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Why We All Need To Be Listening To Classical Music By Mark DeNicola. For most, by its nature, classical music is certainly among the easiest to listen to, yet not many of us choose to listen to it regularly in … Continue reading
Playing music by professional musicians activates genes responsible for brain function and singing of songbirds
Playing music by professional musicians activates genes responsible for brain function and singing of songbirds March 27, 2015. Source:University of Helsinki. Although music perception and practice are well preserved in human evolution, the biological determinants of music practice are largely … Continue reading
People once woke up halfway through the night to think, write or make love. What have we lost by sleeping straight through? By Karen Emslie. I have often wondered why it is I have the natural tendency to write fiction … Continue reading
Why is Music a Religious Experience? By Michael Graziano, Professor of Neuroscience and Novelist, Princeton University. As a neuroscientist, I have often wondered — what is the source of my relationship to music? A great deal is known about how … Continue reading
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drCrazzzy * The Music Instinct: Science & Song explores ground-breaking science revealing the power of music and its connection with the body, the brain and the world of nature. The film deals with…
Scientists Find Hints for the Immortality of the Soul By Dr. Rolf Froböse (Freelance science and economic journalist) Some international physicists are convinced, that our spirit has a quantum state and that the dualism between the body and the soul … Continue reading