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For centuries, the organizing effects of sound and vibration on matter have fascinated scientists, from Galileo Galilei in the 1600s to the twentieth-century Swiss physician Hans Jenny, who dubbed the phenomenon "cymatics." Here, you can see for yourself sound's power to organize grains of sand scattered randomly across a flat surface. If sound has this effect on the material world around you, imagine how it can affect your body and brain.
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