John Stuart Reid
Music Medicine: how music triggers healing at the cellular level
Why watch this one?
John is the leading torch-bearer of the Cymatics movement. He engages us through his fascinating explorations into the deep-level (and exquisitely visually beautiful!) physical effects of sound on reality.
Like the microscope helped us to appreciate the reality of the microscoping world, John's Cymascope helps us to appreciate the reality and impact of the sonic world.
One of the implications of this is, simply, that ... Everything you do (including everything you think...) MATTERS.
- We will send each delegate of the Summit who sends their email address to firstname.lastname@example.org with two free articles: The Curious Concert Pitch Debate part 1 (a history of concert pitch), and The Curious Concert Pitch Debate part 2 (a scientific perspective of concert pitch).
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Acoustics pioneer, John Stuart Reid, is a man on a mission to educate and inspire the world in the field of cymatics, the study of visible sound. His CymaScope invention has changed our perception of sound forever: seeing sound allows us to understand this omnipresent aspect of our world and universe fuller and deeper. His cymatics research is helping to elevate this important new field in the scientific arena, including a study on how dolphins see with sound, published in the Journal of Marine Biology. His two most recent studies focused on the effects of music on the longevity of red blood cells, with a preliminary report published by Experiment.com, and on differentiating between the sounds emitted by healthy cells and cancer cells, a scientific paper published by Water Journal.org