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How effective is blasting loud music at that.
Torture device or -- he considered torture in your mind I think it's not all of -- considered torture but certainly makes them.
This is off a few people and if you play the wrong kind of music -- if you play it up but particular kind of music goes against their ideology or philosophy can be quite offended.
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Better sonics better everything is it a biological thing we can do human being athletes like accidents on that are you.
And speaking of Lady Gaga might hear music I don't like it but it sticks to your brain is that that are -- many archive.
The new perfect.
What is this thing in -- you've been.
Perceive the world in terms pattern recognition and creating so we wanna create as many patterns that you can't know a lot melodies and -- remember reproduce.
At certain melodies just have more -- -- others.
Yeah I'm talking about a song like a -- hasn't -- yet if it's on like a lady got us on that note again pattern recognition if -- -- your brain if you hear it 95005.
You're gonna sort of like that that was and that my next question why don't we get bored with music it's got a biological because the song itself does not change you can hear you hear it.
I think some but you -- you hear differently what's happening here what was the number of different theories but for for -- -- -- -- you with possible what happens to get.
You you create the pattern he recognized the pattern store the -- And when you hear the pattern it releases endorphins in your body.
Endorsements of a funny little thing for me if you do that yes Seoul after -- while.
The pattern in hearing the pattern thing that that it may not releasing endorphins anymore therefore you throw it out of it and go on another.
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I want it is a philosophical question why aren't -- -- instead of up.
Well because I guess you can't you find nothing adds nothing and things are things because there was matter created after the Big -- the thing.
Electrons protons and front courts of atomic particles that make up things -- if they weren't sub atomic particles that make up things that would be nothing because nothing it's not made a commitment.
So nothing it's nothing.
I can't let it last question you have a philosophy by which you -- by.
What is it.
Towards global scale.
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