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Distant Star's Sound Waves Reveal Cycle Similar to Sun by National Science Foundation Posted Thu 26 Aug 2010 1:04pm In a bid to unlock long-standing mysteries of the sun, including the impacts on Earth of its 11-year cycle, an international team of scientists has successfully probed a distant star. By monitoring the star's sound waves, the team has observed a magnetic cycle analogous to the sun's solar cycle. Results of the study, conducted by s ... Read on »
Permanent Link: Sound Waves by yumers Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 12:00am I totally forgot about the following account til today, but I thought it was still interesting enough to write it down. When you think of places that play soothing sounds in the background, people usually think of salons and spas. Well, add ECT treatment room to that list. As I was getting situated for ECT, I noticed the sound of the ocean that ... Read on »
What is a cannon sound and what is a cannon wave ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 21 Feb 2010 8:54am Cannon Sound A loud first heart sound (S 1)   which is  heard intermittently in patients with complete heart block (CHB)  is  often referred to as  cannon sound . What is the mechanism of loud S1 in CHB ? We know , the intensity of S 1 is  mainly determined by the  relative position of mitral leaflet (To be precise, the  anterior ... Read on »
How You Can Use Sound And Music To Change Your Brain Waves With Laser Accuracy And Achieve Huge Focus And Performance Gains. by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sat 05 May 2012 12:00am Most of us know that workout songs and music can help you to exercise harder. But if you understand how sound and music actually change your brain waves, you can use this knowledge to alter your mental and physical performance states with laser accuracy. It sounds geeky, but I’m going to explain how… Read on »
Brain waves from thoughts of sounds used to move cursor by Healthy Solutions Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Feb 2012 3:25am By Jason Palmer Science and technology reporter, BBC News The studies used large arrays of electrodes but the job could be done with far smaller implants A cursor on a computer screen can be controlled using thoughts about a range of vowel sounds, research has found. Br ... Read on »
Waves of chanting sounded, followed by cries of Longchamp outlet Buddhism by liurixiong74 Posted Wed 09 May 2012 2:25am   Waves of chanting sounded, followed by cries of  Longchamp outlet   Buddhism, like a accepted austere bells, rain and falling lightning in the sky, a accumulation of which it and the acceptable ‘Buddha complete isolation, those who accept not accustomed an electric shock to annihilate the soldiers. anon to acquisition they are accustomed with w ... Read on »
Music for Healing by Nicholas J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Dec 2011 2:28pm  As some of you may know, I’ve been on a journey for almost a decade and a half to find the connections between music, vibration and health or healing.  We have studied the works of indigenous man, listened to the quotes of comparative mythologist, Joseph Campbell on the power of music, read Nancy Shute’s artricle about a study, published by th ... Read on »
Time Slowed Down by David K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:28pm First he saw a flash of light. Then he felt clear fluid on his cheek. Next the smell of blood. Then darkness and searing pain. Finally, he heard the explosion. In the Emergency Room, that’s how my friend Jeffrey described to me the slow motion of instantaneous events he experienced when the bottle-rocket blew apart his eye. It ma ... Read on »
George Castanza's CRIM Picture by RunMom Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 4:57pm Yep that's it. In all it's glory. That is my one and only photo from the CRIM (aren't you so thrilled I figured out how to get that beauty off my phone and onto this blog). That is what happens when gorgeous temps draw out record numbers of participants for MI's most well known race (outside of the marathon of course). But your going to h ... Read on »