SCIENCE 

Your Eye Color Reveals A Lot About You According To Scientists

Shakespeare told us ages ago that “The eyes are the windows to your soul” and right now, science is also telling us the same. By studying 428 subjects to see if their personalities were linked to the irises in their eye, scientists at Orebro University in Sweden found that our eye color is affected by the same genes that form our frontal lobes. Meaning to say, we can observe similar behavior in people with similar irises. “The eye is so closely linked neurologically to the brain that you might call it the…

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This Is What Happens When Your Third Eye Opens Accidentally

According to scholars, the “Third Eye”, which is located in the middle of the forehead about an inch above the eyebrows, is an invisible, mystical eye associated with a powerful energy center. For most people, this eye remains closed and the important energy connected to it is unavailable, but what happens when the Third Eye opens? The Third Eye Examined For some members of the occult, the third eye is actually located inside the skull and bears the shape of an egg. In the field of cosmology, this is sometimes…

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Awakening The Third Eye – Be Careful What You Wish For

Have you ever heard the expression, ‘Be careful what you wish for’? For some people, the opening of the 3rd eye can show them things that they really didn’t want to see.  For others, it’s a journey of enlightenment. If you are sure that this is something you want to do, then please read on. According to wiki, the third eye (also known as the inner eye) is a mystical and esoteric concept referring to a speculative invisible eye which provides perception beyond ordinary sight. In certain dharmic spiritual traditions…

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SCIENCE 

New Bionic Eye Implant Restores Vision In Blind Woman

Important breakthrough has been achieved in the field of ophthalmology after scientists restored vision in a woman who’s been blind for 7 years with the use of a bionic eye implant. The implant enabled the woman to distinguish colors and shapes again. In the first human test of the product, the 30-year-old woman received a wireless visual stimulator chip, inserted into her brain by surgeons from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). After the procedure, the woman was able to see colored flashes, lines, and spots when computer signals…

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