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Tag Archives: Music
The Monochord
Pythagoras in School of Athens A monochord is an ancient musical and scientific laboratory instrument. It is also the classname for any musical stringed instrument having only one string (such as the Vietnamese Đàn bầu). The word “monochord” comes … Continue reading
Delving Deeper into the Subject of Binaural Beats
Scheme showing the course of the fibers of the lemniscus; medial lemniscus in blue, lateral in red. (Superior olivary nucleus is labeled at center right.) The superior olivary nucleus is considered part of the pons and is a part of … Continue reading
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Tagged Brain, Chaldni, Consciousness, HemiSync, Music, Sound, Taylor
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Binaural beats by Wiki(updated April 2016)
A binaural beat is an auditory illusion perceived when two different puretone sine waves, both with frequencies lower than 1500 Hz, with less than a 40 Hz difference between them, are presented to a listener dichotically, that is one through each ear.[1] … Continue reading
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Tagged Brain, Cymatics, HemiSync, Michael Persinger, Music, Nasa, nodal, Octave, Schumann Response, Sonification, Sound, Space Station, Tom Campbell
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A Musical Score on Particles?
Schema created by Vicinanza with an example bubble chamber particle track, which has been converted into a melody and then orchestrated as music. Image courtesy Domenico Vicinanza. Positrons – antiparticles of electrons, a trillionth of a meter in size – … Continue reading
Music of Hemispheres
Hearing Colors, Tasting Shapes By Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard Modern scientists have known about synesthesia since 1880, when Francis Galton, a cousin of Charles Darwin, published a paper in Nature on the phenomenon. But most have brushed … Continue reading
Posted in Brain, Creativity, Emergence, Kandinsky, Music, Sir Isaac Newton, Sound, Synesthesia, Tonal
Tagged Brain, Creativity, Emergence, Kandinsky, Music, Sir Isaac Newton, Sound, Synesthesia, Tonal
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PLATO:Mathematician or Mystic ?
Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty, a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Chaldni, Concepts, geometries, imagery, Mathematics, Music, nodal, nodal Gauss Riemann, Plato, School of Athens
Tagged Art, Chaldni, Concepts, geometries, imagery, Mathematics, Music, nodal, nodal Gauss Riemann, Plato, School of Athens
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Understanding the Tonal
Sir Isaac Newton So, you have your units, and the powers of ten? Distances shorter than 1 µm 1 micrometre (micron)Items with lengths between 110 µm (microns)1.55 µm — wavelength of light used in optical fibre6 µm — anthrax spore68 … Continue reading
Posted in Alchemists, Cosmology, Kandinsky, Music, Powers of Ten, Sir Isaac Newton, Sound, Sun, Synesthesia, Tonal
Tagged Alchemists, Cosmology, Kandinsky, Music, Powers of Ten, Sir Isaac Newton, Sound, Sun, Synesthesia, Tonal
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Raphael the Painter
By ‘dilating’ and ‘expanding’ the scope of our attention we not only discover that ‘form is emptiness’ (the donut has a hole), but also that ’emptiness is form’ (objects precipitate out of the larger ‘space’) – to use Buddhist terminology. … Continue reading
Posted in Blank Slate, Complexity, Creativity, geometries, Induction, Intuition, Liminocentric, Medicine Wheel, Music, Plato's Cave, Ramanujan, Raphael, School of Athens, Socratic Method, Sun
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CNO and the Law of Octaves
“String theory—the hot topic in physics for the past 20 years—is a deadend, says Smolin, one of the founders of Canada’s Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics and himself a lapsed string theorist. In fact, he (and others) argue convincingly, string … Continue reading
Posted in Anthropic Principal, Colour of Gravity, Concepts, Gravity, Hooft, Intuition, Law of Octaves, Loop Quantum, Music, Octave, Orbitals, Quantum Gravity, Smolin, Sound, String Theory, Sun, Susskind
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Quantum Hall Effect
This article below was set in motion by Stefan’s article,”Pencils, Black Holes, and the Klein Paradox”, at Backreaction. B will have to offer her perspective on the blackhole analogy. I offer mine.:) The fractional quantum Hall effect continues to be … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Black Holes, Emergence, geometries, Laughlin, M Theory, Mathematics, Music, Riemann Hypothesis, Robert B. Laughlin, Sir Isaac Newton, Standard model, String Theory
Tagged Art, Black Holes, Emergence, geometries, Laughlin, M Theory, Mathematics, Music, Riemann Hypothesis, Robert B. Laughlin, Sir Isaac Newton, Standard model, String Theory
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