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trevor borocz johnson

The gyroscope, subconscious thought for AI?

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trevor borocz johnson

 

The gyroscope was proven to be a microphone back in 2014. A gyroscope can encompass a number of things that spin or vibrate or move in place. The gyro is also a machine for the balance system just as the microphone is to the ear drum or the camera lens to the eyeball. Your balance system is a gyroscope and can be a loose microphone or auditory input. This may explain why deaf people can still have schizophrenia because the activity of voices is actually in the balance system rather then the ear drum.

I hear voices a lot through space heater's or fans. Anything that creates white noise is an oscillating in place. White noise seems to increase hallucinating. Could the balance system do more then balance? With gravity widely unexplained it is hard to say what capabilities the balance system truly has. It can be a blurry microphone, and the primary sensory input for hallucinating when listening to white noise. And white noise comes from gyroscope type devices. Perhaps your balance system is the sensory input for your subconscious and dreaming. Could a gyroscope then act as a dream machine? Perhaps if it was connected to the antennae of a TV with static on it?

The balance system is also the place where one feels dizzyness from the tailbone wagging. Could this be a sort of unlock/lock like a computer gate that allows a person to store information in their memory? could AI be given a tail and attach it to its gyro to immitate a human subconscious and have its own thoughts? Maybe. The five things: a gyroscope, gravity, the subconscious, white noise, and hallucinating, seem to have a connection.
 

 

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White Crane Feather

Actually your inner ear works more like a level. ;) 

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trevor borocz johnson
On 1/19/2021 at 7:07 AM, White Crane Feather said:

Actually your inner ear works more like a level. ;) 

A level? with the little bubble in the middle? do explain

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White Crane Feather
4 hours ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

A level? with the little bubble in the middle? do explain

Yeah. There is liquid and gas, and the nerves connect with it. Your balance is based on a biological system that is a natural level. 

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White Crane Feather
4 hours ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

A level? with the little bubble in the middle? do explain

“Hydrodynamic concept”

https://www.britannica.com/science/ear/The-physiology-of-balance-vestibular-function

 

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