're so glad that this hero wasn't fined or punished in any way! Thank you so much for rescuing this baby bear, Hancock!

What do you think about what Hancock did? Did officials make the right call in this case?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and please make sure to 'SHARE' this incredible story of compassion and love with everyone on Facebook!



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