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hpr2502 :: Volume Of Thought

Lostnbronx attempts to measure the "volume" of his own thoughts.

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Hosted by lostnbronx on 2018-03-06 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Lostnbronx measures how loud his own thoughts are -- or rather, how loud outside noise has to be before they are disrupted.

It turns out that unwanted music in his ears at -30 dB is when his train of thought starts to derail.


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Comment #1 posted on 2018-03-10T19:57:15Z by Windigo

Two comments

Firstly, after hearing the title of this episode I thought you were going to be discussing how much three-dimensional space your thoughts took up. That's not something I've ever considered before.

Secondly, when you actually discussed the "loudness" of your own thoughts and what types of sounds successfully caused you to lose track of them, it was ALSO something I'd never considered.

Well done, Sir. Well done.

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