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06-24-2012, 06:44 PM #1
intheshadows Member
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brain waves
Epsilon Wave - (under 0 Hz) - Most Blissful Brain wave
Delta wave – (0.1–4 Hz)
Theta wave – (4–7 Hz)
Mu wave – (8–13 Hz)
Beta wave – (12–30 Hz)
Gamma wave – (25–100 Hz)
Lambda wave - (above 100 hz) - Most Pissed Brain wave

now the cycles is not the only factor

you have in phase

-700 out of phase
+700 out of phase
plus you can get straight up
or straight down


06-24-2012, 06:46 PM #2
intheshadows Member
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colors_of_noise

then that factor

then the no color factor
06-24-2012, 07:10 PM #3
Octo Mother Superior
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Interesting. I know JR knows a lot more about it than I do so whenever he's done listening to music I'm thinking he'll respond.

Meanwhile, this is interesting too:

Quote:The students first recorded a baseline transmission from a radio-frequency spectrum analyzer, a device that emits radio waves of various frequencies, to its receiver antenna, located on four test subjects' bare noggins. Then they performed the same measurements- sweeping from 10 kilohertz to 3 gigahertz-while the subjects wore one of three double-layered foil helmets: the "classical" (foil hood wrapped close to the head), the "fez" (cylindrical, flat-topped hat) and the "centurion" (conical shape with a peak). The antenna, a stumpy plastic-coated stub, was fitted between the helmet and the subject's cranium to determine how much of a signal was absorbed or deflected before reaching the brain.

What started strictly as "a desire to play with some expensive equipment" ended with surprising results, says lead study author Ali Rahimi, a recent graduate of MIT's doctoral program in electrical engineering and computer science. Overall, the foil effectively weakened radio waves by up to 10 decibels over most of the frequency spectrum (there were no significant differences among helmet shapes). But at 1.2 and 2.6 GHz-which fall within the band reserved for government satellites, GPS systems and mobile phone corporations-passage through the foil amplified these waves by 20 to 30 decibels. Although Rahimi doesn't know why the foil increases only those frequencies-antenna design is a "black art," he says-the implications of the research were clear. "It requires no stretch of the imagination to conclude that the current helmet craze is likely to have been propagated by the
Government, possibly with the involvement of the FCC," the students sagely declared. "If there are radio waves involved in reading minds, aluminum hats aren't an effective way to counteract them."

http://www.popsci.com/scitech/article/20...oiling-man
06-24-2012, 07:22 PM #4
intheshadows Member
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aluminum foil, actually magnify its effect

ever seen aluminum foil wrapped around rabbit ears antennas

06-24-2012, 10:30 PM #5
Ghostie Member
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the brain uses electrical pulses's to operate our bodies, we do not own our bodies but simply rent them the brain is basically one big battery ,when that battery has no more charge neither do we, remember to keep your battery chargedcheers.gif



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