Sans Forgetica – Font that improves memory

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Sans Forgetica – Font that improves memory

Sans Forgetica – Font that streamlines memory – Australian researchers from the RMIT University (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) have found that our brain reads the fonts that it already knows more quickly, such as Arial or Times New Roman. By which, however, it remembers less content contained in a given text. Therefore, in collaboration with ethologists, psychologists and professor of typography, they have developed a font that is harder to read. Sans Forgetica called it – which in translation means more or less “without forgetting”.
The letters have gaps, are slightly tilted to the left and are in contradiction with the typical way of reading. Deciphering them requires more effort from the brain. Which activates the gray cells and forces you to stop at each word for a little longer. It improves memory and allows you to learn about 7% more information!

Post office located closest South Pole

Post office located closest South Pole - Research station Amundsen-Scott on South Pole

Post office located closest South Pole

Post office located closest South Pole – Furthest south the post office, located at the South Pole. Its number is the 96,598th Post Although it might seem that the least populated area on earth should have its post office, its existence is fully justified, and the packages that come here are really very important consignments. They contain a list of research teams who are in the polar research station Amundsen – Scott South Pole. The letter goes on a pole up to six weeks. First a stop in New Zealand, where military aircraft transporting it together with other items on the pole. The biggest challenge in this region is the variable weather, which can greatly extend the time of delivery.