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Can You Slow Down Time? (Video)

Written by on July 2, 2016 in Entertainment, Media & Arts, Social Media with 3 Comments
Can You Slow Down Time? (Video)

AsapTHOUGHT examines the rudiments of the passage of time and if it is possible to slow it down by using science. They speak about finding and going through new experiences and its link to time.

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Bill Murray Was Asked What He Wants- His Answer Is Surprisingly Deep

Written by on June 27, 2016 in Entertainment, Media & Arts with 4 Comments
Bill Murray Was Asked What He Wants- His Answer Is Surprisingly Deep

During an interview, Charlie Rose asks Bill Murray what he wants that he doesn’t yet have. Murry’s answer is honest, candid, and resonates with many.

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Reporter Jon Rappoport Writes a New Ending for Orwell’s Book, 1984

Reporter Jon Rappoport Writes a New Ending for Orwell’s Book, 1984

Winston Smith, the hero of Orwell’s 1984, has just been arrested for crimes against the State. Sitting in his cell, he watches as a familiar figure steps through the door. It’s O’Brien, the man he thought was his friend. But O’Brien is an undercover agent of the Party, and the Party rules all.

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Does Birth Order Affect Your Personality? (Video)

Written by on June 18, 2016 in Entertainment, Internet, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
Does Birth Order Affect Your Personality? (Video)

The possibility that your personality can be affected depending on your birth order has been studied for years. AsapTHOUGHT looks at the development and personality traits of eldest, middle and youngest child and the only child.

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Watch Matt Damon Slam Donald Trump, Wall Street and[WP1] THE Media in Hilarious MIT Speech

Written by on June 12, 2016 in Entertainment, Media & Arts with 12 Comments
Watch Matt Damon Slam Donald Trump, Wall Street and[WP1]  THE Media in Hilarious MIT Speech

Oscar-winning actor Matt Damon, who grew up near the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) campus and played a mathematically gifted MIT janitor in Good Will Hunting, delivered his first-ever commencement address for MIT’s class of 2016 on June 3.

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Watch This Incredibly Funny Viral Video: Laughing Chewbacca Mask Lady

Written by on May 22, 2016 in Entertainment, Internet, Media & Arts with 20 Comments
Watch This Incredibly Funny Viral Video: Laughing Chewbacca Mask Lady

After putting on the mask, Candace opened up her mouth to let the Chewbacca noises come out and she started to hysterically laugh for over a minute and a half! She may just have the world’s most contagious laugh. Watch for yourself and you’ll quickly be laughing along.

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Photoshopped: Singer Meghan Trainor Wants Her Waist Back in Newest Music Video

Photoshopped: Singer Meghan Trainor Wants Her Waist Back in Newest Music Video

Singer Meghan Trainor, fearing that her waistline was photoshopped in the video accompanying her song “Me Too” which debuted Monday, said she pulled it from circulation. The chart-topping singer told USA Today she took a closer look at the video after fans started commenting online Monday about it being digitally altered.

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24 Useful Tricks for the iPhone and iPad Most People Don’t Know

Written by on May 6, 2016 in Entertainment, Media & Arts with 4 Comments
24 Useful Tricks for the iPhone and iPad Most People Don’t Know

Here are a couple dozen tips for getting your iphone or ipad to do more than ever.

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Sound – Its Influence on Civilizations – Part 3

Sound – Its Influence on Civilizations – Part 3

We have explored the powerful influence of the music of the Lumerians Atlanteans, Egyptians and the ancient Chinese populations. We noted that their music used intervals (and other methods) to incorporate a signature number into their music. We shall go forward in time and look into the Greek music and the early Middle Ages… and see just how music influenced these civilizations.

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Sound – Its Influence on Civilizations – Part 2

Sound – Its Influence on Civilizations – Part 2

Increased historical documents shed light on music of ancient Egypt and China. Music was believed to be a powerful controlling influence on the population. The rulers governed, regulated and policed the music people heard. By controlling the vibrations that people were exposed to, officials believed they yielded a strong influence over people. They had the same behavior with their art. For three thousand years the art of the Egyptians looked the same. That was no coincidence.

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Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven May Be Partly Stolen, Judge Says

Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven May Be Partly Stolen, Judge Says

Led Zeppelin’s lead singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page must face a US jury trial over whether they stole opening chords for their 1971 classic Stairway to Heaven.

In a decision on Friday, US district judge Gary Klausner in Los Angeles said the song and the 1967 instrumental Taurus by the band Spirit were similar enough to let a jury decide whether Plant and Page were liable for copyright 
Infringement.

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Musical Icon Steve Miller Becomes Whistleblower at Rock Hall of Fame

Musical Icon Steve Miller Becomes Whistleblower at Rock Hall of Fame

Miller, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on April 9, has been at the center of a media cyclone ever since due to some rather inflammatory comments he made in an interview with Rolling Stone immediately following his induction by the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney. In the interview, Miller not only called the induction ceremony “unpleasant,” but went on to slam the whole music business.

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13 Year-Old Girl Sings ‘Time To Say Goodbye’ (So Beautifully it Will Move You To Tears)

13 Year-Old Girl Sings ‘Time To Say Goodbye’ (So Beautifully it Will Move You To Tears)

When 13-year-old Solomia Lukyanets sang “Time To Say Goodbye” for her blind audition on The Voice Kids Germany, a show that features children aged 8 – 14 in a singing talent competition, the voice of an angel came out. Her performance was so beautiful judge Lena Meyer-Landrut couldn’t hold back her tears. And she’s not alone. What an amazing voice!

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Did Jordan Smith Just Perform the Best Ever Version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”?

Written by on April 7, 2016 in Conscious Art, Films and Music, Entertainment with 8 Comments
Did Jordan Smith Just Perform the Best Ever Version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”?

It’s hard to top the versions of “Over the Rainbow” by the late Judy Garland (from the Wizard of Oz) or the late Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwoʻole, Jordan Smith (winner of The Voice) possibly did just that. Here are all three renditions. You be the judge.

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Sound – Its Influence on Civilizations

Sound – Its Influence on Civilizations

For the next several weeks, let’s jump into how sound and music controls the consciousness of the civilizations. Can you imagine that music could control entire populations? Pretty crazy, huh? Ancient people firmly believed that tiny, invisible vibrations (such as music) affected people’s thinking, emotional and even their physicality! “Vibrations, or sounds, can control civilizations!” wrote ancient officials. An outrageous idea at first glance, but many ancient dynasties lasted thousands of years, while we grow tired of our president in merely four years.

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