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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#402 - animecraze
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what if a deaf person is inside
User avatar #414 to #402 - sketchE
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the reason it effects people with hearing is because of the brains need for stimulus. since a deaf person has never had that stimulus it wouldnt effect them
User avatar #436 to #414 - existacne
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Anyone remember that post made by deaf OP who was good at Starcraft 2?
We need to find him, give him money and send him to this mission.
#396 - seemerollin
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The person that actually stayed in the room for 45 minutes was a news reporter who desperately wanted a story on the room. The only way he/she could was to see how long they can stay in the room.
The person that actually stayed in the room for 45 minutes was a news reporter who desperately wanted a story on the room. The only way he/she could was to see how long they can stay in the room.
#418 - therealrainbowdash
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At least this time they took the creepy ******* mannequin out.
#286 - johnnygat
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**johnnygat rolled a random image posted in comment #2084485 at Friendly ** MFW I stay in for 46 minutes.
#318 to #286 - beefking
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**beefking rolled a random image posted in comment #2046631 at Friendly ** my face when i see your face after 47 minutes
#305 to #286 - xgrandmoffx
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**xgrandmoffx rolled a random image posted in comment #4309496 at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. ** My face after 46 minutes.
#275 - yunnie
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now imagine trowing a granade in there
#315 to #275 - puppetstigma **User deleted account**
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#321 to #275 - beefking
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**beefking rolled a random image posted in comment #33 at facebook **
#283 to #275 - faithrider
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strax approves
#187 - triggathepirate
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Going in such a room would only drive my urges to have experiments pertaining to my fetish to incomprehensible measures.
Going in such a room would only drive my urges to have experiments pertaining to my fetish to incomprehensible measures.
User avatar #175 - navadae
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i want to challenge this record
#163 - japanmann
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you hear that? thats the sound of nobody giving a ****
#14 - anon id: 7e63eb60
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I want that room in my house later. Seems perfect for meditating and trying to understand your self and all sorts of other deep **** ^^
User avatar #34 to #14 - IAmManbearpig
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or torturing people.
User avatar #38 to #34 - dxninjaxo
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2 kinds of people.....
#295 - ussioc
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Your senses become more sensitive while in the room. Well we know what most people on here would do... If you know what I mean
User avatar #278 - toosexyforyou
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45 minutes? ********
User avatar #245 - lepokerface
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Then why aren't deaf people insane?
User avatar #253 to #245 - jacklane
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I just had to comment and give you a ******* verbal thumbs up!
User avatar #262 to #245 - thegirlyoudespise
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i would imagine it's because they're used to not being able to hear. for people who aren't deaf, turning off all sound suddenly must put the body into some form of shock.
User avatar #266 to #245 - jagenblitz
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Deaf people don't actually completely lack sound. Most of them constantly hear something similar to white noise, according to my friend who studies sign language and deafness.
#254 to #245 - samanthasfriend
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i don't think deaf people can hear their own blood flowing.
#255 to #245 - newspice
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they can't hear their blood flowing
User avatar #267 to #245 - donekilledyou
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I don't think deaf people are at negative decibels
User avatar #230 - mrtwilightsparkle
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Most people don't understand that it is practically impossible to stay in it even 45 minutes. At -9 decibels sound is literally being sucked out of the air. No matter where you go in the world, there are always the background noises that you are so used to hearing that you would nearly go insane without them.
User avatar #178 - Nihatclodra
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Where is this room, I seriously want to challenge that record.
User avatar #204 to #178 - codemen
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i think somewhere in minnesota
User avatar #86 - theoriginaltyson
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What the **** does negative 9 decibels sound like
User avatar #87 to #86 - Pedoboo
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Like death
User avatar #88 to #86 - poelske
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decibel isnt an exact scale, which means it can go into negative, without meaning that is less than no sound
User avatar #2 - whykecoakfly
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I would just sit there and fap furiously so it's not so quiet anymore
#12 to #2 - Lacuna
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You wouldn't be able to hear it. The walls are designed so that any sound is absorbed into them.
User avatar #19 to #12 - Pryda
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You would be able to hear it... The sound has to travel past you to reach the walls... All this room does is prevent sound from echoing. You'd still be able to hear someone if you were to have a conversation in there.
User avatar #16 to #12 - gobnick
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and you certainly wouldn't be able to hear anyone coming, you'll most likely get caught
User avatar #48 to #2 - fukkendragonite
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You'd hear the cumshot really loud. If you can hear your bloodflow, you can hear your cumflow.
User avatar #325 - capnwetnipples
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my family screams at each other 24/7, im pretty sure i could last a few days
User avatar #248 - lightninghedgehog
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BRING IT ON!
#184 - parrotey
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Wait, it's not normal to hear your blood flowing all the time?
User avatar #195 to #184 - memeaholic
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sometimes I hear it when my heart is beating really fast
maybe you have a superpower
#97 - kmichel
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Without visual stimulation, you also hallucinate. If you stare at yourself in the mirror in a dimly lit room, you will hallucinate and see terrible things within 10 minutes. All the participants who did this in a psychological study experienced these hallucinations.
User avatar #102 to #97 - hueyfreeman
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I'm going to do this, what do you recommend for the "dim" lighting. I was thinking like 1 christmas light hanging from the ceiling?
#107 to #102 - kmichel
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Wow, I got it pretty fast. I'm at a university, and I can access papers free. Try the original publication here: You need to login to view this link but if that doesn't work, go here: mindhacks.com/2010/09/18/the-strange-face-in-the-mirror-illusion/
User avatar #108 to #107 - hueyfreeman
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Results will be delivered at around midnight tonight, I want to wait until it's dark.
#110 to #108 - kmichel
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Good idea. Keep me updated! I hallucinate all the time at night, and don't want to do it in the daytime as well. I suffer from hypnagogic hallucinations.
#104 to #102 - kmichel
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Let me try to find the original research paper, or at least a description of the research. I found it a year ago, and don't have it bookmarked.
User avatar #106 to #104 - hueyfreeman
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Alright, let me know if you do. I was just thinking maybe I'd use a strobelight instead, maybe that would make it worse/better.
#109 to #106 - kmichel
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So apparently you'd need a 25 watt bulb (incandescent), and be about 40 cm (16 inches) from the mirror.
User avatar #112 to #109 - hueyfreeman
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Got it. I've got everything that's needed.
User avatar #122 to #112 - goodguygary
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let me know what the hell you saw when it's over.
User avatar #339 to #122 - hueyfreeman
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You're the only one still here, so here goes. I stood there, dead still, for about 15 minutes (I set a timer) And I really started seeing some ****** up ****. First of all, after a while it looked like there was no light at all even with the dim light behind me. Second, I genuinely couldn't see myself in there. I became a sort of black silhouette with weird grey eyes, and some kind of elderly face. I really wouldn't recommend trying this.

tl;dr I saw an old person with grey eyes staring at me
#385 to #339 - kmichel
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Wow, that's brave of you to try it for that long. Interesting result.
User avatar #114 to #112 - jaevel
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How did it go?
User avatar #162 to #114 - hueyfreeman
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Midnight, bro.