Sunday, November 18, 2018

Tag: science

Science shows how drummers’ brains are unique

Drummers often fall victim to the “drummers are idiots” stereotype and are typically the most “replaceable” in a band. In their “Best Drummer Jokes...

NASA released actual recordings from space—and they’re chilling

Okay, before the argument starts: We all know you can’t actually hear sound in space. But! Sound does “exist” in the form of electromagnetic...

Science (ft. member of Frank Iero’s band), “Asteroids” song premiere

Listen to former AP&R band Science’s new song, “Asteroids.” The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album, 20XX, which will be released in...

Goths rejoice: Scientists develop material so dark you can’t even see it

A British company has produced a material so black it absorbs all but 0.035 percent of visual light, which is the new world record apparently....

‘Cosmos’ rebooted with host Neil deGrasse Tyson, producer Seth MacFarlane; watch epic first trailer

Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, the seminal 1980's series which helped science-geared television programing reach mainstream appeal, will see a 2014 reboot for a new...

The Science Of The Pit: Physics study compares moshing to molecules

A physics/sociology study conducted by Jesse Silverberg and Matt Bierbaum, doctoral students at Cornell University, has found that crowd behaviors at metal shows, deemed "extreme...

Scientists report pop music is now louder and all sounds similar

According to a new article from Scientific Reports, music has become louder and less varied throughout the years. Speaking with Reuters, researcher Joan Serrà said...

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