My Picks From ScienceDaily

Rare Footprints Of Infant Dinosaur Discovered:

Researchers at the Morrison Natural History Museum have discovered two rare hatchling dinosaur footprints in the foothills west of Denver, near the town of Morrison.

Bacteria Show Promise In Fending Off Global Amphibian Killer:

First in a petri dish and now on live salamanders, probiotic bacteria seem to repel a deadly fungus being blamed for worldwide amphibian deaths and even extinctions. Though the research is in its early stages, scientists are encouraged by results that could lead the way to helping threatened species like mountain yellow-legged frogs of the Sierra Nevada mountains of southern California.

Essential Tones Of Music Rooted In Human Speech:

The use of 12 tone intervals in the music of many human cultures is rooted in the physics of how our vocal anatomy produces speech, according to researchers at the Duke University Center for Cognitive Neuroscience.

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One response to “My Picks From ScienceDaily

  1. What of non-western music? The work of Virgil Partch?