Japanese Scientists Become The World's Fastest Orchestra

Many of us love a bit of classical music every now and then, yet it’s also true that we all struggle to get through a steady and measured performance sometimes. Certainly we have sympathy for the bass player who broke a string, or the conductor who needs to find his conducting baton before he can begin commanding the orchestra through a set. Today however, we have a different kind of orchestra that involves science, math, and physics. Coming out of the eternally eclectic Japan, the Suntory alcohol company helped produce this unsual yet outstanding performance piece. Using an array...

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