Ear damage by MP3,DVD and digital TV? (more explanations)
kr4 at nyu.edu
Tue Dec 10 09:46:52 EST 2002
On Tue, 10 Dec 2002 05:15:15 +0100, CYBERYOGI =CO= Windler
<windle_c at informatik.fh-hamburg.de> wrote:
>Kalman Rubinson schrieb:
> > On Tue, 10 Dec 2002 04:26:35 +0100, CYBERYOGI =CO= Windler
> > <windle_c at informatik.fh-hamburg.de> wrote:
> >> No,what I mean is that the individual sensor cells can slightly "inflate"
> >> more or less strong by an electro-osmotic effect controlled by the
> >> compensation circuits (similar like various narcotic gasses change the
> >> pressure in nerve cells) and thus set their operating point.
> > That, too, is a new one on me. Reference?
>I don't find it in the "Westerman - Informationsverarbeitung" book here, but
>I am at least very sure that this was mentioned in a scientific documentation
>film that we had to watch in biology lessons at school years ago.
I find no reference to such in any of my texts. Who is Westerman?
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