The renowned theory Biocentrism proposed by American scientist and professor Robert Lanz gives a new view on the understanding of life and death. It sees biology as the central driving science and explains that life creates the reality and the universe in general
Somewhere between London and Paris, while crossing the Channel Tunnel, I was pondering crocodiles, panthers, wolves, elephants and King Kongs — the eye-catching, somewhat naïve and pop-artesque creatures of Richard Orlinski.
Stephen Hawking was born in the British city of Oxford on January 8, 1942, three hundred years after the death of Galileo Galilei, an Italian polymath and astrono-mer. Two hundred thousand children were born on the planet on this very day. However, only one of them became the legend of the modern cosmology.
Australian Rebecca Sharrock remembers every single day of her life from the very beginning. The 27 yearsold diagnosed with a rare syndrome called “Highly superior autobiographical memory” recalls being newborn in the pink blanket. There are about 60 people worldwide with the same memory. Nevertheless, even they do not remember what was before the birth.
In the era of millennials when a person of colour becomes an artistic director of a powerful company, everyone is amazed both with the race and the pace. The pace Ghanaian-American designer Virgil Abloh keeps from opening his first fashion label in 2012 to becoming the new artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear in 2018.