Aug 252014
Attractive Faces And Good Health May Not Be Related

Scientists refuse to admit that Phrenology, which claims that the shape of the head and landmarks on it are related to the mental, emotional, and personality makeup of an individual, is a valid science.

The study being reported on in the news story below, which looked for links between facial asymmetry and health, is Phrenology in all but name.

Aug 032014
Japanese "Fashion Trend" Is Really Japanese People Ridiculing Westerners Deformed In The Way Described By Happeh Theory

A news story recently reported that “the Japanese trend for ‘cavity pose’ is about people posing in a way that makes it look like they have a cavity, like the woman in this picture, ostensibly because make their faces look slimmer”. The story went on to say “The name of the pose, which means cavity pose, is called ‘mushiba […]

Jun 272014
Woman's Dog Alerts Her To Breast Cancer

This post reprints a news story about a dog that detected a human’s breast cancer. The story is included here at Happeh Theory because Happeh believes he had a strong impact, if in fact he was not the inspiration for, the acceptance of the modern medical community towards animal diagnosis and “treatment” of human health problems.

Jun 242014
Family photo could soon diagnose some of the rarest genetic diseases in just a few hours

The news article reprinted below proves Phrenology is a legitimate scientific discipline in all but name. The story details how scientists have discovered that specific facial looks are associated with certain genetic conditions, which themselves are associated with particular personality and mental characteristics. Which is exactly what Phrenology claims.