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The Circadian Rhythm: What Artificial Light is Doing to Your Body

Circadian, Circadian Rhythm

  Long-term exposure to artificial light weakens the body’s 24-hour circadian rhythm, says a new study published in Current Biology in July 2016 by Eliane A. Lucassen et al. In addition to disrupting the biological clock, continuous light deteriorates muscle strength, bone microstructure, and innate immune response. Allowing the body […]

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Sonogenetics, How Soundwaves Can Activate Neurons

Sonogenetics, Sonogenetic Research

Sonogenetics is a revolutionary science that offers a noninvasive surgery using low-frequency sound to activate specific ultrasonically sensitized neurons. A group of scientists at Salk Institute have developed a new method called sonogenetics to selectively stimulate brain, heart, muscle and other cells using ultrasonic sound waves. The technique uses the same type of […]

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Mickey Hart’s Brain Enhanced With Rhythm, Neuroscience Suggests

Mickey Hart, Mickey Hart Brain and Rhythm

The Role of Rhythm in Higher-Order Brain Functions  Mickey Hart is a Grammy-award winning musician. He is best known as one of the drummers of the rock band The Grateful Dead. In 2012, the Grateful Dead drummer exposed his brain to a live audience.  With an electroencephalography (EEG) device on his head, Mickey Hart played the […]

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Drummers are Awesome, Revealing the Science of Synchronized Rhythm

Synchronized Rhythm, Drummers and Synchronized Rhythm, Drumming Beats

Synchronized rhythm is something that every drummer needs and spends his lifetime pursuing. This article explores the remarkable science of synchronized rhythm through the eyes of drummers and offers a practical tip for anyone interested in achieving heart and mind coherence. In any music concert, drummers are most likely sitting at the […]

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Dolphin Sounds Generate Images, Research Team Discovers

Dolphin Sounds, What the Dolphin Saw, Sound Images, CymaScope, Submerged Man

Scientific Breakthrough – Dolphin Sounds Generate Images  Research team discovers that dolphin sounds generate images with echolocation. Amplify your worldview and explore the science and technology behind the startling announcement of “what-the-dolphin-saw” sound images, by Jack Kassewitz and John Stuart Reid, from CymaScope.com. This week the world was witness to a mind-bending […]

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Cymatics: Everything is Sound and Light (Part 2/3)

Everything is Sound and Light, Part 2

Quantum Weirdness Can be Explained with Fluid Dynamics Cymatics and Fluid Dynamics are two revolutionary scientific discoveries in this article, which is a continuation of The Amplituhedron: Everything is Sound and Light, Part 1. These recent discoveries reveal that liquids, space, and whatever space emerges from behave and resonate with similar principles and […]

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