Tag: experiments

The experience of seeing the unseen: Dr. Harold Edgerton

The experience of seeing the unseen: Dr. Harold Edgerton

There is an exhibition in London that I am not going to miss. It is taking place at Michael Hoppen Gallery (6th of June – 2nd August) and it is about Dr. Edgerton’s experiments of photography. He was the man who loved to stop the time, the man who wanted to see the unseen. Here […]

Sick of forgetting where you put the car keys?

Sick of forgetting where you put the car keys?

As we age it seems natural that our memory starts to get a little foggy at times. Something as simple as where the house keys are or more serious such as the cheque book can result in a furious search of the house and endless frustration. For some this may signal the onset of Alzheimers […]

The Strangest Experiments in Psychology

The Strangest Experiments in Psychology

After prepping my 18 year old student for his upcoming psychology exam and seeing his surprise at learning about some of the most famous and controversial experiments in the history of psychology, I thought I would do some digging myself and search for some equally controversial, but less well known, studies. The studies outlined below […]