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Sometimes you just have to go with the Boson Sonata or its nearest equivalent. The folks at the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN particle physics research center (near Geneva) have come up with an interesting tool. The SOUNDS OF SCIENCE project has been building towards the goal of converting the pathtracks of the particles into soundtracks that can then be used creatively. This takes massive computing power, but gives results never before seen or heard. Thanks to Reuters for the heads-up on this one!