Sunday, May 1, 2011

The Daily Muse: Music and Magnetism

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This video shows how magnets apparently affect the ability of the brain to process language. The researcher seems to believe that there will be some applications for this phenomenon in therapy or medical treatment. I think the research is still in its beginning stages, but it is intriguing how a person can sing through the magnetic interference but can't talk! (Go here to see the video at the original site.)

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