This thread is covers two things. Changed lyrics in a Beatles song (3 of them) and the Brainstorm phenomena.
The subject of the thread is the fluidity of reality; specifically audio - we are now able to "hear what we want" at will. This goes far past
suggestion. The brain does filter static - but an individual should always filter the same input in the same way (a proximity to the Sapir–Whorf
hypothesis)... Yet we're finding we can alter the outcome and hear now 4 distinctly different phrases.
First, the Beatles song "I Am The Walrus".
1. I remember "Coo coo ca-choo". It's now "goo goo gajoob".
2. There are reports of "waiting for her sun". I hear "waiting for the sun" as this one isn't affecting me yet. There are many reporting they
hear waiting for 'her' sun.
3. I happened upon another. Does he say "sitting in my English garden" or "sitting in an English garden". There is a very weird skip
that makes it sound like "sitting in m_n English garden". I was able to hear this, then when my wife came home, she could hear it and I couldn't. I
hear it again today though.
The line with 2 and 3 are at the 2:00 mark.They use a condenser mic which isn't helpful. Where I heard the skip "m_n" is on
Vimeo - the audio is much better - but of course I can't post it as a vid you can conveniently watch here. The Vimeo video is here, also at the 2:00
This is the meat.. This guy has a video where he tells you what you'll hear in Brainstorm.
Skip to 3:20 to avoid the "waiting for her sun" part.He shouldn't be able to tell you what you'll hear (one input, one
filter) - but he does. I've listened many times, and I can't mentally change it from what he's saying. The original video he's using is here,
it's 55 seconds www.youtube.com...
You can even mute the 'suggestion', then unmute for the sound (when the hand in the video moves) - jot it down. Now play it back and it will match
what he's saying.
It shouldn't be possible - but it is. It's not fake, that's for sure - just look / listen to the original.
I believe this is why so many of us remember hearing things differently not so long ago.
In short, it's now happening in real time - not just in 'residue' from the past.
We are literally hearing different things at different times. Not misheard - the actual words. Please actually listen to the video starting at 3:20.
If you are unable to hear it, try on different speakers.
If you think this is merely suggestion, then I own a bridge in Toledo you end up buying - in fact, you wired the money to me in an hour from now.
I already know some of you own the record and bought the t-shirt.. nothings changed for you - I get it. I wouldn't be surprised if someone's Grandma
did Lennon's laundry and he personally wrote the lyrics down for her - try to understand that doesn't apply, the lyrics have never changed from
what they are now.
Juries still out for me on ME. Lots of strange coincidences surrounding lyrics. There is one artist who has had it happen to them and is at a loss to
explain in their own lifetime. I always though the song “Lunatic Fringe” was “Lemme take French”.
Listen to Robert Plant in the Led Zep song, "In the Evening". He is singing the lyrics but what comes out of his mouth sounds like something else.
Really wierd. Sounds like a rant on his leanings toward transvestism.
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