Why music so touching to us?

The hearing is transmitted to the cochlea through the tympanic membrane, and a number of hair cells in the cochlea sense the frequencies of the different vibrations and transmit them to the thalamus. The signal delivered to the thalamus analyze the signal through the frontal lobe and repeat the feedback process recalling the memories and feelings accumulated in the hippocampus. Listening to music is a highly trained human emotional function in this sense. – The emergence of brain thought (Park Min Ho) –

So, that is the reason why I am touched….
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Bring OER contents to no-internet place

Rachel-pi makes OER (Open Education Materials) available on Raspberry Pi. This tiny computer can contain an incredible amount of contents, such as the Khan Academy, the Gutenberg Project collection, textbooks, and encyclopedias, and provides the service as a web server. Since you can access the local Internet address after installation, it is possible to use several people at the same time. Continue reading “Bring OER contents to no-internet place”