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The Impossibility of Silence

By Ashlyn E. Tom

            Sometimes people seek silence. They want a room to study in, so they go to a library. They want a place to meditate, so they go to a temple. 2,404 more words

Anthropology Of Sound

The Manifest Image: How our common sense ontology is fake (sometimes)

Wilfrid Sellars framed the conflict between common sense and science, that arouse since the flourishing of the natural sciences, with the concepts of the manifest and the scientific image of man in the world. 382 more words

Philosophy

Anechoic chambers

Anechoic chambers are told to be the quietest places, used mainly for experiments and measurements. If you hold your breath, you can hear the footsteps of a centipede. 56 more words

Experiment

Adding spatial audio to Ricoh Theta 360 Video

I recently made this 360 video tour of Salford University’s anechoic chamber. You’ll need headphones, and I think navigating these videos works best on a mobile. 803 more words

Sound

The silent treatment

Stop right now and listen. What can you hear? I’m betting you can hear something: it’s a noisy world we live in. You’re probably well aware that too much noise is bad for you.  877 more words

Psychology