Monday, September 28, 2015

this electric helmet can boost your brain!..check it out!!!

Spanish research student, Azahara De La Vega Fernandez (pictured with Brian) is investigating under psychology lecturer Nick Davies how brain stimulation can be used to improve sporting ability
Brain-hacking. It sounds sinister and quite possibly illegal, like a cerebral version of computer-hacking.
But some one claimed he has,according to Davis.... I’ve been brain-hacked. It happened on Thursday morning in Swansea. And not only am I still here to tell the tale, it also made me better at darts.
Of course, not many people care how good they are at darts. 
But there is evidence to suggest that brain-hacking, or transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) to give it the proper scientific name, can treat depression

Chelsea captain John Terry and EastEnders star Danny Dyer both put their flash cars in disabled bays forcing one woman on crutches to park elsewhere

Danny Dyer parks flash £60k Porsche in a disabled bay at a London hotel 

Chelsea Stars John Terry and Danny Dyer sparked fury after they both parked their flash cars in disabled spaces - in one case forcing a disabled woman to park elsewhere.
The Chelsea captain, who earns £150,000 a week, stopped his £200,000 Range Rover outside a kebab shop on the High Street in Esher, Surrey.
While Danny Dyer was recently spotted parking his £60,000 Porsche in a disabled bay outside a London hotel

Now is the time to Sanitize Nigeria's Oil Industry-PMB

President Muhammadu Buhari has restated his determination to sanitise Nigeria's oil industry and free it from corruption and shady deals.
Buhari made the statement on Sunday in New York during a meeting with President Xi Jinping of China on the side lines of the 70th General Assembly of the United Nations.
He said that the first step in this direction had already been taken with the appointment of a new management for the NNPC and its subsequent reorganisation

18 years old Jeff Akoh Wins MTN Project Fame Season 8

18 years old Jeffery Akoh has officially joined the league of superstars as he beat five other contestants to emerge the winner of the 8th edition of MTN Project Fame West Africa. A Sound Engineering graduate from the SAE Institute, Cape Town, the 18-year-old talented singer now joins past winners like Iyanya, iMike, Ayoola, Chidinma, Monica, Olawale and Geoffrey. Emerging the winner, Akoh smiles home with the grand prize of N5 million, an SUV and a recording contract, while the first runner-up, Pearl Olanma Awa-Agwu received a car and N3 million. Anderson Emmanuel Amos who finished in 3rd place, won a car and N1 million, while Adanoritsewo  Tosanwumi who secured the fourth spot, went home with N1 million prize. The six finalist of the show were Ada, Anderson, Arewa, Deinde, Jeff and Pearl.... 
...congrats to him

Cause of Bobbi Kristina's death has been determined by officials

The cause of death of Bobbi Kristina Brown - singer Whitney Houston's daughter - has been determined, but officials say they will not reveal the post-mortem results.
They say a court in the US state of Georgia ordered a medical examiner to

'God weeps' at child sex abuse-Pope Francis

Pope Francis has met and prayed with a small group of victims of child sexual abuse in the US, saying "God weeps" for their suffering.
The Pope told the five survivors, an unknown number of whom had been abused by priests, that clergy and bishops would be held accountable when they abuse or fail to protect children

so touching as Troubled TV presenter Gail Porter narrates her ordeal in her stay in Big brother house

Celebrity Big Brother 2015 evictee Gail Porter bares her soul 
Could there be anyone more upbeat than Gail Porter - TV presenter, former lads' mag pin-up and recent evictee from Celebrity Big Brother? She's so relentlessly cheerful that she shrugs off the 'hellish' experience of being in the Channel 5 reality show - a narcissistic pantomime of banshee-tantrums and male preening - despite the fact it was: 'The worst thing ever. And I should know, I've been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.'....we feel your pains...all we're saying is,let by-gone be by-gone and most especially,we thank God now that you're back....
I think the CBB house can be a pressure cooker for some (most!) people.