Dissertation Dun dah daaaa

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It is finally here, 8,000 which aint so bad but alson still daunting i really want to nail this one but still haven’t seen my dissertation tutor is unfortunately now been taken seriously ill, which is very upsetting for all. I feel like i am swimming in soup with my ideas, there are quite a few, and i am digesting a lot of info about surrealism, as my dissertation topic is around the

Phycological generation of Surrealism within photography

Why am i looking at this?

Because i want to know why, i am always asking why, even if it frustrates the human being i am asking, sometimes even myself to a point of self combustion, i always have this gut feeling there is a reason for everything, and sometimes we are just unconsciously unaware of the real truths behind things, the way we treat one another the way we speak to one another etc. And perhaps we can evolve a little as a race if we just learned to listen to ourselves a little more, and not be afraid to be weird, surreal or individual.

I don’t believe anything was supported or born from something with an obvious reason, and no reward or therapy goes towards those pioneering the idea, in this case Andre Breton Within Surrealism, but maybe it does, maybe Breton unconciously created surrealism as a form of escape, maybe Max Ernest, Marcel Duchamp and Breton ran away from the Nazis, but saw and heard some terrible things, perhaps they were in shock, many say Dali was psychotic, crazy, weird, or mental, but was he hurting anyone? was he forcing his art down their throats? or had surrealists unawarinly learnt how to tap into this unconcious that so blindly controls mainstream society, like the parents awnser to a childs question of why, ‘with because i know best’ perhaps this ‘80%’ of claimed brain space we do not use or even know about, could be used, could be taught or known about, but is being suppressed by mainstream, dare i even say it communist visual messages and ideologies, keeping us all safe by putting a screen in front of our face, arguable even like a parent with a bored and irritated child, an actually holding evolution, and the human race as a whole back?

…..And i am back, my goodness look at these words that suddenly appeared! yey!! (this actually aint so bad after all) dissertation here i come….what was i worried about 😛

How Moken Children See With Amazing Clarity Underwater (Video)

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Going mental over this blog! so much interesting stuff! I never knew this was actually possible but i have wondered, as i love to swim and i love being under the water, i have always wished to be able to spend more time under the water, and also actually see well (as i wear contact lenses) here humans are actually training themselves at a young age to be able to do this, why wasn’t that included in my £15 a week swimming lessons! instead i would wibble wobble like jelly on a plate at the side of the pool more times that i can count and then would jump into the water, i would have preferred to have learnt how to see underwater….

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Ever wondered why your vision gets blurry when you open your eyes underwater?

Well, as you descend down into the water, light levels quickly drop. Your eye reacts by opening the iris more to let in more light, which in turn widens your pupils, blurring your vision.

Moken children, however, learn at a very young age how to override this natural reaction, closing their pupils as much as possible rather than opening them wider.

This allows them to see twice as well as you or I underwater. However, recent studies suggest that any child can learn this skill.

The Moken people are a semi-nomadic seafaring people who live in and around the Mergui Archipelago, a group of around 800 islands in the Andaman Sea claimed by both Burma and Thailand.

To read more on the Moken, check out this article from Survival International.

Feature image courtesy of BBC One.

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