Ispectrum Magazine Ispectrum Magazine #06 - Page 3

editorial Dear readers, Issue number #6 is here and that means that we have been with you for a whole year! That’s right. We started this dream last March! And here we come again with spring, and a new edition full of fascinating contents. Doctor Crawford, from California, contributes with an article that illustrates to us the importance of autonomic balance; the key to health. I am sure you will find it very useful. Rob Hutchinson writes about the strange case of Ian Waterman, who at 19 caught a virus that destroyed half of his nervous system. Since then, he has been unable to mentally sense the relative positions of his limbs in space and whether or not they are in motion. The human brain is shrinking for the first time in our evolutionary history. If modern humans are so smart, why are our brains shrinking? There are some leading theories about why the human brain has been getting smaller since the Stone Age. Mike McInnes, a retired Scottish pharmacist and author of The Honey Diet has some information about it to share with us. Joseph Davidovits is a French materials scientist known for the invention of geopolymer chemistry. He posited that the blocks of the Great Pyramid are not carved stone but mostly a form of limestone concrete or man-made stone. Tania Dey has had the honour of interviewing him for us. Thanks Tania! Enjoy your reading! 2 Mado Martinez Editorial Director Ispectrum magazine Editorial Director Mado Martinez, Art Director Rayna Petrova Copy Editing and Proofreading Matt Loveday Jennifer James Contributing Writers Dr. Dennis K. Crawford Rob Hutchinson Mike McInnes Tania Dey Images Cover : © Billy Benavides / ,,, +44 7938 707 164 (UK) Follow Us