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[VIDEO] The Scientific Power of Music

Is music humanity's drug of choice? What is the mysterious power behind it's ability to captivate, stimulate and keep us coming back for more? Find out the scientific explanation of how a simple mixture of sound frequencies can affect your brain and body, and why it's not all that different than a drug like cocaine


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[VIDEO] "We Are Star Dust" - Symphony of Science

mp3:http://bit.ly/IIUVRB We are star dust, reacWe are star dust, reaching out to the universe. The 15th Symphony of Science video featuring Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Richard Feynman and Lawrence Krauss.


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NOISY JELLY

Noisy jelly is a game where the player has to cook and shape his own musical material, based on coloured jelly. With this noisy chemistry lab, the gamer will create his own jelly with water and a few grams of agar agar powder. After added different color, the mix is then pour in the molds. 10 min later, the jelly shape can then be placed on the game board,and by touching the shape, the gamer will activate different sounds.


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Symphony of Science - The Greatest Show on Earth! A music video about Evolution

A musical celebration of the wonders of biology, including evolution, natural selection, DNA, and more. Featuring David Attenborough, Richard Dawkins and Bill Nye. "The Greatest Show on Earth" is the 13th video in the Symphony of Science music videos series. Materials used in this video are from:


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Scott Rickard: The beautiful math behind the ugliest music | Video on TED.com

Scott Rickard: The beautiful math behind the ugliest music | Video on TED.com | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it
TED Talks Scott Rickard set out to engineer the ugliest possible piece of music, devoid of repetition, using a mathematical concept known as the Golomb ruler. At TEDxMIA, he shares the math behind musical beauty (and its opposite).

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[VIDEO] Michael Tilson Thomas: Music and emotion through time (TEDTalks)

In this epic overview, Michael Tilson Thomas traces the development of classical music through the development of written notation, the record, and the re-mix.


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Did Humans Invent Music?

Did Humans Invent Music? | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

Did Neanderthals sing? Is there a “music gene”? Two scientists debate whether our capacity to make and enjoy songs comes from biological evolution or from the advent of civilization.


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How music prevents organ rejection

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Music has a fundamental affect on humans. It can reduce stress, enhance relaxation, provide a distraction from pain, and improve the results of clinical therapy.

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Andrew McCluskey's curator insight, August 7, 2014 12:48 PM

research from Japan on Mice - the only thing you need to know is this:


"They found that opera and classical music both increased the time before the transplanted organs failed, but single frequency monotones and new age music did not."


take that Yanni!


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The Mozart Effect

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Scientists around the world have claimed that Mozart's music makes people more intelligent and improves health.

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JMS1's curator insight, October 7, 2013 9:06 PM

Ryal Newfeldt: Music is the perfect way to improve your mood, and clear your thoughts as you focus on sounds that stimulate your mind and soul. Therefore it is not surprising that Mozart's music has been scientifically proven to improve health in some instances