Researchers from Vanderbilt University are challenging previous hypotheses that changes in restricted areas of the brain were responsible for producing awareness, with evidence that awareness or consciousness results from widespread communication across sensory and association areas of the cortex. Continue reading… “New theory suggests consciousness is global in the brain”
But she is facing criticism for putting herself at risk and the voyeuristic nature of the 24-hour event which is being funded by a 13,889 Arts Council grant.
People will be invited to film her at Bradford Playhouse, West Yorkshire, where she will use strobe lighting, fasting and raising her body temperature to try and bring about a seizure.
Holy Crap! This is a big problem.
Did you know?
2.5 billion people do not have somewhere safe, private or hygienic to go to the toilet.
One gram of faeces can contain 10 million viruses, one million bacteria, 1,000 parasite cysts and 100 parasite eggs.
The simple act of washing hands with soap and water after going to the toilet can reduce diarrhoeal diseases by over 40%.
Safe disposal of children’s faeces leads to a reduction of nearly 40% in childhood diarrhoea.
19 November is World Toilet Day – a day to celebrate the humble, yet vitally important, toilet and to raise awareness of the global sanitation crisis.
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