Science Creates the Ultimate Happy Baby Song
Just think of all the great things science has given us. It's impossible to name all the great things we have thanks to the scientific community. We've seen technological advance beyond our wildest imagination. We've gone to the moon and the stars and back again, but up until now, no one has come up with a way to hush a crying baby. Until now.
A group of Child psychologist from the University of London did a whole bunch of research about sounds that make babies happy. those scientist then teamed up with Grammy Award winning composer Imogen heap to come up with a song based upon the findings of their research and, voila, you have the perfect baby song.
The song was tried out on 26 babies to see just how they would react. The scientist measured the babies heart rates and took note of how much the babies smiled when they were listening to the song and discovered that the song did indeed make the babies happy.
Here is what they came up with:
And they specifically wanted a female singer, since babies tend to like women's voices that sound like their mom.
Once they finished, they played it for 20 different babies, and it was a huge hit. It's called "The Happy Song", and sounds like the kind of thing you'd hear on a kids show. But it's the first song that's been scientifically engineered to make babi