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Astronomers, using the European Space Agency's telescopes, have discovered a spike in emissions that no known particle or atom that we know of today can account for. The paper will be published in Physical Review Letters later next week, but if you'd like the pre-print version you can get it here.
Check out this video to see how cymatic frequencies, in the form of catchy music, produces amazing geometry! It make look fake, but these effects are real and reproducible. If you'd like to see behind the scenes, I suggest his website:
A wonderful new video from the World Science Festival was uploaded 2 days ago. Titled "Quantum Biology and the Hidden Nature of Nature." With Seth Lloyd, Thorsten Ritz and Paul Davis. If you've got an hour and a half, I highly suggest watching this video. Some of the topics covered include how birds use quantum mechanics for navigation, and how plants use it in photosynthesis.
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Quantum Biology and the Hidden Nature of Nature