Inciting Brain Waves With Targeted Acoustic Transmission Considered
There seems to be a whole new industry popping up surrounding brain entrainment frequency mood enhancement.
Still, it seems that since we can watch the brain communicate by listening to the brain waves that maybe that is the quicker way to inciting brain waves, perhaps even the best way.
Still, let's go ahead and discuss this, because maybe not.
Indeed, it might be confusing and cause brain wave signals to get crossed, I think most of us have probably experienced something similar before - pop culture calls them "brain farts" which may not be what's happening exactly, but it is humorous I suppose.
Perhaps, using acoustics to stimulate the brain and create waves could cause rogue brain waves, waves on top of waves, over boosting and causing all sorts of problems? Science Daily had an interesting article "Brain Waves Make Waves," posted on November 14, 2012, which stated; "Naturally, our brain activity waxes and wanes.
When listening, this oscillation synchronizes to the sounds we are hearing.
Researchers have found that this influences the way we listen.
Hearing abilities also oscillate and depend on the exact timing of one's brain rhythms.
" Consider if you will that all sound has and contains information.
When you hear the sound of tire noise on the freeway, it tells you about the amount of friction between the tire and the ground.
The same thing goes for the wheels on a rail car as it goes down the track.
US naval submarines can identify ships of various types by their sonar signature.
I am writing this article with speech recognition software, it is converting the sound in my voice to text in this document.
The sounds and acoustic vibrations which come from brain waves also contain information.
By listening and eavesdropping we can garner that information.
We can also use it to help communicate and stimulate waves, increasing the flow of information.
We could introduce similar thought patterns by repeating previously recorded inner-brain communication.
Since theoretically, this all stands to reason, I would submit to you that it's time we put more research dollars into these technologies into further studies to see just how we can use this information to our advantage.
Currently we know of many types of mental waves, but we don't know all that we could or should.
As the coordinator for a think tank, which happens to operate online, I believe that we should be thinking here and recording the sounds as we go.
So will you please consider all this and think on it?