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According To Science: These Are The Best & Worst Songs For Your Road Rage

Road roge. Everyone gets it. Whether you're stuck in a traffic jam on the highway or the person in front of you decided to make a left without using their turn signal, we all get a little agitated when we're behind the wheel. But according to a study by the South China University of Technology ,...
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Data Suggests Metallica Is The Biggest Touring Act in History

With ten studio albums under their belts, countless world tours, and even the record for being the first artists to perform on all seven continents, it's no mistake to say that Metallica is one of the most popular bands of all time. Now data from Pollstar claims that Metallica is statistically the...
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U.S. Navy Confirms the Objects in Tom DeLonge's Videos are "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena"

Just as Tom DeLonge is about to embark out with Angels & Airwaves for their North American tour, the musician is about to kick things off with some good news. That's because his UFO research company, the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science , has received confirmation from the U.S. Navy...
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According To Science, Ozzy Osbourne Is A Genetic Mutant

While some are still baffled how Ozzy Osbourne has been able to survive all of the decades of drug and alcohol abuse during his younger years, it turns out that the reason can be broken down to his DNA. According to the book " Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs and the Curious Forces that Make Us Who...
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According To Science, Rock & Metal Music Are Good For Your Health

Compared to music genres like pop, rap and r&b, rock & metal are like the misfit kids at school that don't care about fitting in with the popular crowd, and are much happier off being themselves desite what people think of them. According to a recent scientific report published on The...
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According To Science, Music Stimulates the Same Part of the Brain as Sex

Sex, Drugs and Rock n' Roll have been synonymous with each other since the 1960's. But the reason why they pair so well together could be much more scientific than we thought. Scientists believed that the part of the brain that produces dopamine which creates the intense feelings of pleasure from...
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According To Science, The Bassist Is The Most Important Member In Every Band

There's a running joke that the bass guitar is the lamest, least important instrument in the band. But according to a research study published to the National Academy of Sciences , our brains can find a song's rhythm more accurately by listening to the low tones played on the bass. That means that...
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According to Science, Smartphones Are Causing Humans To Grow Horns

Smartphones have become such an integral part of our culture that it's nearly impossible to go anywhere without them. As a result, people have become so sucked in to their mobile devices, that our bodies have begun to change. Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia...
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According To Science: Metal Music Affects Your Driving Ability

There's just something about certain rock and metal songs that make you want to put the pedal to the metal on the highway. And according to a study conducted by Auto Express magazine and the road safety charity IAM Roadsmart, different music genres affect our moods and driving abilities behind the...
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Scientists Create A Sound So Loud It Can Boil Water and Rupture Your Heart

Have you ever been to a concert where the band is so loud that you can barely hear or understand what they are playing? Compared to an experiment conducted by a team of scientists, that is barely even a whisper. Including members from the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory...
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