Eddy's Good News: Rare species of a Whale spotted & verified!

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21 Jul 2022, 10:27

(Pic: Hal Sato)

Awesome news from the northern pacific as a species of whale so rare it’s never been officially spotted has now been seen and verified.

Say konichiwa, to the Sato’s Beaked Whale. Imagine a chonky black dolphin more than twenty feet long and you’d be pretty much there.

The truth is we know more about the surface of Mars than we do about the deepest part of our oceans and that’s where these elusive creatures mostly live. They dive deep and long and spend the vast majority of their time hunting along oceanic shelves and the deepest ocean. Another thing makes them hard to spot: they don’t blow very hard when they surface, like other whales so they don’t announce themselves when they come up for air.

A pod of 14 Sato’s beaked Whales were spotted by Russian scientists who were studying killer whales and they managed to get a tissue biopsy from one of them which confirmed they were the most elusive whale on the planet. Well, so far….there might be an even rarer one down there!?

Via: goodnewsnetwork.org

(Pic: the Times/News UK)

Good news from all over the world as the largest study into the effects of microdosing with psilocybin and its effect on our physical and mental health has just been published and peer reviewed.

I've been following these studies for the past few years and the results are always incredibly positive. In the latest and most comprehensive study, 19,000 people from all over the world took tiny amounts of magic mushrooms and their mental health was carefully monitored. Microdosers across all age ranges reported larger decreases in mental health issues than those in the placebo group. This echoes tests which I’ve already shared with you but what was really interesting was the results of the so-called ‘finger tap test’ - this is one of the most common ways to measure physical dexterity and is routinely used to diagnose Parkinson’s disease. You tap your index finger and thumb together as many times as you can over 15 seconds. Fascinatingly this dexterity test works particularly well on people over 55. Those who microdosed psilocybin showed a 40% increase in dexterity, especially when combined with Lions Mane mushrooms which have long been used to naturally treat ADHD.

Via: goodnewsnetwork.org