Monthly Archives: October 2013

Psychoacoustic effects of musical beats

Psychoacoustic effects of musical beats Musical beats affect heartbeat, brain wave, and mental activity. The slow monotone Buddhist chant of Om Mani Padme Hum by Tibetan monks is 3 seconds per beat. This rhythm calms mental activity, brings the mind … Continue reading

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Psychoacoustic effects of lyrics and music without lyrics

Psychoacoustic effects of lyrics and music without lyrics Here are some observations about the psychoacoustic effects of music with and without lyrics. The effects are different. The psychoacoustic effects of lyrics affect emotion. The psychoacoustic effects of instrumental music affect … Continue reading

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Does hydrogen peroxide kill flesh eating bacteria?

In response. Regardless of how the medical establishment defines and classifies “flesh eating bacteria”, I consider all fungi and bacteria that eat away at an open wound and cause bleeding and necrosis of the flesh and skin and bore into … Continue reading

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Psychoacoustic effects

Psychoacoustical effects Psychoacoustics is the study of the psychological and the physiological responses to sound. This discussion is mainly about the physiological responses to pitch and loudness of sound. Sound is a compression wave, and it produces physical force. This … Continue reading

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Bug bite, stiffness, muscle and back aches

In response to enquiries: “Bug bite on neck stiffness” and “Muscle ache and severe backache following mosquito bite”. Bug bites affect the nervous system. The nerves controlling muscle movement are bundled at the base of the skull and they extend … Continue reading

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