Nigel Helyer from the University of Western Australia (Univesrity of Western Australia) and the University laboratory SymbioticA created the project GeneMusiK, which turns genetic codes into musical works and Vice versa.
Attempts to convert the decoded DNA sequence of notes made previously. But the authors of the project argue that for the first time such work “went so far”.
The creators of GeneMusiK not only developed mathematical algorithms for converting genetic codes into musical compositions, but also carried out the opposite transformation — they learned to turn notes into DNA chains. Continue reading
Beta waves are the fastest. Their frequency varies, in the classical version, from 14 to 42 Hz (and according to some modern sources – more than 100 Hz). In the normal waking state, when we observe the world around us with our eyes open, or are focused on solving some current problems, these waves, mainly in the range of 14 to 40 Hertz, dominate our brain. Beta waves are usually associated with wakefulness, wakefulness, concentration, cognition, and, if they are abundant, with anxiety, fear, and panic. The lack of beta waves is associated with depression, poor selective attention and problems with storing information. Continue reading
Hard rock sucks energy not only from a person, but also, for example, from geraniums. Since the time of Luther Burbank it is known that music and sounds can affect the vegetation.
Perhaps the ancients knew this too, as they sang while working in the field and used rhythmic dances to rest from work. But the only way we really knew about it was after Dan Carlson of blaine, Minnesota, did the most basic research of his life.
After years of hard work, Carlson found that the sounds that energize plants have the same frequency as the sounds that, according to Tomatis, awaken people. Continue reading