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I have been recently been having ideas about the physics that occur in our bodies and I have come up with a few theories.
I did not know that the start and the end are classed as two different events.
I have also lernt that the body delays the sound and light so that we van hear them simultaneously. The futher the distance, the further the gap. This is why we see others’ lips moving at the same time as the sound being produced.
Sometimes, you might not be able to hear your alarm even if it is loud: you won't notice it for some tome. Can you explain why.
Before I go, can I ask that if anyone sees a bit of research, papers, topics, questions and any other things related to my ideas, please can you share them with me, as this would help me?
Quote from: Salik Imran on 28/11/2020 18:40:05Before I go, can I ask that if anyone sees a bit of research, papers, topics, questions and any other things related to my ideas, please can you share them with me, as this would help me? https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Acoustic_reflex, (analogous to https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Pupillary_light_reflex)Further reading ... https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Neural_adaptation#Auditory
I am not sure about the first/second one ...
I have presented my presentation to my form class this week! All went well, and it as a good experience, even if half of them weren't listening. Unfortunately, I could not video it, but I will attach a copy of the PowerPoint below.