posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 10:48 PM
It's a likely possibility that there's a good reason some folks feel them and others dont.
Architectural resonance. yes.. just like a baffle in a sub, or lack of.
sry no.. "can you feel it bro" it's gone passed that lately and into the real thing stages. as to what causes it.. well that's for them folks that
get paid good to work out things like this.. they can get of their fancy couch and do some real work instead of "approving" things for the gov.
Then they can tell the MSM all about it... claim it's some new thing.. and we'll all agree at last that things happen beyond our scope from time to
time. This probably has a really simple explanation, but without a "scientist" to tell us what it is.. were all just crazy "felling things"
It's a kick to the gut.. like you'd get at a rave party, if you've ever felt LF waves on a big scale (not just your stereo.. 10-40Kw and up.. big
waves) you'll recognize the sinking feeling immediately... fun at a dance party... not so much fun at the mall.
a few things to think about.. they might be related, for those that have felt these.
Do you drive?
How insulated is your dwelling? Does it resonate normally?
How many teeth do you have... that one's kinda important... and in what state are they (wisdom teeth can effect many things) Teeth are a part of how
we hear extreme LF & HF especially.
I think it's time we put the "your crazy if you hear/feel things" stick down, and start looking for answers... that is.. unless your paid to say
"aint nothin but my bum.. move along" then.. by all means carry on.. im sure the guy next to you believes you, and your manager is proud... but we
know what you are.