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|#44 - yeah, beethoven is amazing. although, i'm more partial to … [+] (1 new reply)||02/15/2013 on I think he has a point.||0|
|#26 - There's been multiple documentaries made on the subject. C…||02/15/2013 on I think he has a point.||-1|
|#11 - generally, people who get high scores on tests like that tend … [+] (25 new replies)||02/15/2013 on I think he has a point.||+93|
#180 - sovereignsunkown (02/16/2013) [-]
that's not what i'm trying to say.
the human brain "hears" music 4 notes ahead of what your ear hears, your brain likes to "predict" what's coming. more highly capable brains can predict more possible outcomes, and this allows them to find constant, unpredictable changes appealing, because their brain is capable of "predicting" enough permutations of notes beyond the major scale (which our brains are naturally attuned to) to "predict" that outcome, among others. it's specifically the note structure, not any lyrical value
#129 - kingpongthedon (02/16/2013) [-]
Interestingly enough, after accounting for socioeconomic differences, this isn't the case at all. When adjusted, there's little evidence to support any relation between complex music and learning ability. There just isn't any reason for the auditory sensory parts of your brain to strengthen the math and language areas. However, there is a very strong correlation between rap/hip-hop and language skills, due to the lyrical orientation of the genre. I must stress this again though; this is only the case after adjusting for differences in socioeconomic levels.
#119 - ericzxvc (02/16/2013) [-]
But you also have to be clear on whether you mean classical music in general or rather the classical era of music, the classical era of music was <100 years and included composers like Mozart, Beethoven, and Handel. Because the classical era was very simplistic in design, preferring grand homophonic symphonies and was relatively non-complex rather than the more complex forms as favoured in the romantic and early 20th century.
#87 - anon (02/16/2013) [-]
I don't think this is true. But, that's mainly because that was exactly the answer I wanted to hear.
#77 - anon (02/16/2013) [-]
This is bullshit, it's just sovereignsunkown's way of acting like preference of music makes you smarter, & just because lil wayne sucks doesn't mean that genre sucks, there's a lot of rap out there that DOESN'T suck, & music doesn't even come close to defining your fucking intelligence
#85 - meganinja (02/16/2013) [-]
You're incorrect in the respects that nobody said people who like rap music scored low, just people who like lil Wayne. Also while preference in music is highly unlikely to change your scores on a test (unless the music motivates you to do shit on the test somehow), I could see where preference in music could be an indicator of how well somebody could do on an SAT. Not saying I trust this fact, but I can see where it's coming from.
#25 - didactus (02/15/2013) [-]
Interesting, since I like lots of electronic music, and some progressive metal, while my friend is the opposite, lots of metal and a little electronic. I'm not saying we are geniuses but we are above average in each of our favorite fields, His being math and physics, mine being Chemistry and Biology.
#17 - anon (02/15/2013) [-]
not really, because you just believed something a total stranger told you on the internet. give me a source and i'll believe that
|#116 - i'm aware of this. plus, i don't really see what's wrong …||02/15/2013 on 2nd amendment||0|
|#17 - i know a guy who voted against the gun registry in canada beca… [+] (2 new replies)||02/13/2013 on 2nd amendment||+2|
#81 - snickerstheif (02/14/2013) [-]
Well a total ban isn't going door to door and collecting firearms. Instead it makes the sale and manufacture of them illegal, which therefore means that the people who already own said rifles will not have their rifles taken away instead after the person dies that rifle will be destroyed. They are getting rid of firearms in a generation.
|#3 - Playing monster hunter with a group of friends. it's fun o…||02/13/2013 on Best things in the world||0|
|#24 - "blllleeeaaaaaauuuuurggghhhhhhhh" The Tower …||02/08/2013 on Like a boss||+1|
|#23 - you forgot every technical death metal band ever from the 90s.… [+] (4 new replies)||02/04/2013 on Sneaky Canadians||+7|
#54 - anon (02/04/2013) [-]
stop downthumbing this motherfucker, protest the hero is a fucking amazing band
|#101 - it could be fire psychic or something...hopefully. [+] (1 new reply)||02/04/2013 on GOD FUCKING DAMMIT!||0|
#106 - johnnybtrollin (02/04/2013) [-]
on a second thought.
i could be like the last generation's spoilers, you know, they used different colors on the starters to confuse people.
maybe this one is froakie's evo but they modified it to look more like fennekin, because it kinda looks like it, paint it blue and replace all the hair with bubbles...
|#1 - i think this game needs more publicity...probably the best gam… [+] (3 new replies)||02/01/2013 on Weeee-Yooouuuu||0|
#3 - sovereignsunkown (04/05/2013) [-]
yeah, MH3U is by far the most popular game in the series so far, and i'm happy about that, but when you compare it's north american success to it's success in japan...it's almost pathetic.
there is an entire section of universal studios theme park in japan dedicated to the series, no fucking joke