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Guitarist Alan Gogoll Demonstrates His Gorgeous Bell’s Harmonics Fretboard TechniqueGuitarist Alan Gogoll Demonstrates His Gorgeous Bell's Harmonics Fretboard TechniqueBell’s Harmonics Alan Gogoll

Fri, 22 Sep 2017 23:59:20 +0000

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Australian musician Alan Gogoll demonstrated his gorgeous Bell’s Harmonics” guitar technique with unique string tunings that he so effortlessly plays in a song of the same name. This technique is aptly named as the fretboard harmonics sound like ringing bells within the melody. The song is from his album “Seahorse Bells“, a collection of five...Australian musician Alan Gogoll demonstrated his gorgeous Bell's Harmonics" guitar technique with unique string tunings that he so effortlessly plays in a


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The Dangers of Eating Too MuchThe Dangers of Eating Too Much

Fri, 22 Sep 2017 23:30:30 +0000

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Life Noggin, narrator Pat Graziosi aka Blocko posited the question what would happen if a person never stopped eating? In explaining the answer, Blocko broke down the individual dangers of such ingredients as sugar, salt and trans-fats. With those issues aside, the likelihood of overeating oneself to death is very rare, but can happen in...Life Noggin, narrator Pat Graziosi aka Blocko posited the question what would happen if a person never stopped eating? In explaining the answer, Blocko bro


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How Film Cuts Mimic the Human Visual Experience

Fri, 22 Sep 2017 23:14:00 +0000

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In a truly insightful video essay based upon the work of brain scientist Jeffrey M Zacks, narrator Adam D’Arpino of Aeon Video explains how film cuts mimic the choppy human visual experience in terms of focus, blinking, saccades and periphery. So when a current scene seems incongruent with previous scene, the human brain to fills...