For more than one hundred and fifty years the theory of evolution has ignited passion among its supporters, evolutionists, and its opponents, creationists, but never has so much literature on the subject been published as today. Among the scientific theories that have revolutionized our understanding of the world, the one written by Charles Darwin in 1859 in his book "On the Origin of Species" is certainly one of the most debated. While it seems difficult to dismiss string theory as a model of universal understanding of matter, the model of evolution as proposed by Darwin seems an abyss into which the scientists of the world plunge.
The news headlines all over the word: the scientists of the CERN large Hadron Collider confirmed that the discovery of the ultimate elementary particle, the Higgs boson, will considerably transform our understanding of the universe. Reconciling Einstein’s general relativity and quantum physics, the string theory describes the matter in creating a model as a musical instrument. Priscilla Clark, from the Elementary Particle Physics Faculty of the University of Minnesota, and harp player in her spare time, explains to us the discovery:
This blog is born in 2013. All kinds of information related to the Celtic harp will be presented here. I will update the pages regularly, adding new articles on the instrument history, its repertoire, concerts, Celtic harp players, events, some articles will be more technical on skills for example, etc., etc. You probably would have some topics you wish to talk about? This blog is the place for all your questions, your suggestions or ideas.
The first page is the Home page. It is the blog’s main page where the articles will be displayed as and when published. On the page Your music, you are invited to present your favourite music on the Celtic harp. On the page About, I introduce my motivation in creating this blog. You will be able to contact me directly on the page Contact. A certain amount of books related to the Celtic harp will be presented soon on a page Books, specially dedicated to this subject.
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