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sounds mathematical Anonymous 19/07/09(Tue)23:45 No. 16796 ID: 407f46

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sounds that were created using mathematical formulas affect a person ?




Anonymous 19/07/10(Wed)01:51 No. 16797 ID: 3dadf7

can we just talk about shit without me having to go through your clickbait?

Anonymous 19/07/10(Wed)10:57 No. 16798 ID: daa41d


Anonymous 19/08/08(Thu)07:38 No. 16830 ID: 089b1d

literally all electronic music

Anonymous 19/08/15(Thu)13:10 No. 16847 ID: 830de8

Sorry, but this seems like an actually interesting topic to me recently. OP is not clickbait.
I am personally found similar sound frequency videos on youtube, with different combinations of specific waved, masked with "ambient" or not. For example this: https://youtu.be/g6SlLCyrHyU?list=UU16NNFKodOsrgi0Nla5XPKg
The description says 852Hz 936Hz 963Hz, but how exactly these waves affect people's brains and stuff? Was going to make kind a deep research of this later, but stumbled to this thread. Wonder if anyone knows, thanks.

Anonymous 19/08/15(Thu)13:11 No. 16848 ID: 830de8

* waves

Anonymous 19/10/26(Sat)18:19 No. 16868 ID: 5454f2

Yeah I was doing some reading about this.
The CIA released some documents about their investigation into the Monroe Institute's Gateway Experience and found that they could not reproduce the effects of the hypnotic tones while using vacuum tubes or some such, so that they concluded the hypnotic effects were caused by the electromagnetic waves in the headphones and not the acoustic waves of the recording. Of course, any neurotransmitters in your brain are going to resonate with some specific frequency, so it's no surprise to me if sound waves can effect cognition.

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