Top 15 Most Entertaining Horror Films From The 80s

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“On top of everything else that made that decade of films stand out, the 1980s managed to produce a body of films that are even now immensely re-watchable year after year after year. And what’s interesting to note is that 14 of the 15 films on this list were all released between 1985 and 1988! Now this list is not to be taken as definitive or complete. It’s a list of films that is simply a list based upon subjective preferences, memory, and taste. So no matter how shitty plenty of those films were back then, these 15 films have single handedly managed to turn the 1980s into a golden age of horror cinema. A golden age of the likes of which we will probably never see again.” w/ photos + videos

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Top 101 Inspiring Happiness Quotes

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“With the help of the written word we can look far, far back into time, through the decades, the centuries and, yes, even the millennias. Today, I would like to look back into the past and see what the wise people who have walked on this earth can tell us about happiness and how to uncover it. No matter if you live today or lived two thousand years ago. This is 101 of the most inspiring, touching and helpful thoughts from the past on happiness.” w/ photos

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Top 30 Practical Memory Improvement Techniques You Can Do Right Now

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“We often take for granted just how far memorization techniques can take us. For instance, in the past 1,300 years, countless hafiz‎ have memorized the entirety of the Quran, and thousands of mentalists since the time of Plato have astounded audiences with feats of seemingly impossible memorization. Most of these feats are actually within your reach. There’s no magic involved, though many of the memory improvement techniques [here] require you to put a bit of effort in them.” w/ photos

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Top 5 Totally Plausible Brain-Machine Interfaces From Sci-Fi

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“This is just one step, although a very big step, in the field of neuroprosthetics. There is research underway elsewhere into restoring limited sight to the blind. The basic idea being a sensor “sees” a color such as red, then triggers an implant to activate the part of the brain that displays red. And then there’s things like this brain-controlled helicopter. So what does all this mean for the future? What strange visions might come true? Well, using science fiction as our guide, let’s take a look at…” w/ photos

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