I feel like I've walked into a mental asylum.
Welcome to ATS.
Welcome to ATS.
Well sure, I mean this is the gray area, but ATS has standards, they're what used to set ATS apart from other sites.
We might as well start a thread with a picture of a few clouds and see what everyone sees and compare.
That's essentially what's happening on this thread and it's kind of disturbing how easily led and convinced people are.
There are NO words or sentences in that reverse speech. None. Zero.
It does sound like that is what she is saying!!
I am not sure if I buy into the whole reverse speech phenomena or not, but it doesn't make this sound any less creepy. It does make it seem more conspiratorial though.
Rabbit Hole. We're all in it.
I remember there was some psychologist / speech analyst who said that your thoughts while speaking were actually encoded into what you said. These could be retrieved when the recording was played backwards.
Here's how the theory works:
NASA proved that by placing sensitive electrodes around a pilot's or astronauts throat muscles, they could pick up what the person was thinking even though no words were said. This research was intended to see if flight control systems could be controlled by thought alone. This research proves that your thoughts affect the muscles even when no words are being said.
There is a bit of buffering going on between the time you think of what you want to say, deciding what words you are going to use, and your muscles actually being moved into position to say those words. Also your body also has to adjust the muscles to make the most optimum set of muscle contractions between the words that you say.
So while you are think, and you are speaking at the same time, the muscles will be contracting and arranging themselves as blend of the words you are speaking and the thoughts you are thinking.
I'm not sure where the backwards bit comes in, but maybe it's some sort of "bitonic search" where the words that you are speaking, get chopped up into syllables and sent to the different muscle groups.
edit on 23-10-2013 by stormcell because: (no reason given)