Wet Is Better for Tonal Languages

Wet Is Better for Tonal Languages – Humid locales foster more languages with complex tones Opera singers and dry air don’t get along. In fact, the best professional singers require humid settings to help them achieve the right pitch. “When your vocal cords are really dry, they’re a little less elastic,” says Caleb Everett, anRead moreRead more

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Historically, Individualism Seen As Tied To Class Changes

Historically, Individualism Seen As Tied To Class Changes Rising #individualism in the U.S. over the last 150 years is tied to changes in social class and a societal shift toward more white-collar jobs, according to new research published in the journal Psychological Science In the first study of its kind, researchers looked at U.S. culture over theRead moreRead more