AquaNew’s Spotlight on the 2016 AHH-Mazing “AHA!” Discoveries

by AquaNew on November 29, 2016

in Ahh-Mazing Discoveries, Green Technology, Science / Research

photo-credit_-esa_rosetta_navcam-2You know how that special “AHA!” moment hits you when you least expect it and seems to come from out of nowhere? That flash of brilliance that comes from somewhere deep in your creative center? We LOVE those moments, so much so that we’ve spent the last two years celebrating Ahh-mazing “AHA” Discoveries each month.

2016 was truly an Ahh-mazing year. We discovered a new species of octopod, were introduced to Elon Musk’s high-speed hyperloop, learned how dolphins sleep, and how a woman used green fingernail polish as a training aid for her brain to restore her visual color recognition.

We can’t wait to see what 2017 holds. Until then, here’s a list of all of our Ahh-mazing discoveries …

Past “AHA” Discoveries:

Do you have an Ahh-mazing “AHA” Discovery to share? Email inquiries@aquanew.com. This can be any idea or endeavor that may help others in their own revelation or better quality of life. Alternatively, want to nominate someone with special skills of creativity and innovation? Let us know.

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