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by November 22, 2023
By Mark Lacey YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS AS A FIELD When we look at a radio, we understand that the radio does not create the music, but rather, the radio receives the signal. I argue that our consciousness acts as a field, and when we see the brain lighting up and firing off its neurons, what we are seeing is a function of the brain, not the source of our consciousness. In the fields of neuroscience and cognitive science, they still wrestle with understanding where and how consciousness arises. They ...
by August 17, 2023
## The Hidden Power of Sound: Can Music and Frequencies Influence Our DNA? In 1986, Japanese scientist Susumu Ohno made a startling discovery - the four nucleotide bases of DNA correspond to musical notes. By associating cytosine (C) with the note C, guanine (G) with the note G, adenine (A) with the note A, and thymine (T) with the note D, Ohno found he could convert DNA sequencing into melodic musical compositions.  This breakthrough revealed an intrinsic musicality within our genetic code an...
Witness the captivating glimpses of Venus, Earth's celestial twin, showcasing its enigmatic beauty in a way that will leave you in awe.Once deemed Earth's twin due to its similar size and its close proximity, Venus has earned a notorious reputation as the evil sibling of our planetary family. With a wealth of knowledge gathered by scientists, we now understand Venus to be a toxic wasteland, an inferno where heat is trapped in its thick atmosphere due to a runaway greenhouse effect. Surprisingly,...
Geoffrey Hinton was an artificial intelligence pioneer. In 2012, Dr. Hinton and two of his graduate students at the University of Toronto created technology that became the intellectual foundation for the A.I. systems that the tech industry’s biggest companies believe is a key to their future. On Monday, however, he officially joined a growing chorus of critics who say those companies are racing toward danger with their aggressive campaign to create products based on generative artificial intel...
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by November 19, 2019
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EYES WIDE OPEN (2’30’') These are just a few impressions of my trip in Bangladesh. (Dhaka-Gaibandha-Chittagong-Syhlet) I went there to shoot…
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by November 19, 2019
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Prolongez l'expérience en créant votre film : http://3motspour.paris/ Une ville, deux artistes, trois mots, des millions de possibilités.… A city, two artists, three words, millions of possibilities ...
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by September 26, 2019
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Surfers and free divers know well those dark, lung-searing seconds waiting to surface after a wave has pinned you to the ocean floor. It can feel like an eternity.…
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by September 26, 2019
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Go storm chasing and get up close like never before, without having to be paranoid of Mother Narture whipping your ass. For licensing inquiries email dustin@dfvc.com Here is my second rendition of storm chasing with a Phantom Flex 4K. The best shots from two years of storm chasing…
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by September 26, 2019
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facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/hellofrederikschindler My wife and I went on a roadtrip from Perth to Sydney. We spent some weeks exploring the amazing…
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by September 26, 2019
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The wildlife, the people, the nature. No place is like Madagascar, this big, mystical island off the African coast. This video seeks to give a vivid portrait of…
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by September 26, 2019
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Luca Giustozzi - www.lucagiustozzi.com - Travel Photo & Video specializing in Northern Lights Tour - The Iceland is like my second home. Every year I return…
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by September 26, 2019
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This movie was shot during our 20 days trip to Antarctica in December 2014 to January 2015. We started from Ushuaia in Argentina and went to Port Williams in…