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'Google on steroids': Scientists create chemical...
brewistry: http://phys.org/news/2012-08-google-steroids-scientists-chemical-brain.html Northwestern University scientists have connected 250 years of organic chemical knowledge into one giant computer network — a chemical Google on steroids. This “immortal chemist” will never retire and take away its knowledge but instead will continue to learn, grow and share. Lucky for me, I never liked...
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NASA Researchers Discover the Origin of a Major... →
liketotryit: Researchers analyzing meteorite fragments that fell on a frozen lake in Canada have developed an explanation for the origin of life’s “handedness” – why living things only use molecules with specific orientations.
The Wright Brothers did not have any theory of flight,” says Schank. “They...– Is Every Single Subject Taught in High School a Mistake? (via world-shaker)
Considering yourself a serious reader doesn’t mean you can’t read light books....– Lauren Leto, Judging a Book by Its Lover (via rebeccaschinsky)
Eat. Geek. Study: meadowslark ha contestado a tu... →
eatgeekstudy: meadowslark ha contestado a tu publicación: I PICKED MY LITTLES I would like to ask a question about chem studies, but I can’t find an “ask” button on your blog. In short, how can I be supportive of my daughter who is now in O-chem? WHAA? I’ll fix that right now! Ohhh man….
How Do Our Brains Process Music? - David Byrne →
jtotheizzoe: In this excerpt from his new book, How Music Works, musician David Byrne explores some of the latest neuroscience regarding how it is, exactly, certain patterns of sound that fall within particular ranges of frequencies can affect our brains so greatly: “…the sonic range that matters and interests us the most is identical to the range of sounds we ourselves produce. Our ears and...