On Wed, 11 May 2005 01:59:09 +0100, Dirk Bruere at Neopax
<dirk at neopax.com> wrote:
>Allen L. Barker wrote:
>> Dirk Bruere at Neopax wrote:
>>> My main interest in this concerns subliminal technologies, brainwave
>>> entrainment, binaural tone stuff etc.
>>>>>> Seems that feeding different images into different eyes might be a lot
>>> more productive that an equivalent for the ears.
>>>>>> Why do you conclude this? Why should the separation into
>> different hemispheres make a real difference? A common sort of
>>Because they can be addressed separately and fed separate messages?
Why don't you just cut the corpus callosum (plus miscellaneous
commissures) and be done with it? The two hemispheres are pretty
intimately connected. Aural input is particularly bilateral because
of crossed connections early on from the cochlear nuclei.