Why do I feel electronica?
Electronic sounds, visuals, art, music and artful films are all the rage these days.
We’ve heard them at concerts, films, dance parties and even on YouTube.
And it seems like a pretty common response.
As we all know, our ears are not as good as our eyes.
So, why are we feeling electronica so often?
Well, the answer lies in our bodies.
When we hear the buzzing sounds of an electronic instrument or an electric guitar, we are hearing atoms vibrating in the air.
But when we hear a sound in our ears, we’re hearing the vibrations of the electrons in our blood.
These are the atoms that make up our bodies, the electrons.
And those electrons can be extremely strong.
This sounds counterintuitive, right?
The electrons in a body are extremely dense.
They’re the same density as a diamond, and they’re the only atoms that can exist in the body.
They weigh about as much as a human hair.
That means that when you hear a strong sound, the atoms in your body vibrate very fast.
And when you listen to the sound, those vibrations can reach millions of volts per second.
And when you’re on the receiving end of a strong electric field, the vibrations in your ears can cause the blood vessels of your ears to swell.
The sudden wave of energy is enough to cause your ear to vibrate.
And that’s what’s happening when you feel the sound of an electronica record.
If you are listening to a record and the sound becomes louder and louder, the blood in your ear can expand and you’ll feel the vibrations.
You might think that the sound has grown stronger.
But you’re not hearing it because the electrons have increased their electrical charge in your blood.
The atoms have not, and now they are expanding and squeezing the blood vessel.
You might also think that your body will get tired of hearing the sound and that you’ll stop listening to it.
You may think that you’re tired of listening to an electronic record, but you are not.
It’s because the electronics are actually making your body tired.
The reason why your body gets tired is because the blood cells inside your body are very dense and very fast at the same time.
They are so fast that their motion can easily accelerate electrons.
That is, they can move very fast, which causes the blood to expand and squeeze.
Because the blood is very dense, the pressure inside your ear increases dramatically, causing the air to become very cold.
This coldness is causing your body to sweat and the body is actually producing a very strong chemical reaction in your tissues.
It’s called electrolyte breakdown, and the chemical reaction is what causes your body’s blood vessels to swell and to grow.
This is why the sound you hear is making you sweat.
At the same moment, your body is releasing a large amount of water into your ears.
This water is also incredibly fast, but it’s very different from the sound.
As the sound gets louder, you start to feel your ears contracting.
That contraction makes your ear muscles tense.
And as your ears tighten, the sound slows down.
As you hear the sound slower and slower, the sounds become more and more quiet.
This means that your brain starts to process the sound more and less quickly.
The result is that the brain is no longer able to process information efficiently.
So when you have a strong electrical field, your ears get tired and you can no longer hear sound.
The effect is that your ears stop functioning.
And your ears have stopped functioning because your body has stopped working.
Why are we doing this?
Because you have to work harder to get that same sound.
It takes much more energy to move the atoms around in your brain and muscles and make them move faster than the electrons do.
So you can’t use your ears anymore.
And because of this, your brain is not functioning as well.
A lot of people say that the electronic sounds we hear today are the result of the invention of electronic equipment.
But this is not true.
Electronic equipment was invented in 1852 by John Paulson.
It was used to record a sound and to record sound waves at very high frequencies.
But by the 1950s, electronic equipment had evolved beyond the sound recording.
Today, it is used to produce sound for audio and video recording, sound therapy, and even to make electronic musical instruments.
For most people, listening to electronic music is a pretty good experience.
But for some people, it’s not so good.
Some people experience headaches and other side effects.
Others get depressed.
And some people have serious physical problems.
There is no magic to the sounds we have today.
The sounds we do hear are just the sounds our bodies make when we need to move.
The only magic