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    • Wait yall never spun around really fast as kids
      sirja 1 jul
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    • Wow being dizzy. Smarter every day sure is pushing the bounds of intellect with this one.
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    • That just looks unnatural
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    • This is crazy to y'all? I'd spin in a circle when I was 4 and do this shit smh
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    • We used to spin around really fast, sit down, stand up and pass out.
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    • This is similar to what happens when you’re drunk, hence the field sobriety test. If your eyes can’t lock onto the finger, but instead follow it in jerky motions, you’re basically guaranteed over the limit
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    • It’s caused by the fluid in your ears that naturally provides a pressure on small hairs inside your ear giving you a sense of balance. After a prolonged spin, the hairs relax and accept the new position as stable. Thus, when you stop it pushes the hairs upright giving you the sense that you’re
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    • The earth king has invited you to lake loagai
      weebwall 1 jul
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    • “Smarter Every Day”
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    • Ain't that just called nystagmus? Gosh you people seem so sheltered.
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    • has no one really ever made themselves dizzy?
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    • I would puke,
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    • Go watch the whole video on smarter every day on YT. It's about the g forces and stuff in fighter jets. It's pretty crazy and absolutely worth your time.
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    • Seale 1 jul
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    • Everyone: Wheres the content where you get to go on jet and subs. smarter every day: haha weed wacker go brrrrr
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    • Did this poor guy never spin around as a kid or play on a Merry-Go-Round?
      missnay 3 jul
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    • Thunderbirds - Smarter Every Day on YouTube. This guy makes AMAZING videos!
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    • Cuz of the fluids in our ears. Theyre our gyroscopes. Check out the full vid. Its cool
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    • ok now explain why when im at the beach or a pool for long time, then get out and sit somewhere and it feel like im still floating in water. like a swimming jet lag.
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    • Its actually caused by the hairs on your poopy hole that send diphenhydramine up into your ocular veins to start a monosaccharide chain reaction that makes the fluid in your retinas shake
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    • My one buddy has an issue where his eyes move like that constantly. Sometimes I forget that his eyes do that and I freak out for a second
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    • Plot twist, she molests him on the next turn
      saltyfan 3 jul
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    • So this is nystagmus. What his eyes are doing is trying to focus on something so he can regain equalibrium. When you're intoxicated your brain tells your eyes to do the same, but is unable to as your body is likely not spinning. Therefore they involuntarily jerk, especially at full deviation.
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    • SmarterEveryDay is the YouTube channel. His name is Destin and hes a really great guy who genuinely loves knowledge and sharing it. His passion is infectious
      kyeigen 3 jul
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    • Nigga finna get told about that war that’s not happening in Ba Sing Se.
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    • YOUTUBE SMARTER EVERY DAY
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    • Oh man that's why my nieces' and nephews' eyes do that after playing super helicopter with them.
      Dabbler 3 jul
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    • I’ve had a viral infection called vestibular neuritis. It caused a nystagmus in the eye opposite of the infection and gave me vertigo for about 3 weeks until my 4th doctor (PT) suggested a steroid. Not a fun thing to have when you aren’t willingly doing this to yourself.
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    • I have an albino friend who's eyes do that. He's a cool guy
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    • My friend Ryan’s eyes were always doing that.
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    • wow you got dizzy, good job
      IlIl 6 jul
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    • I've done this. It sucked, I couldn't even stand up
      ImAnEgg 3 jul
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    • “HoW DiD yOu NoT kNoW ThIs?” Shit the fuck up and let people enjoy learning something.
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    • Why does this happen?
      Navaknow 3 jul
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    • I’ve done this. Would recommend 10/10
      MrsWyles 3 jul
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    • Lag
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    • Huh
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    • oh, wow! it’s almost like he got dizzy!!
      PvPqnda 4 jul
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    • Destin’s Smarter every day YouTube channel is probably the best channel on the platform
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    • she cocced his eye
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    • Am I missing something? What's so interesting about being dizzy
      tweb 3 jul
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    • I learned this shit with a rope swing when I was 8
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    • Awesome. Learnt somethin new 🤘
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    • This hurts my head
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    • Making me nauseous thinking about it
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    • Thats so odd! I never thought about how your eye movements would change when you are constantly moving!
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    • Is That Kevin Fagie?
      4Pep 1 jul
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    • I love smarter everyday
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    • Confirmed iFunny is full of dicks
      sblan12 6 jul
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    • So no one did this in an office chair at the library as a kid? Or in their electronics class? Or at home? None of you played on a spinning chair or stool? Really?
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    • Destin from smartereveryday, the truest of the good ole boys from down south
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    • This is a thing that’s a real problem in small aircraft. Like if you turn for long enough your ears will tell you you’re straight and level. Trust your instruments, Kings.
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    • Smorter every day
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    • Sooo... they made him dizzy?
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    • So there’s actually more than just dizziness going on here. As you continue around and around the liquid in your ear begins to rotate like a gyroscope. So when you move your head one way after a while, it’ll feel like you rotated a different direction. We had this in pilot training
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    • She spins his head right round right round like a record vaby
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    • Wtf
      ZacKing 6 jul
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    • This looks like a contraption made for special needs kids in the OT room with the old lady teachers
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    • Smarter everyday
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    • Have none of y’all been children
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    • my eyes do that when i’m drunk
      Raxe 6 jul
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    • Spatial disorientation.
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    • Ain’t this called being dizzy
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    • When your laying in bed imagine your rotating and you might feel like you are, I do that all the time
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    • I’ve done this before, I was the person watching tho. We laughed when he got confused but kept pointing
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    • Did you know that if you were to wear goggles that made your vission upside down that after 2 weeks of wearing them your eyes would correct it. Meaning that if you were to take them off eveything would be upside down, without the goggles
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    • So that's what happens to me when I get vertigo. Followed by 5 hours of nausea. Happens for weeks straight and then doesn't show up for like 6 months... Fucking sucks
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    • I dont like that
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    • Most of us found this out when we first sat in a spinning chair or those discontinued spinning tables at the park
      USMC0490 5 jul
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    • I get vertigo too ur not special
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    • There are people that did not do this as kids all the time?
      Waya1701 5 jul
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    • Distinct Sustained Nystagmus at Maxium Deviation
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    • Where do i buy one of these chairs. Id have so much fun with that
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    • I used to do this a shit ton as a kid, especially after getting grounded lmao
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    • Anyone that has a spinning chair and used it, knows this phenomenon
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    • This happens because there is a bit of liquid surrounding the brain. When you spin, the liquid spins too. When you stop spinning, the liquid takes a few seconds to stop spinning. I dunno how drunkenness from alcohol works though.
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    • Is he an alien? Was he never a kid?
      Gonad82 5 jul
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    • so you’re telling me not a single person has went outside and spun like this is to see the earth “rotate”
      Bragsii 5 jul
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    • We did that as a kid in the Mary go round.
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    • Wtf, this soft shit. We use to have 8 people running one way and jumped on, untill they removed them from the parks due to karens protecting their weak genetic children
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    • I grew up taking ballet, when I spun as a kid I had to lock my eyes on to a target to avoid this. This makes me great at sobriety tests now :)
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    • Y'all've never spun in a circle when u were little and sat down.
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    • Your eyeballs spin depending on which way you tilt your head too. The more you know
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    • I believe this is called being dizzy
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    • Kinda cool
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    • What theb
      Staki 5 jul
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    • Anyone else ever just wake up dizzy and feel that way about half the day?
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    • What kid doesn't know about this?
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    • That always happens when I have my spin spin times, I go super fast like vwissshhh~~ and then when I stop my eyes keep staying glued on one spot, and when I move them they snap back yo.
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    • Smarter every day on YouTube. He has some really cool stuff.
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    • They do this in the af to show you how fucked up you can be when spinning in a plane in total darkness
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    • i had something once where my eyes would do that and i would see the room spin, get dizzy, & sometimes vomit and it lasted like 3 weeks
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    • Did this guy never spin around really fast as a child?
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    • I hate getting dizzy, yeah the sensation is fun for a few seconds but then for me I get nauseous for like 30 min afterward
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    • Its still cool to see it though
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    • I hate the feeling after tho
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