4 Scientist’s whose works were not appreciated until their death.

They say you know a person’s worth when he’s gone, this statement applies to the men in the article, their works were only appreciated, years after they died. 1. GREGOR JOHAN MENDEL  An Austrian-born scientist whose experiments gave birth to the laws of inheritance as we know it. Growing up, Johan struggled with his education due to illness and financial constraints. He became a Friar and took on the name Gregor so he wouldn’t have to pay for his education. while serving as a monk, Mendel started conducting experiments with…

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8 facts by science on love and romance.

1. Two strangers can fall in love by looking into each other’s eyes   Eye contact is a scientifically proven way of making a person fall in love with you. Looking someone directly in the eyes causes their body to produce ‘phenyethylamine’ a chemical capable of igniting love feelings. So, except for a person you really like, don’t tempt ‘brother Cupid’ by your visual actions.   2. The ‘butterflies in the stomach’ effect are your body reacting to…you know…     This effect, known as ‘fight-or-flight’ response is due to increase secretion…

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What happens when we sleep?

Sleep, a real necessity in life, is a fascinating phenomenon that occurs at least daily in our lives. Before now, sleep was thought to have been an inactive state in which both the brain and the body shuts down in order to rest from the day’s work. But scientists have found out that sleep in itself is an activity in which the Brain is most times more active than when we’re awake. Sleep has an immense influence on our physical and mental well-being. Understanding what happens during sleep is the main aim…

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