what does he have in his pocketses

Oct 21
cutie

cutie

Oct 20

well, i survived today. no sleep, midterm, surprise quiz, stupid debate, and extremely boring night class rehashing marxism as i’ve had it explained to me by 4 different profs at this school

Oct 20

those people are clowns and fools, and they should be treated as such. Should they ever encounter me they must expect to be ostracized and mocked

mockstracized

Oct 20

i would guess that they did not, but I think both the “anticipation” argument and the “electromagnetic ether zap” argument have explanations for why you wouldn’t experience phantom ringing

No, you could anticipate ringing and then misclassify other sensory input as audio. But I agree it would be much less likely. It was just a theoretical question for fun, because 25% of the people who switched to ringtones still experienced vibrations

Oct 20

astrophobe replied to your post “astrophobe replied to your link “Why Do People Feel Phantom Cellphone…”

the survey tests it. Assuming its a good survey, then the fact that turning your phone off vibrate makes you no longer have Phantom Vibrations (good name for band) then it seems pretty conclusive that it’s simply psychological

yeah but I want to test it for myself because PROJECTS™

(speaking of the survey, I wonder if people who switched vibrations for ringtones also experienced phantom ringing)

(good, good, good, good vibratioooooons)

honestly not sure why they opened that up for question in the article. They shouldn’t have quoted Blaszczynski probably

framing it as a controversy is a great way to generate interest

Oct 20

astrophobe replied to your link “Why Do People Feel Phantom Cellphone Vibrations?”

lmao at Alex Blaszczynski: “I expect it’s related to some of the electrical signals coming through in a transmission, touching on the surrounding nerves, giving a feeling of a vibration,”
" i think…that this electronic device’s buzzing…MAY be caused by some sort of, electromagnetic, thing, that, causes the device to … buzz…the contact with your nerves, causes you to *feel* that buzz… MAY, mind you, by no means am I an expert

Yeah I was thinking the same thing. I’m not sure he completely understands how phones work.

It would be extremely easy to tell whether it’s physical or psychological. I should actually try to make a device myself, considering I tend to experience this multiple times a day

Oct 20
fantasy-art-engine:

Meeting with a Warlord by Jakub Rozalski

fantasy-art-engine:

Meeting with a Warlord by Jakub Rozalski

Oct 20

Why Do People Feel Phantom Cellphone Vibrations? →

This is fascinating!

Oct 20

spoopyflamealchemist:

The only version of this damn meme I wanna seeimageIs a happy Izumi Curtis

Oct 20
Oct 20
dirtyoldhoe:

If you see this van Bat-rockin’…

dirtyoldhoe:

If you see this van Bat-rockin’…

Oct 20
runmonsterun:

everything is alright!

runmonsterun:

everything is alright!

Oct 20
Oct 20
professor-pahrak:

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professor-pahrak:

odst-skeleton:

makuta-tobi:

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YEEEEEES
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ORAS continues to improve

Oct 20