Hola mis queridos amigos, de vez en cuando leemos o escuchamos información o noticias curiosas. Hoy vamos a ver algunas de estas cosas curiosas.
Info: Speak Up magazine.
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LIVING IN A DREAM
If you have ever experienced a lucid dream, that is, a dream that you knowingly experience and control, then you will be aware of its potential benefits. In an attempt to potentially trigger such a dream, an online community surveyed its users, who reported being more likely to have a lucid dream after the morning alarm had been switched off. This led to a study which found that you are more likely to have a lucid dream if you're woken up during the late stages of sleep and then drift back off again. If you want to test out this theory my advice would be to set two alarms -just in case.
SAFE AND SECURE WALLET
A mini safe wallet designed by Ögon Designs allows you to carry and protect your most valuable personal effects: cash, credit cards, driver's licence...
The CODE WALLET features a 3 digit locking code and RFID blocking technology designed to deter pickpockets while also protecting your contactless cards from electronic data theft.
The death of a loved one is devastating, but BIOS URN offer a way of creating a natural homage and reminder of that person.
The Bios Incube acts as an urn, an incubator and a plantpot. It containes a seed that, nourished by human ashes, cultivates a tree which will grow in the name of your loved one.
Company Kuvée claims to have designed a bottle that keeps wine oxygen-free and so "fresh" for up to 30 days.
It consists of a sealed capsule with a valve that replaces the cork. An outer, sealed valve opens when a pin punctures it and reseals again after the wine has been poured.
A crutch by Mobility Design, bids to improve a user's quality of life by making crutches more comfortable.
The M&D crutch has flexible armbands that hold it to the arm, allowing the crutch to be used hands free, while concentrating the body weight on the elbows not on the armpits.
-KNOWLINGLY: a sabiendas.
-TO TRIGGER: desencadernar.
-TO DRIFT...AGAIN: volver a dormirse.
-TO TEST OUT: comprobar.
-TO SET: poner.
-TO DETER: impedir, disuadir.
-TO BID: pretender.
-TO HOLD: ajustar, sujetar.
SEE YOU MY FRIENDS!!!