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It's unfortunate that this existsâ�¦but also very interesting. At the Hunterian Museum in London. Photo by Stefan SchÃ¤ferâ�¦
The Cutest Little Corgi
A delightful picture gallery of the cutest little Corgi your eyes will ever see.
10 Awesome Facts About Owls [15 pics]
Photograph by René Pedersen Owls are awesome. It's an undeniable fact. They are expressive, they are diverse and they are stealthy. Oh, and their heads are on a swivel. Below you will find 10 i...
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The Wall of SOUND
Conventional monitor systems may not be aimed at any absorptive surface and may operate only four to six dB lower in radiated energy than the house system. This can cause a substantial increase in the apparent reverbera...
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The last post - Penmachine - Derek K. Miller
Here it is. I'm dead, and this is my last post to my blog. In advance, I asked that once my body finally shut down from the punishments of my cancer, then my family and friends publish this prepared message I wrote—the first part of the process of tu...
'Extinction threat' to religion
A study using census data from nine countries shows that religion there is set for extinction, say researchers.
Keep headphone wires from getting tangled
Reader Paul says he's got a little trick that helps keep his headphone cables from getting tangled into knots: With your right hand make devil horns (third and fourth fingers tucked, second and fifth extended)Use your thumb to hold the earbuds agains...
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Music Cognition Lab - Psychology Department
Music Cognition Lab at Tufts University: Led by Provost Jamshed Bharucha and Postdoctoral Associate Meagan Curtis, we study the perception and cognition of music and other auditory phenomenon using behavioral, ERP, and fMRI experimental paradigms.