Wall Walking Technology in Boruto

Ninja Technology in Boruto part 2 Wall walking is a very common and rather easy skill for the ninjas in the world of Naruto to do compared to people in the real world.   Naruto is able to do this by using a mystical energy called chakra that circulates through the bodies of people in Read More …

Noise Canceling Technology in Boruto

Ninja Technology in Boruto part 1   The world of Boruto and its parent manga Naruto is rather anachronistic at times.  This is a world where you can have radios, computers, dirigibles, and even trains being used alongside ninjas that fight using magic and weapons from the Warring States period of Japan.  Needless to say, Read More …

Does Shin Uchia really understand biology?

Does Shin Uchia really understand biology?   Shin Uchia is a short-lived antagonist in the ongoing “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Continuation” of the long-lived Naruto franchise.  Not much is given about his background beyond his being a former test subject of Orochimaru.  What makes him so special is that he has a rare gift: his Read More …

Anime Eyes

Anime eyes First off sorry for the lack of posting lack week, but I went to Lake Khuvsgul and came down with the flu and it took me a while to recover.  Anyway I’m back to full health and lets get on with the science, specifically anime eyes. Even the most casual observer of anime Read More …

Law of Extreme Anger

Law of Extreme Anger             Law of Extreme Anger– Whenever a female character gets mad, such as seeing the male character with another girl, she becomes extremely strong (despite her usually helpless look) so that she can lift a 1000-pound object to hurt the guy. She can sometimes perform other Read More …

The Hayflick Limit

The Hayflick Limit   The Hayflick limit was discovered in 1961 by Dr. Leonard Hayflick and refuted the prevailing thinking of the day that animal cells were for all purposes immortal.  In simple terms the Hayflick limit is the maximum number of times that an animal cell can divide.  In humans this turns out to Read More …