Lucy – Flirting with Reality?

By Kaushik Ram | August 11, 2014

The recent movie – Lucy invites a Paradigm shift. The movie dwells on some neuroscientifcally bewildering possibilities. The movie relies on the fact that humans use 10% of the capacity of their brains. The movie then follows the character “Lucy” who progressively unlocks 100% of her brain capacity. Here I explore some of the mind-blowing concepts from the movie –…

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The Secret Language of Movement

By Kaushik Ram | August 1, 2014

What is movement? Where does it come from? Human movement patterns include but are not exclusive to – running, jumping, swimming, crawling, rolling, pulling, lifting, twisting, inverting and climbing. In this blog post I will reverse engineer movement and trace it back to its neural origins. I will explore concepts of movement efficiency, body intelligence,…

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Fearless Creativity

By Kaushik Ram | November 18, 2013

In the age of Digital Health Care, brain training solutions are becoming increasingly common to improve mental performance and emotional stability. Today, you can download Apps on your phone to reduce stress, generate positive thoughts, increase focus, boost memory and even counsel relationships! These appealing brain training Apps are based on data-driven science that are built…

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Ultra Nutrition for the Ultimate Animal

By Kaushik Ram | August 30, 2013

Humans are the only animal to occupy the earth from pole to pole and are the only creatures to escape the earths stratosphere to explore the earths Auroric zones. Much of the accomplishments of the human animal has been inspired by the evolution of the human brain. However, the human body is equally remarkable. One…

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Paradox of Time

By Kaushik Ram | May 23, 2013

Time is an illusion. A phantom extension of our brains’ evolutionary development. The architecture of the human brain is not much different from that of other vertebrate species. The primitive regions of the brain still share the same function across vertebrates. One structure of the brain that is evolutionarily conserved and is inherently linked to…

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Genuine expression of Emotion

By Kaushik Ram | May 9, 2013

Emotions are neither Good nor Bad. But then, why do we have emotions in the first place? We often find ourselves driven by media dictated images, preferred standards of behavior and selective social trends. However – where is the space to express your true emotions. Why is there discomfort in expressing what we really feel?…

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