You may have heard of a new kind of therapy from your more “new age” friends, “Sensory Deprivation Tanks”. While it sounds like a form of torture that might have been used at Guantanamo Bay, many people swear to its benefits. Boldly going into the void to gaze into the abyss for an hour or two.
Surprisingly, this study was not funded by HBO, Netflix, Hulu or the Illuminati.
Characters in TV shows, films and books can feel so real. We cry for them when times are bad, we laugh when they make jokes – then look over our shoulders to check no one saw us. Or, if you're watching with your partner, you'll grasp their arm, look at one another with slack jaws, and excitedly discuss as the credits roll.
In Netflix’s "Stranger Things" characters enter a parallel dimension. Could this actually happen?
Netflix's gripping original series Stranger Things has many across the country itching for a second season. If you are science-minded or just innately curious, you may be wondering about the science behind this sci-fi/horror's plot. Could there be such a thing as a parallel dimension? Might we go there?