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I am about to play YES's album 'Close To The Edge'
The further away the ground is the less the binocular disparity : the visual cues which tell you about your motion (parallax) become less.You then have to rely more on the vestibular system to tell you about your motion, which in some people isn't up to the job on its own (i.e. without the visual cues). When the vestibular system is confused (aka dizziness) it can trigger vomiting, (e.g. car sickness), due to a my-dizzyness-may-have-been-caused-by-swallowing-poisonous-substance-better-eject-the-contents-of-stomach-as-it-could-contain-more-poison reflex.Quote from: neilep on 10/10/2011 18:41:13I am about to play YES's album 'Close To The Edge' Better off with Grandmaster flash ...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4o8TeqKhgY#t=1m5s
Quote from: neilep on 10/10/2011 18:41:13[attachment=15389]OOooooooer.......Just looking at that pic has made me feel quite...... quite .I can get a bout of verdigris reading 'Wuthering Heights'!!! I know what your saying, 'surely you mean vertigo'. Well I know what I mean, and I mean 'verdigris'.... yep, I turn green.