Melt Your Brain With This Insane Optical Illusion, Then Find Out How It Works!

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(PCM) The optical illusion that is showcased below took second place in the Illusion Of The Year contest and it has since gone viral thanks to Reddit with individuals trying hard to wrap their minds around just how this trick was completed. The illusion was created by Kokichi Sugihara at Meiji University in Japan and is called “The Ambiguous Cylinder”.

The official description of the trick found on the Illusion Of The Year website reads, …

Five Tips to Help You Manage a Company Overseas

5 Tips to Help You Manage a Company Overseas

Managing a company overseas presents unique challenges, unlike any you’ll see when running a business in the city where you live. That doesn’t mean you can’t do it, but you should prepare yourself for the changes you need to make to manage your company from afar successfully. 

Use these five tips to help you keep things working smoothly when you can’t be there in person.

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Technology Fluke Leads To Only Pre-War Television Footage In Existence!

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Photo by Alan Klim

(PCM) A very strange occurrence took place in the year of 1938, when two RCA engineers in New York City managed to pick up a “televisor” signal from the BBC due to freak weather incident (one in which the conditions had to be just right) and this footage is said to be the only pre-war footage of television in existence.

The signal that was picked up on contains a four minute …

Conspiracy Theorists Claim Ancient Greek Sculpture Depicts A Laptop Computer

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(PCM) Conspiracy theorists are now claiming solid evidence of time travel, as they feel the ancient Greek sculpture, “Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant” depicts the female assistant holding a laptop computer with two USB ports.

Historians are countering this claim by saying that this assistant is actually holding a wax tablet, however we have to say it does look eerily similar to a laptop. The ancient Greeks were using wax tablets …

Five Harmful Effects of Text Messaging

5 Harmful Effects of Text Messaging

Problems facing both the sender and receiver

According to research, Americans check their phones an average of 80 times a day; and send about 18 billion texts every day, 541 billion every month, and 6.5 trillion per year. It is the primary form of communication for Americans under 50 years old.

While SMS (short message service) presents a lot of advantages like convenience, urgency, discretion, and low cost, it …

Five Pointers for Networking In-Person Like a Pro

Five Pointers for Networking In-Person Like a Pro

(Or, How to Become a Fear-No-Evil Networking Ninja!)

They say humans fear public speaking more than death. For many the idea of networking isn’t far off. People dread it and avoid it like an overdue dentist appointment that they know will only result in severe discomfort at the very least. Be it as it may, it’s a necessary evil for any career to flourish the rocky waves …

What Ever Happened To The Original ‘Dunkin’ Donut’ ?

(PCM) Over the years there has certainly been some drastic changes in Dunkin’ Donut stores all over the country. The most notable change, and one that stirred up the most controversy, was when the news was revealed that Dunkin’ Donuts was planning on removing the word “Donuts” from it’s name.

We know that they offer much more variety with their menu than they did in days past, when just about the only thing you could …

Smart Home Device Actually Alerted Police During Domestic Altercation

(PCM) Anyone that assumed smart home devices are not always eavesdropping on the conversations that take place in our home, you are definitely wrong. However, in this particular case the smart home device, which has been revealed to be a Google Home, may have actually saved a life by alerting the local authorities to a domestic altercation that was occurring within a home in New Mexico.

A man named Eduardo Barros was house-sitting at a …

Company Set To Begin Clinical Trials To Bring People Back From The Dead

(PCM) A Philadelphia- based firm called Bioquark are gearing up to begin their initial round of clinical testing in an attempt to bring people back from the dead. After many years of research the company revealed in late 2016 that they believe that brain death is not permanent and could perhaps be reversible.

The CEO of the company Ira Pastor has now revealed that the company will begin testing a newly developed stem cell method …

LED Eyelashes Are The Next Make-up Trend!

(PCM) So, apparently LED eyelashes are now a thing and are making waves as one of the next big make-up trends. Just when we thought it couldn’t get any better than yellow blush and feather eyebrows!

According to Mashable, the light-up eyelashes are called F.Lashes and they are even interactive! The eyelashes will change their display animations depending on the way in which the wearer moves their eyes or tilts their body. It definitely …

Curious About What Humans Will Look Like 1,000 Years From Now?

(PCM) Human beings as a species are constantly evolving and with the continued growth of technology, it leads us to wonder just where human evolution will end up in the next 1,000 years or so. We have always heard the rumors that there will eventually be chips implanted under our skin for identification and different chips implanted in our fingers to that we could swipe to use as payment when shopping. Many even wonder if …

We Bet You Can’t Wait To Get Your Hands On The NoPhone!

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(PCM) It is no big secret that people are absolutely addicted to their cellphones. The number of times that we have our phones in our hands throughout the day either to check messages, make a call, check Facebook is astonishing. In fact, the cellphone has become a type of electronic drug and many people are beginning to think that it may be time for an electronics intervention.

Meet the NoPhone!  NoPhone is the technology-free alternative …