2010’s can rightly be called the decade of nostalgia for the eighties. And nostalgia is not for discos, but for deeper signs of age — by culture, attitude, naivete, understanding, and a feeling of impending future, and another fear of that future.
Today, the future has already come and turned out to be quite different from what was imagined thirty years ago. On the one hand it is good, and on the other — sad. Machines still do not fly, the galaxy is not inhabited, and artificial intelligence is not so intelligent. Modern “new sincerity” turned out to be more synthetic than synthetic postmodernism of the late twentieth century: the world is ruled by Finance, terror, wars, cataclysms and politics. Continue reading
The first Neurophon was made when Patrick was only 14 years old, in 1958. The following year, Flanagan gave a lecture at the Houston Amateur Radio Club, where he demonstrated the possibilities of his invention.
The day after the lecture, a reporter from the Houston Post called him. He asked if it was possible to try a Neurophon on his relative who was deaf as a result of spinal meningitis. The experiment was very successful. And the day after the successful experiment, an article was published about the neurophone as a potential hearing aid for the deaf.
Fame grew every year. In 1961, correspondents from Life magazine literally settled in Patrick’s house. They took about a thousand pictures, following him everywhere he went. Continue reading
Your ears emit sounds! Right now your ears emit different sounds high definition. This recent discovery gave birth to a science that listens to the ears. “It’s amazing!”this is how Dr. William Brownell of Johns Hopkins University school of medicine describes this fact. His colleague said, “It’s as amazing as if your nose was emitting smells.”
The sounds produced by the ears help you to understand the speech, as well as to determine the direction from which the sound is coming in Addition, they improve the human imagination. Ear rays act as a holographic radar; they act as supporting beams interacting with sounds coming with the formation of the interference pattern. Continue reading