Impact hair thinking – Hair arranged in the left side

Impact hair thinking - hair arranged in the left side - Celia Gomez

Impact hair thinking – Hair arranged in the left side

Impact hair thinking – Hair arranged in the left side – Researchers from the University of Bonn
have discovered that only a small part of the population. Hair around the crown arranged to the left.
They proved that the hair arranged in the left side may have a similar effect on the functioning of the brain
as writing with left hand. Thus confirming the theory that describes the stacking of hair left
almost exclusively left-handed persons.

Aggressive blonde

Aggressive blonde - Blond mohawk girl, Germany

Aggressive blonde

Aggressive blonde – Psychologist at the University of California, Dr Aaron Sell. After testing of 156 students from the university campus proved that women with blond hair are more aggressive than brunettes and red. Both natural and dyed blonde with greater determination seek to achieve its objectives. According to the researcher their pugnacity may stem from the fact that arousing greater interest in the environment. They feel that they can afford more.

Snowman Yeti – DNA analysis of hair samples

Snowman Yeti -International Mountain Museum, Pokhara, Nepal (2010)

Snowman Yeti – DNA analysis of hair samples

Snowman Yeti – The legendary Yeti snow man certainly does not exist. At least, so they say scientists after DNA analysis of all available samples of hair that were alleged to come from the Himalayan creation. It turned out that they belonged to the bears and goats. They collected and analyzed a total of 30 samples.

Cardiovascular disease risk – Higher among bald men

Cardiovascular disease risk - Bald Man's Nape

Cardiovascular disease risk – Higher among bald men

Cardiovascular disease risk – Higher among bald men. Up to about 1/3, compared to the other men. Tests on 37 thousand. men carried Japanese scientists. Hair loss depends on the activity of male hormones, which also accelerate hardening of the blood vessels, or the effects of atherosclerosis.

Venomous among primates – Nycticebus apes

Venomous among primates - Slow Loris (Nycticebus)

Venomous among primates – Nycticebus apes

Venomous among primates – Nycticebus apes of the genus are small primates represent earning the increase from 18 to 40 cm. They are among the few venomous mammals. In the upper limbs have glands that produce secretions, which combined with their saliva is toxic. They distribute poison tongue after the hair, thereby protecting the whole body. The bite can be dangerous even for an adult.