Amongst the many obsessions celebrities have in terms of the Oscars, you *know* that one of them is how they appear in front of the cameras.Â Which leads one to wonder: why do we look heavier in photos?
According to this article, it has to do with lighting and lenses.Â They work to sculpt the body, and direct the eye to certain traits.
If only we could have a lighting crew follow us around!
You could have gone to the following tourist hot spots, places so relaxed about life that it’s almost a sure bet that people in these countries never line up for hours, empty coffee cup in hand, wanting to go to the bathroom but afraid to lose your spot.
In an ironic link, orexin is absent in the brains of people who have narcolepsy, the disorder that causes some people to fall asleep.
Although the company doing the research is a pharmaceutical company (which normally raises red flags as to the reliability of the results), more studies may be done to analyze the quality of sleep that the subjects experienced.
The scientists involved are from Canada and the United States, including NASA.Â In addition to the satellites, twenty observatories will take digital images and monitor magnetic signatures from substorms.Â Most of the observatories will be located in northern Canada, including Whitehorse, Inuvik, and Gillam, Man.