Home Beauty Make up tips Make Up Tips oi-Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia on March 20, 2021 Every season and every year, new make-up trends are introduced and playing around with the new trends definitely sounds cool and amazing. It not only makes you look trendy but also gives you ideas on how up your beauty game. Well, the cooler it sounds, it's equally harder to ace. No doubt, you may invest in the best products but if there is a lack of technique in applying it, it's of no use. Colourful eyeliner trend has taken over the beauty world from the past few months and we see many people, including celebrities, trying out different shade eyeliners in different ways. However, white eyeliner is something, which you're going to be seeing all over your feed this summer season. And it already started with two stunning Indian Television actresses and make-up enthusiasts Nia Sharma and Ridhi Dogra. The two recently shared … [Read more...] about Nia Sharma And Ridhi Dogra Spruce Up Their Makeup Game With White Eyeliner, Whose Look Would You Like To Copy?
Molecules, cells, multicellularity, humans, organizations, whole cultures – it’s obvious that reality is nested hierarchically, level upon level. Researchers often assume levels without explaining them. They say the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. That’s an impressionistic description, not an explanation. Berkeley scientist Terrence Deacon has a theory that explains how levels actually emerge. His theory flips it: The whole is less than the sum of its parts’ possible interactions. Shake a bag of loose watch parts and they’re free to interact any which way. Organize them into a watch and their freedom is constrained so instead of anything goes you get a watch, a whole that is less than the sum of its parts' possible interactions. The watch is constrained by a watchmaker but nature has no maker. Can constraints naturally emerge? There are naturally-occurring emergent constraints at two basic levels. One is called self-organization, a misnomer since there’s no … [Read more...] about Emergence Explained: How Hierarchy Really Happens
Source: This work has been released into the public domain by its author, Peter morrell at the wikipedia project. This applies worldwide. With the weary spate of ongoing mass shootings, and the equally weary handwringing each time, asking how can this keep happening, how can it stop, and why is it mainly in America, I wonder if it might be worth looking at our culture itself, at how what drives us as a nation sadly can drive us to darkness as well. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby , the author famously captures the essence of American longing. That longing yearns for many things, desire for the beautiful Daisy, for the WASP confidence of old money Tom, for the “single green light, minute and far away, that might have been the end of a dock” across Long Island Sound, the mansion of new money and new dreams owned by Jay Gatsby. But that longing leads to dark endeavors, shady alliances, messy affairs, and finally a burst of violence that silences the dream for … [Read more...] about American Narcissism and Mass Shooters
Source: 1681551/Pixabay For many people, the culture of binge drinking that begins in high school or college extends into young adulthood and beyond. At least one in six adults binge-drink four times a month.[i] These adults face significant risk for both brain damage and addiction . In a surprising study conducted by my colleague Dr. Peter R. Martin at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the brain scans of heavy drinkers showed the same pattern of neurological damage as those of alcoholics.[ii] Because of this damage, heavy drinkers can be as impaired in their daily function as addicted drinkers—with no awareness of their deteriorating cognitive abilities. The definition of heavy drinking requires far less alcohol than most people imagine. Men averaging only 100 drinks a month and women only 80—less than three drinks a day—had significant impairment in their memory , learning, reading, and balance. Because these drinkers appeared to still be functioning normally, … [Read more...] about Heavy Drinking: A Trap at Any Age
Therapy works , but the debate persists about its active ingredients. Research has shown that “specific processes”—those attached to a certain theory or school (like dream interpretation in psychoanalysis ) tend to matter less than “nonspecific processes” like therapist-client rapport and the client’s positive expectations. Yet actual therapy time is mostly spent on specific processes—psychoanalysts interpret dreams , CBT practitioners examine distorted thought habits, Humanist therapists reflect, and behaviorists tweak reinforcement schedules—all of which appear to often work equally well, a phenomenon known as the Dodo bird verdict. This raises the possibility that all of these different techniques are in fact doing the same thing. Perhaps nonspecific factors predict success mostly by facilitating, through myriad techniques, an underlying healing process. But what might this process be? A strong case can be made that the answer is exposure. The exposure … [Read more...] about All Therapy Is Exposure Therapy