Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Living creatures react negatively to dissonance but the ear prefers harmony. Scientists suggest that clashing notes abrade auditory nerves because the ear and brain are designed to respond to the elegantly spaced structure of a harmonious sound. Music, noise and your brain are the intertwined subjects on this week’s show.
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