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Old 2010-09-24, 10:08   Link #4281
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Try shining a light indirectly at your eye. Move it around for like 15 minutes with your eyes following the light. If you feel like vomiting, see a doctor.
Good idea if you want to wake up in the ER after almost choking to death on your own saliva and stomach acids.
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Old 2010-09-24, 10:47   Link #4282
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Okay let's see:

1. Does it happen more if you focus on a particular moving element that would require your eyes to move along with it?

2. Is it alleviated by shifting your head or closing your eyes?

3. Do you suddenly get some vision problems with it, like sudden flashing lights or sudden loss of sight?

From the looks of it, if it isn't with hearing problems it's not likely an inner ear labyrinth problem. It looks primarily a problem with the optic tract, and without primary vision impairment it seems like a brain stem or cerebellum problem.

Internet medical diagnosis is hard.
1. No. Not exactly, the things that cause it are patterns that have a large number of randomly moving elements - though thats not exactly it either. definetly images where its tough to focus on one thing, focusing on one spot seems to help, but i feel 'fixated' to not do that.

2.Yes, closing my eyes for even a second, makes the feeling recede immensely. it returns just as quick if i look again. If i close my eyes or look away, its like i completely forget what about it made me uncomfortable in the first place; i just can't explain why this happens at all.

3. Nope, no vision problems.

http://www.google.co.jp/imgres?imgur...w=1440&bih=799

long link i know, but this image causes it. again, this is why i have trouble explaining exactly what kind of images cause it.

Oh, and btw, thanks for the help meotwister , theres no need to continue this, i just wanted to know if anyone would have some ideas off the bat.
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Old 2010-09-24, 11:02   Link #4283
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1. No. Not exactly, the things that cause it are patterns that have a large number of randomly moving elements - though thats not exactly it either. definetly images where its tough to focus on one thing, focusing on one spot seems to help, but i feel 'fixated' to not do that.

2.Yes, closing my eyes for even a second, makes the feeling recede immensely. it returns just as quick if i look again. If i close my eyes or look away, its like i completely forget what about it made me uncomfortable in the first place; i just can't explain why this happens at all.

3. Nope, no vision problems.

http://www.google.co.jp/imgres?imgur...w=1440&bih=799

long link i know, but this image causes it. again, this is why i have trouble explaining exactly what kind of images cause it.

Oh, and btw, thanks for the help meotwister , theres no need to continue this, i just wanted to know if anyone would have some ideas off the bat.
Well from the looks of it it's likely an issue with the cerebellum. I would say it's because you have a problem with the cerebellum not being able to properly maintain positional balance (thus the probable vertigo) from the amount of visual input your eyes are getting, confusing it to the exact nature of your body's state of motion and position relative to gravity, thus the subjective feelings of nausea and the other CNS signs.
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Old 2010-09-24, 11:21   Link #4284
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Well from the looks of it it's likely an issue with the cerebellum. I would say it's because you have a problem with the cerebellum not being able to properly maintain positional balance (thus the probable vertigo) from the amount of visual input your eyes are getting, confusing it to the exact nature of your body's state of motion and position relative to gravity, thus the subjective feelings of nausea and the other CNS signs.
This is starting to make a whole lot of sense . I'm aware that vertigo has a lot more to do than just heights, but the feeling is very similar to what I feel when I look off a tall building. I never co-related the two because I didn't think there could be any relation (I still don't know if there is), and since only happens rarely. You might be on to something!

Thanks so much for the help
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Old 2010-09-25, 20:33   Link #4285
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Depending on your age you'd have likely have had full on tonic-clonic seizures at some point in your life if it were epilepsy (epilepsy starts early) and diagnosed a long time ago.
Not always. I had my first diagnosed seizure at 19; scared the bejesus out of my girlfriend sleeping next to me. I've had about a half-dozen seizures since then, though none for about a decade now. I only get them while I'm asleep, so it hasn't really interfered much with normal life.

Being an only child I could have had seizures when I was younger, and none of us noticed. On the other hand, given the rather large hole I managed to bite into my tongue the first time around, I'd be surprised if I'd had seizures and not known about them.
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Old 2010-09-27, 19:00   Link #4286
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Does anyone know what anime and song is used?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOk0BYVjdNM
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Old 2010-09-27, 21:03   Link #4287
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Does anyone know what anime and song is used?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOk0BYVjdNM
"Premonition" by MC Justice
"Regenerate Sky" by Noizenecio

We have a thread dedicated to naming unknown songs. Music/Songs Identification and Lyrics Request
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Old 2010-09-27, 22:01   Link #4288
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"Premonition" by MC Justice
"Regenerate Sky" by Noizenecio

We have a thread dedicated to naming unknown songs. Music/Songs Identification and Lyrics Request
Thanks. Didn't know of that thread.
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Old 2010-10-02, 03:13   Link #4289
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If you like songs that are in the death metal/heavy metal genre will people think you're a devil worshipper?
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Old 2010-10-02, 06:00   Link #4290
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On the average day for my eyes I use faded eyeshadow together with coal and mascara, however the problem is that when I have it on my eyelids it is basically sweated off in the middle of the day and at the end of it you can barely see it anymore. What can I do to keep my eyes shaded up and not have it whipped off by blinking, warmth etc.
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Old 2010-10-02, 12:07   Link #4291
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If you like songs that are in the death metal/heavy metal genre will people think you're a devil worshipper?
Religious, conservative people do.
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Old 2010-10-02, 12:34   Link #4292
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Why are there so many noobs in Warcraft 3 TFT in Battle.net? I mean seriously, people like 22 y.o. wont play WC3 and kids 13 y.o. should play Mass Effect and other stuff, so why?
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Old 2010-10-02, 13:40   Link #4293
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Why are there so many noobs in Warcraft 3 TFT in Battle.net? I mean seriously, people like 22 y.o. wont play WC3 and kids 13 y.o. should play Mass Effect and other stuff, so why?
There are a lot of idiots playing DoTa in WCIII as well. I don't really know why so many kids seem to play since it is a pretty old game at this point.
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Old 2010-10-02, 23:48   Link #4294
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If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
(Yes there is a correct answer to this.)
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Old 2010-10-03, 00:09   Link #4295
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If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
(Yes there is a correct answer to this.)
If the sound waves created by the falling tree action are not percieved by the hearing organs of a nearby organsim before the frequency of the wave drops to zero, then no sound is heard.
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Old 2010-10-03, 00:17   Link #4296
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If the sound waves created by the falling tree action are not percieved by the hearing organs of a nearby organsim before the frequency of the wave drops to zero, then no sound is heard.
Wow right on... Didn't expect that.
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Old 2010-10-03, 11:18   Link #4297
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Sound waves would still be emitted, though... it isn't that simple. That's why it is a cliche question with no real answer.
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Old 2010-10-03, 11:50   Link #4298
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If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
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if said tree crushes a mime, does anyone really care?
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Old 2010-10-03, 13:05   Link #4299
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Sound waves would still be emitted, though... it isn't that simple. That's why it is a cliche question with no real answer.
There is one real answer: It depends on how you define sound.

If sound is the vibrational wave itself, then yes, it makes a sound. If sound is what your brain interprets, then no, it does not make a sound.
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Old 2010-10-03, 13:34   Link #4300
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It's been in my head for a while now. What do you mean by "Yamato-ish"?


Also, how is this forum connected to animesuki.com?
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