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This song was recommended to me by @David-ONeil in the SOTW two weeks ago (thanks buddy).
Been listening to it a few times and now it's on repeat.
I love this genre, which is ambient, psychedelic and chill out, or "psybient" or "psychill"... What people come up with
Anyway, those terms cover the sound pretty well, so that's awesome.
The video is pretty cool too.
I actually know this song from somewhere...
I think it's used in a Dutch commercial or something.
Or maybe I just heard it on the radio.
I'm usually not into rock music, but that's some pretty sweet guitar fiddling
Joshua Weinstein of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard spent the last six years almost singlehandedly working to fulfill that wish, and on Thursday he unveiled the result: a “DNA microscope” that shows not only the locations of DNA (and its cousin, RNA) in a cell but also the precise nucleotide-by-nucleotide identity of each molecule.
I find the animated graphics in the article invoke a sense of awe and wonder: [^]
«Where is the Life we have lost in living? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?» T. S. Elliot