It’s fairly well known that while only about 1% of the entire population are psychopaths, around 4% of all CEOs can be classified as such. Just so we’re clear, a psychopath can be defined as “a person with a psychopathic personality, which manifests as amoral and antisocial behavior, lack of ability to love or establish meaningful personal relationships, extreme egocentricity, [and] failure to learn from experience.” Psychopaths are broken down into two groups: people displaying Factor One psychopathic tendencies would simply feel no emotional response if they saw an image of a child crying or a natural disaster, while people displaying Factor Two psychopathic tendencies would be excited by these images.
This incredible video was created by Hybrid Medical Animation, a group dedicated to the accurate depiction of the human body in dynamic, 3D images. A perfect digital rendering of a human skeleton,…
Unless you’ve been cryogenically frozen for the past decade, you know that water shortages are becoming a huge problem. According to UN estimates, by 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in countries or regions with absolute water scarcity, and two-thirds of the world’s population could be living under water stressed conditions.
To date there have been no scientific studies performed regarding the amount of water wasted this summer by people trying not to donate money to charity, but below is an image that shows the hidden water in a products you likely consume every day.
How Much Water Does It Take To Produce These Consumer Goods?
Given the incredible amount of work our body does every day and its constitutive cellular processes, it’s absolutely amazing that we don’t get cancer starting when we’re born. Find out why that is by watching this video.
Ebola has been in the news for a while, what with all the killing, and for once it appears the media has actually underestimated the severityof the problem. It’s gotten so bad, even the usual gang of shameless opportunists is getting called out for feasting on the human tragedy.
Far be it for us to rise above a good panic. As part of ATI’s continuing series on things that should keep you up at night, here are four diseases that are way scarier than Ebola that you should be way more scared of.
Scary Diseases: Influenza
Yes, the flu. Somewhere in our collective unconscious mind, we all kind of know that the flu is a big deal that totally kills people, but it’s hard to shake the feeling that it’s just a bad kind of cold. After all, what has the flu ever done but buy you a few extra days to study for a fifth-grade spelling test?