World champion freediver Guillaume Néry’s special dive at Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest blue hole in the world filmed entirely on breath hold by the french champion Julie Gautier.
Archive for 2010/07/26
Tags: Ænema cover, Binaural Beat Effect, Discovery News, Holly Miranda, i-Dose, i-Dosing, Music High, Tool, Viva Radio Online
Teens get high off digital drugs.
“Forget about bongs, mirrors and crack pipes. Kids are getting high using headphones. Certain MP3 music downloads available online supposedly induce a state of ecstasy.
This new practice is called i-Dosing and requires a pair of headphones and something to play music. Proponents of i-Dosing say the ecstatic feeling listeners supposedly feel is caused by the binaural beat effect.
This effect is the result of two slightly different audio waves being heard separately by the left and right ear. The two tones played at slightly different frequencies makes the listener think they are hearing a quick beat.
YouTube is littered with videos that include these audio files, and even more reaction videos of teenagers freaking out after getting an i-Dose.”
You don’t need to pay to download an i-Dose, because there are plenty of videos on YouTube.
Close your eyes and dose up. Get all hopped up on goofballs.
Hmmm….to be honest, it just sounds like above average electronica to me… *yawn*
I would much rather listen to Holly Miranda cover the TOOL classic “Ænema”