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Gravity and the Vestibular system

Mr.NiceGuy

Mr.NiceGuy

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I've posted a lot about the ear's balance system being the center senory output input for schizophrenia. Here is some scientific theory to go with that.

Light is just waves of density in space. All waves are expanding density through a medium. Light's medium is space, so all light is is a wave of density in space with a certain frequency.

Protons and neutrons are made of super dense space. There density squeezes the surrounding space of the universe they are in. The region of squeezing creates its gravity field. When two gravity fields touch the same squeezing of space on space occurs and it pulls two objects together based on their mass.

In a magnet, all the electrons in the atoms circle in the same direction, this creates a fan like churning that sends outward waves of density along space in the pattern of the magnetic field.
 
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i don't think i have much to add. It was interesting to think through gravity in this way - the "fan" motion of magnets you described was really clear.
How do you understand gravity effecting the vestibular in relation to voices then?
 
Mr.NiceGuy

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How do you understand gravity effecting the vestibular in relation to voices then?
The vestibular is apart from the cochlea but in the same bony organ. Once you listen to a gyroscope speaker you will be able to feel the vestibular, it's the same place you can get headaches. The possibility of recording voices through a gyroscope microphone might help people who hear them. As well as the activity that voices bring over a person may be some sort of invisible activity in a gravity field that the vestibular can hear. Then again other people don't hear your voices when they are close by. Maybe that's proof that they do in fact come from within a person. But unlike sound or light the vestibular seems to create its own little episode program to overlay reality, if its recordable I don't know, I just know I have high hopes for the gyroscope giving some kind of explanation.
 
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