psychology of cats

Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by trevor borocz johnson, Apr 18, 2016.

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  1. trevor borocz johnson Registered Senior Member

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    I recently created a post about a discovery that I made. You can observe a response in cats by manipulating the whistling in your ears using a technique described in the post. I am being 100% honest that this is true. However, someone named "BELLS" moved it to the cesspool (trash?). Science to me automatically means non offensive so I won't try to stoop to a Mrs. Bells level in being a sci forum BFF, however I think I sparked the interest of some people, people who are like the kind I associate with and remember fondly for their passion towards an answer to God and things that exist and cant yet be explained ( just like lightning was once the javelin of the gods before it became our BFF's privilege to disgust with). This is not a difficult test requiring expensive fireworks like my first 'too complicated' for some( cough cough exchemist), again I believe in the non offensive nature of the pursuit of truth and reality, and find kinship in those that are the same, so I put it forward to those reading this post to carry on this discussion as it is new to myself and believe it to be important. Please
     
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  3. Daecon Kiwi fruit Valued Senior Member

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    Crackpot BS, just like everything else you post.
     
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  5. Bells Staff Member

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    You are saying that you can make your cat do things by "manipulating the whistling" in your own ears. Apparently cats are somehow tuned to your eardrums?

    You might believe you are being 100% honest about it, but that is what worries me.

    Your method involves:

    In other words, crossing your eyes and listening to ringing or whistling sounds in your ears. You then went on to suggest using gravity waves, and when people rightly laughed their proverbial arses off, changed it to sound waves, to communicate with pets.

    That sound you hear ringing in your ears is called "Tinnitus". Tinnitus is more often than not, indicative or connected to hearing loss (which can be caused by a variety of reasons, such as a waxy build up in your ears or another issue that can affect your hearing).

    If your cat is looking at you or behaving strangely, it is probably because you are sitting there crossing your eyes. In short, your cat or pets are probably looking at you because you probably look constipated or you may look like you are about to have a fit of some sort.

    Please consult your physician sooner rather than later and inform them that you can hear ringing and whistling sounds in your ears. This is not a normal occurrence and can be indicative of something more serious.
     
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