“It only takes one mutant cell to change the course of human evolution. And every time one internet user shares a good idea, it may exponentially reach the minds of two, four, or perhaps a million people who come across it on their non-linear path. ”
It is hardly rocket science that virtually all human beliefs and values are largely shaped by culture. If you grow up in the U.S., chances are you won’t become a diehard rugby fan. If you grow up in Germany, you probably won’t end up caring about American Football. Sports is obviously just one example of this.
Even within a culture, your beliefs and values are highly shaped by which segment of society (your family, friends) you happen to have been exposed to. A lot of this happens when you are a child and you basically have no choice in the matter.
What happens to your brain under the influence of music
From the perspective of neuroscience, listening to music is one of the most complex things you can do. Many parts of your brain have to work together to comprehend even the simplest tune. So what is music really doing to our minds?