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Originally posted by SoberMonitor
this is spectacular news for the quantum physics world, maybe explains the slit experiment and why particles become matter instead of waves when spectated upon.
Eye contact...Staring problem. (anxiety)
In these 5-6 years the biggest problem I've had with Social anxiety
disorder is the Staring problem I've had. Maybe it's not related to social
anxiety at all and maybe it's just me being totally insane.
What happens with this staring problem is I'll stare at people whoever
enter my viewable vision area. I think it relates to the fact that I'm
scared/afraid of other people looking at me and putting quick BAD judgement
towards me. This staring problem has gotten to the point now where it's
ALWAYS on my mind whenever another person is nearby me. I'm afraid I'll
make myself look creepy, strange and weird by doing it and I've even had
some people who spend much time around me ask me why I always stare at them
so I know for a fact that this is a problem and not something I feel I'm
Examples of when this happens are when:
~I'm sitting down watching a TV show and I'm quite comfortable on my own
but once someone shows up and sits down beside me I'll stare at them in my
periphal vision rather than concentrate on the television. As soon as they
come into view or I know they are there I already have that nervous feeling
rush over my body. I'll then get some intense thoughts of how they are
going to notice when I start staring at them and how I wish they'd go away
or I'll just leave. Any of the concentration I had for the TV show I was
watching will almost be to make this person and myself uncomfortable.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by SoberMonitor
The double slit experiment needs no explanation. It is understood.
And it has nothing to do with eyes. It is observed by instruments.
What was measured was electrical potential changes between the goggles and the subject's head. A variation of an EEG. Not surprising changes were seen with eyes opened and eyes closed.