is the whistling in your ears a subconscious language?

Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by trevor borocz johnson, Dec 11, 2015.

  1. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    This is an original theory involving gravity,anatomy, and psychology. My theory is that the human balance system, the vestibular, is closely related to the sub-conscious. Vibrating from the vestibular travels down to the adjacent cochlea causing the whistling. Other things cause whistling in the ear. Tinnitis being a big one. I've imagined that an elastic diaphragm microphone could be placed directly in the ears and the possibility of recording some sort of discernible language from the characteristics of the readings, a language perhaps similar to dream symbology. One can observe a change in the whistling in the ear as they fall asleep, or into the subconscious world. Gravity waves could carry messages between two parties that are received by the vestibular, amplified, and cause a whistling. This may be completely involuntary.This, true or not, does not prevent a person's own mind from imagining a completely made up situation that they attribute to the whistling to the point where dreams, hallucinations, and ear whistling occur in accordance with the imagination.

    This being another original theory has no record of it or its existence anywhere so have at it you half emptys.
     
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  3. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Reported so that this can be moved to an appropriate sections.
     
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  5. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Why?

    I mean, what does this conjecture explain?

    (It is not a theory; theories are supported with evidence.)


    Wait. Elastic diaphragm, microphone. I'm sensing a pattern.
     
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  7. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    trevor:

    It sounds more like speculation than any kind of developed theory.

    What does the physical process you describe have to do with the sub-conscious?

    How would you distinguish whistling due to the vestibular system (or the sub-conscious) from whistling due to tinnitus?

    Dream symbology isn't a language, is it? We don't dream in a language. We dream in imagery, memory, imaginings.

    Are you claiming that a sound recording of the ear would produce some of spoken language?

    If it's tinnitus, couldn't that simply be due to a change in heart rate and blood flow as you fall asleep?

    First thought: this sounds like ESP or telepathy to me. That's why I moved this thread to the Parapsychology forum for now.

    Second thought: why gravity waves? Do you know that nobody has detected gravity waves yet? What makes you think they would be at all important on the scale of something with as little mass as a human body or the human ear? Also, why would any such gravitational signals not be swamped by gravity waves from distant astronomical sources, for example?

    Your first claim - that maybe vibrations could cause measurable sound waves was much more plausible than this gravity wave nonsense, though still not very plausible.

    I think you're getting ahead of yourself. You need to establish that the phenomenon you are talking about actually exists as the first step. You can move on to the possible implications of that existence later.

    Are you calling people names? Why is that?
     
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  9. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    I'm not 100% it's just a theory. That the subconscious can cause the whistling involuntarily during activity is what I'm proposing. Activity like moments your memory makes record of and who knows what else. I ve noticed that the whistling can correspond with moving your eyes around and thoughts from an empty room.
    tinnitus screwed me my friend. tinnitus screwed me. no the whistling I m talking about comes in short blasts that seem generally involuntary. I've been observing the whistling for some time now and I ve noticed it in some strange palces. For example I distinctly remember taking note of it during a car sale I made on craigslist where there was this distinct blast of whistling when the guy handed me the money. I can tell you he was very hesitant about buying the piece of junk. I almost had the nerve to ask him if heard it but I m from the same world your all from where that makes me look crazy.
    dreams have a fixed code to them. You can dream about something totally obscure like pole vaulting and look it up in a symbol dictionary. I'm claiming that it might be possible to translate different episodes of whistling into a computer language that recognizes them and can translate there meaning. again just a theory.
    all of my threads are related to thought experiments with gravity.
    lol no I know the devil's advocate.
     
  10. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    It's NOT a theory.
    The word has a specific meaning.

    No they don't.

    And using this argument hobbits, dragons and elves are real too.

    There's no evidence to support this.

    Given that what you know about gravity is next to nothing wouldn't it better if you actually learned something before speculating
     
  11. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    Actually the roots of the theory come from numerous old saying's and my own observations that overthinking makes your head spin. why and how should thinking be related to your balance system?
     
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    I see... So the saying "what goes up must come down" means that due to gravity nothing can ever leave the earth permanently. Is that part of your theory?
     
  13. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    Trevor:
    Perhaps you could look up :
    Pulsatile Tinnitus
    try googling or this link

    http://www.dizziness-and-balance.com/disorders/hearing/tinnitus/pulsatile.html

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    The symptoms you describe sound as if they could fall under this condition ( especially when describing coincidental events with stressful situations.)

    I suggest you do the research and ground your experience more in what is already known and experienced by others before you venture into more para-exotic territory.
     
  14. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    maybe that's the question you should have posted to begin with...
    or why is autism and hearing so closely aligned or... and so on...
     
  15. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    anyone notice the whistling in your ears since I posted this? Mine has been really out of whack lately. I noticed it going off when I woke up this morning like it was a film that flickers through images really quick like the beginning of this .
     
  16. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Generally, the only medical advice we should be giving in a public forum is: you should go see your doctor.
     
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  17. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    geez Dave well I will but I'm trying to discuss the topic not ask for medical help
     
  18. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    But you're trying to discuss a medical condition you are experiencing. The only person who can get to the bottom of that is a trained professional who can examine you in-person.
    Anyone else offering advice would be being irresponsible.
     
  19. Edont Knoff Registered Senior Member

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    In my case I'm pretty sure it's a damaged nerve that sends faulty signals to the brain.
     
  20. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    I notice that the whistling that corresponds with your thinking can also put a sort of pressure on your head. It's really sporadic you have to pay attention for it like a writer and good ideas.
    I tried asking medical doctors there opinion on this type of experience, the whistling that corresponds with thinking, I'm going to ask again but they didn't seem to know. I'm a mensa family and I can tell you that I ve researched for the connection between the balance system and thinking. I really didn't find anything so I'm pretty sure I have an original theory going on with this.
     
  21. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    It is original.
    It is not a theory.
    It is nonsense.
     
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  22. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    Yep. There are other things that cause the whistling. The experiment I would like people to try is holding pillows over your ears in a silent room, identify the whistling, and then observe over long periods of time any changes that occur in it. let me know on this forum if there were any involuntary blasts of whistling that you could identify.
     
  23. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    http://www.soundplusdesign.com/?p=3512
    this website explains how to record soft sounds. I suppose one day I might get around to it but anyone else with the mind to is welcome to do it before me.
     

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