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Do you know what time it is?
I would rather be here.
This is the plug-in version of my first synthesizer.
A world of endless fractal possibilities
Of course, if we are unable to provide such empirical evidence, then they will conclude that our unsupported arguments, and our conclusions must necessarily be false. However, we can clearly underestand that any modern convenience or technology that we enjoy today could have been developed and used during the 12th century by anyone possessing the knowledge, and the resources to produce it. What we commonly refer to as an invention is actually a discovery.
Communicating with alien life forms.
You will need a set of teeth to eat one of these!. .
The black and white of a beautiful face!
Many who consider themselves to be "practical" and "scientific minded" are great believers in the 5 senses. They will often speak of "good sense" and "common sense". But we can clearly understand that the common sense of a goat herd leaves much to be desired! Such practical people will readily dismiss what their minds cannot comprehend, but they will commonly accept the teachings and ideas of so-called "authorities". These authorities usually hold degrees from prestigious universities, and enjoy a wide acceptance among academia and the common man. The totality of their beliefs and conclusions are based on what they perceive to be empirical evidence. But science itself has proven that the 5 senses do not accurately portray the full scope of our reality.

Hanon Virtuoso Pianist: Alan Chan

Alan Chan is an experienced piano teacher in the Hills District of Sydney Australia. He is also a piano accompanist for music exams held in the the Sydney Region, In 2015 he passed ABRSM Grade 8 Violin. 

This video playlist contains the following 9 exercises from "Hanon The Virtuoso Pianist in 60 Exercises for Piano ": No. 1 _No. 2_ No.3_ No.4_No.6_No.58_No.60_No.15_No.31                        

French piano pedagogue and composer,Charles-Louis Hanon,  was born in northern France on the second day of July 1819, in the village of Renescure.   He is best known for his work "The Virtuoso Pianist in 60 Exercises", which has become the most widely used set of exercises in modern piano teaching. However, although he is famous for his contributions to the piano, he was originally trained as an organist. This only leaves us to speculate why he shifted his focus to the piano.  In spite of the immortality Hanon has acheived through his popular piano exercises, he had other interests that  demanded his attention. Hanon was also a a devout Roman Catholic, a Third Order Franciscan and a member of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Charles Hanon died in Boulogne-sur-Mer on the 19th of March in the year 1900. Today, Hanon’s famous training exercises are still practiced
throughout the world, by students and professionals alike.

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