Magic Square of the Sun

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkkKRhv4itU       The Magic Square of the Sun is a type of mathematical puzzle or grid known as a magic square. It is a square grid containing numbers arranged in such a way that the sum of the numbers in each row, column, and diagonal is the same. The Magic Square of … Read more

Dr. Erich Jarvis: The Neuroscience of Speech, Language & Music | Huberman Lab Podcast #87

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVxL_p_kToc Dr. Erich Jarvis is a prominent neuroscientist known for his groundbreaking research on the neuroscience of speech, language, and music. His work has contributed significantly to our understanding of how the brain processes and produces these complex forms of communication. Here’s an overview of Dr. Erich Jarvis’s contributions to this field: 1. **Birdsong Research**: … Read more

Language Matters — Authenticity or Glorification and Celebration of Self-Annihilation ? Korporate – B*tch Back

Intention.  Presentation.  What does this convey? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8dMmMpqLdQ     The phrase “Authenticity or Glorification and Celebration of Self-Annihilation” suggests a dichotomy between two contrasting approaches or attitudes towards one’s identity and existence. Let’s break down each part of the phrase: Authenticity: Authenticity refers to being true to oneself, one’s values, and one’s experiences. It involves … Read more

Why words matter — they set intention — Origin of Language & Symbol as Pure Vortex Implosion Geometry Embedded & Entangled w/ Dan Winter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAV7eT_M4Gc   The idea that words matter because they set intention and that language and symbols are embedded with pure vortex implosion geometry is a concept that has been explored by various thinkers, including Dan Winter, a researcher in the fields of physics, psychology, and consciousness. According to this perspective, language and symbols are not … Read more

Noumenon – How HP Blavatsky saw sound

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UK5FrH1ps8         “Noumenon” is a term used in philosophy to refer to a thing as it is in itself, independent of observation. As for how Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (HP Blavatsky), a prominent figure in the 19th-century Theosophical movement, perceived sound, it’s important to note that she incorporated various esoteric and spiritual concepts … Read more

Language universals at birth

The evolution of human languages is driven both by primitive biases present in the human sensorimotor systems and by cultural transmission among speakers. However, whether the design of the language faculty is further shaped by linguistic biological biases remains controversial. To address this question, we used near-infrared spectroscopy to examine whether the brain activity of … Read more

Bionic Arm Taps New Part of Brain for Smooth Moves

Mind-controlled prosthetic limbs have been a reality for a few years, but researchers have not found ways to give the people who use them the same, smooth motor control that people have over their natural limbs. Now, a team of researchers says the members have solved part of the problem of smooth motor control by … Read more

Music, Language, Knowledge, Wisdom & Spirit of Ancient Ireland

Gerard Banks sharing knowledge and speaking openly about the ancient spirit, wisdom and culture of the ancient Irish, our natural language and our ancient spiritual connection to earth and the rest of the ancient world not only Ancient Egypt but also ancient connections to the Moai and New Zealand Maori people. Covering topics from spirituality … Read more

The Symbolic Nature of Language – Olav Torheim, Red Ice

Olav Torheim is a Norwegian engineer and editor of Målmannen, a journal focusing on language, culture and politics. Torheim has a PhD in Physics and worked at different research institutions in France and Germany before returning to Norway two years ago. Using Målmannen as a platform, he tries to promote a traditional Nordic and European … Read more

Good Vibrations: The Science of Sound

We look around us–constantly. But how often do we listen around us? Sound is critically important to our bodies and brains, and to the wider natural world. In the womb, we hear before we see. Join John Schaefer, Jamshed Bharucha, Christopher Shera, the Danish sound artist Jacob Kirkegaard and multi-instrumentalists Polygraph Lounge for a fascinating … Read more

Music is Math in Action

Marty Leeds has been writing songs and poetry for over 18 years and has had an interest in everything from philosophy, to esoterica, mathematics and the sciences. He was born and raised in southern Wisconsin and has lived in Washington, Oregon and Colorado. Marty returns to Red Ice Radio to discuss “mathemagics,” Gematria and the … Read more

Tonality, Vocal Intonation, Speech, Speaking, Language, Words

How do we sound credible? Dr. Sicola shows how your vocal delivery influences how your message is received, and how to use it to your advantage. Watch Laura Sicola’s talk to learn how to hone your “vocal executive presence” and make your desired vocal impact. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02EJ1IdC6tE   Tonality, vocal intonation, speech, language, and words are … Read more

Auditory streaming and the building of timbre – Steven Pinker

Harmonies and Melodies, assigning source, deciding musicality, based on timbre. https://www.academia.edu/661171/Auditory_streaming_and_the_building_of_timbre   Auditory streaming, a concept explored in the field of psychology and neuroscience, refers to the brain’s ability to separate and organize complex auditory information into distinct perceptual streams or channels. This phenomenon allows us to perceive and make sense of the various components … Read more

Blues and the Tuning of the World: Gary Lucas

“The voice of God speaks through a bent note. Howling. Wailing.”   Content Published on May 23, 2013 Dubbed “The Thinking Man’s Guitar Hero” by The New Yorker, “The world’s most popular Avant-rock guitarist” by The Independent (UK), “One of the 100 Greatest Living Guitarists” (Classic Rock), “Legendary Leftfield guitarist” by The Guardian (UK), “Guitarist … Read more

Supernatural: Magic and Spelling as Mind Control – Gnostic Media

Language and spelling – thoughts, words, actions change perception in real-time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zr0VWqilcGM     The discussion of magic and spelling as forms of mind control, as explored by Gnostic Media and other researchers, delves into the notion that language, symbols, and rituals can be used to influence human consciousness and behavior. Here’s an overview of … Read more

Linguistics as a Window to Understanding the Brain by Steven Pinker

Steven Pinker – Psychologist, Cognitive Scientist, and Linguist at Harvard University How did humans acquire language? In this lecture, best-selling author Steven Pinker introduces you to linguistics, the evolution of spoken language… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-B_ONJIEcE   “Language as a Window into Human Nature” is a lecture series by Steven Pinker, a cognitive psychologist, linguist, and popular science … Read more

Music as a Language: Victor Wooten

In Music as a Language Wooten makes the case for learning music in the same way as we learned our first language, calling for a more natural, less academic approach. He makes the point that, as babies, we weren’t taught our first language … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zvjW9arAZ0Video can’t be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Music as a … Read more

Library of Congress symposium — Music and the Brain

Music and the Brain: Depression and Creativity Symposium. Music and the Brain: From Mode to Emotion in Musical Communication. Music and the Brain: The World in Six Songs. Music and the Brain: The Music of Language and the Language of Music. Music and the Brain: Music, Criminal Behavior, and Crime Prevention. Music and the Brain: … Read more