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    Isaac Asimov.



    Do horses get songs stuck in their heads?

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    I suspect not. Although horses enjoy music, particularly classical. I have seen horses bobbing along to beats before. I think they register some music as just noise, though.

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    Highly unlikely, but that brings up an interesting topic:
    Based on experiments with horses, birds and reptiles, the majority of scientists believe that music is a distinctly human (possibly ape) phenomenon. According Oliver Sachs6, even apes are not able to understand and/or perceive human music as music.

    But many others believe that music does indeed have an effect on animals. Zoomusicologist Dario Martinelli7 describes the subject of zoomusicology as the “aesthetic” use of sound communication among animals. Mâche8 includes in his book a study of “ornitho-musicology”, using a technique of paradigmatic segmentation analysis, which shows that bird songs are organised according to a repetition-transformation principle. Howell et al.9 were successful in exerting significant positive effects on the behaviour of captive chimpanzees by playing different types of music.
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    The latter--unable to express. I need feelings for art, writing, and other creative endeavors. Also, I live in my head too much. Gets too crowded if I can't cycle some of it out.

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    Not very cluttered. My room is pretty neat and orderly right now.

    Not counting Earth, what's your favorite planet?

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    Mars. It's just, like, right there and ripe to be explored by us, you know?

    Venus's orbit is closer to Earth's but Venus is too hot to very effectively explore on the ground. The Opportunity rover has been exploring Mars for over 11 years; do you know how long the very longest Venus lander probe lasted? The Soviet Union's space program landed ten probes on Venus, and the longest any of them ever lasted before its electronics were fried was two hours, seven minutes. Those ten probes combined didn't even last an entire Earth day before the temperature and pressure of the Venusian atmosphere destroyed them. In a way that's cool because it's so... badass... but it's just nowhere near as interesting to me as a planet we can actually go to and spend some time looking around.

    Like Mars.




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    In a heart beat. There is just so much to be found out in space, so much to be explored. So much new, less and less old, and everything in between. Anyways, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExNinjaTropPervertie View Post
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    If you were to have an aquarius at home, which fish would you have ?
    Depends if he/she was Pisces ascendant...

    Seriously though, if money was no object, I adore emperor angelfish.

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