It’s Decentralized Centralization. One media giant carving its global audience up into little pieces and delivering them a whole host of different algorithmically appropriate lies and fluff and no-context psyops.
In ancient Rome, tampons were made of wool, Indonesians used vegetable fibers and Japanese women used paper. The first commercial tampons came out in the 1930s and to date women use up to 12,000 menstrual hygiene products per lifetime. With this in mind, AsapSCIENCE examines if there is a better option to tampons and if women should stop wearing them overall.
There’s been a lot of controversy on the internet recently about body image and in particular body shaming. We all come in different shapes and sizes but society puts a lot of pressure to establish whether some are healthy or not. Here Asap THOUGHT examines the scientific angle of all of this to see if body shaming is effective or just harmful.
The brain is the most complex, essential and identifiable organ in the body, acting as the center of the nervous system in all vertebrates. But what if how you think and feel is not only controlled by the brain and central nervous system? Asap SCIENCE looks at the network of nerves that connect the digestive tract called the enteric nervous system and how they have an impact on emotions and thought.
Reykjavik City Council made sure that the Northern Lights were visible by arranging for street lights in the Icelandic capital to be turned off between 10 pm and 11 pm and asked homeowners to do the same to decrease light pollution.
You may not realize that sitting too much can be dangerous to your health. AsapTHOUGHT examines the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle along with other health practices such as drinking enough water during the day and keeping active. They list various ways to combat the practice of sitting too much during the day.
Despite being a universal phenomenon, there’s still a lot of speculation around the orgasm’s function and value. But what are the differences between the male and female orgasm that we know of, and who has it better? AsapSCIENCE examines the details behind orgasms for both males and females to answer the alluring question. Who has it better: males or females?
With professional gaming or e-Sports being a multi-million dollar industry in Korea, the bigger question is: Will the game companies allow any law — that brands their product as addictive?
When I was introduced to Photoshop, there was another level of excitement. Distorting images is its own type of art. But many would argue that we’ve taken this to an unhealthy level. It’s become all too accessible to trick others into believing we, others, and things, look like something they simply aren’t, and should look like what we change them to. In 2011, the American Medical Association (AMA) announced it was taking a stand against image manipulation in advertising. Body image expectations, eating disorders, and other emotional problems were discussed as potential risks for alterations made through processes like Photoshop.
There are 4 billion hours of travel delays in America each year contributing to pollution, fossil fuels waste and costing us all money. ASAPScience examines this popular part of human existence and speaks about ways to reduce travel times and traffic on our roads.
Your voice tends to change based off your surroundings and the environment you’re in. However most people on hearing their recorded voice cringe and dislike it. Here Asap THOUGHT examines why our voices sound different than how we believe it is in our heads.