music issues

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Created by erin.c.hughes826 over 6 years ago


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music issues
  1. Earth science
    1. leaving a record , evidence of change , role of water
      1. Musicians keep records of their music , over the years music has changed and evolve into different styles
    2. Astronomy
      1. regular and predictable motion
        1. when there is a specific music trend it becomes regular or predictable becaus everyone does it
      2. biology
        1. change over time
          1. different people have come into the industry and changed the type of music people listen to
        2. chemistry
          1. chemical reactions and properties
            1. listening to music that enjoy releases the mood enhancing chemical dopamine in brain
          2. physics
            1. energy transormation
              1. music can change your mood and the energy you give off to others
            2. thermodynamics
              1. transfer of heat
                1. a basic thermodynamics word cloud with music affixed, giving a thematic ti songs to indicative of music thermodynamics
              2. environmental issues
                1. enviromental impact
                  1. music is one of the most powerful mediums to communicate environmentally
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