In 1974, Stephen Hawking made an argument that black holes emit radiation. How farfetched is the possibility that our eyes emit radiation of their own? Sit tight and let me try to prove it to you.
How can I tell someone is looking at me?
There was a study in 1898 that showed that people could somewhat sense someone staring at them. There have been numerous studies since then to try to validate or disprove these original tests. Some confirm the results. Some don’t.
I’d say that whether or not you can feel that someone is looking at you depends on who is looking at you, and what their state of mind is when they are looking.
What the science is clear on is gaze detection. We can tell when someone in our peripheral vision is looking at us, and typically where it is coming from.
Some autistic people feel electric shocks when they make eye contact with people. Some non-Autistic people do too. This is not an illusion or the placebo effect. Autistic people have very sensitive brains under high pressure, so it’s not surprising that they feel this better than anyone else.
What conditions constrict the pupils? Opiates and high blood pressure, among other things. So in what ways are these things related. Opiates actually lower blood pressure and yet constrict the pupils. So if we view the pupil as a source of some radiation, the body would be constricting the pupils to increase blood and brain pressure, in an attempt to keep you alive.
Pupil size decreases with age. Blood pressure goes up. If the eyes do in fact release some sort of radiation, the pupil may be the only release point. So as the pupil size diminishes, the amount of radiation expelled decreases. Brain pressure and blood pressure increase. As does brain entropy. This makes strokes more likely.
What medications and conditions dilate the pupils?
- Tricyclic antidepressants
- Motion sickness medicines
- Anti-nausea medicines
- Anti-seizure drugs
- Medications for Parkinson’s disease
- Botox and other medications containing botulinum toxin
- Atropine (used for myopia control and other medical purposes)
What could this mean? It could mean that brain pressure may be tied to allergies, motion sickness, nausea, seizures, Parkinson’s, and myopia.
Tesla on Helmholtz: He could see in complete darkness by only using the light of his own eyes. This is the father of modern optometry. He invented the ophthalmoscope. He’s not just some random quack. So here are two of the biggest thinkers of the 20th century saying this happened.
Animal pupil shapes. If the purpose of the pupil is only to let light in? Why do animals have pupils of so many varying shapes? The surface area of the pupil would make sense for animals who live in different conditions, but different shapes? Is it possible that these shapes serve some other purpose, like that of an electromagnetic emission?
In summary, here are your reasons that the eye’s emit some sort of radiation:
- Psychic staring effect
- Pupil Size decreases with Age
- Autistic eye contact
- Pinpoint pupils and high blood pressure
- Eyedrops effect blood pressure
- Animal Pupil shapes
So if the mind has a certain state that sends electromagnetic waves through the eyes, what if any applications does this conclusion have in modern medicine, namely high blood pressure and drug overdoses?
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