Saturday, October 27, 2007

Sound Vibration

I can feel my outer ear move when it encounters sound. Especially loud, unexpected sounds. And I can feel them move even when I can't hear the sound. I suppose this has always been so, but it is only with a quiet live that I've been able to notice it. I wonder what other body parts move that I don't realize....hmmmmm.

5 comments:

I Am said...

"""I wonder what other body parts move that I don't realize"""

I am just going to smile, and leave that comment alone... (grin)

Anonymous said...

well......that's a little wierd.hahaha..you can feel your ears move with sound. You might consider taking that show on the road...hahahaha..

and of course, I'm just kidding...

...but do they move a lot!! Cause I'd like to see that.

sandy

The Crusty Crone said...

They don't visually move a lot... but I can certainly feel them 'snap to attention' with unexpected sounds. If I'm listening with the intent of hearing, I don't feel them so much. It just seems weird... but definitely a personal experience concerning sound as vibrations. (I'm thinking there would need to be a special camera setting to see them move... but they do move. That I'm sure of. How? Because I can FEEL THEM. hahahaha)

cat's momma said...

I know exactly what you're saying here because my ears noticeably react to vibrational sounds especially. I'm not saying they wiggle and waggle and it's obvious, but I definitely am aware of something going on. I have a very keen sense of hearing anyway...except for a man's low, mumbly rumbly talking.

Anonymous said...

hahahaha, yeah Like K and M...

my M is the only one I can't hear...

hmmmmmmm.......

maybe too long living with a person...