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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Sound and Sense

Three new avenues of research suggest that sound leads to sense and sense to sound. Maybe only an acoustics engineer could fathom the full meaning of this statement, but it stands to reason that sound leads to meaning and meaning itself may produce audio impulses that lead the brain to greater coherence. Dr. Joseph Knoll, a Hungarian doctor who discovered deprenyl, believed that greater coherence in thought patterns could be achieved by man in the coming decades through the use of several discoveries that he himself and his colleagues have made. His new book, The Brain and Its Self (2005), is a must read for those interested in anti-aging therapy and cognition improvement.

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