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Apparently this is being peddled as something effective in Japan

Quote:Meet Hideto Tomabechi. He is a cognative scientist that studies the mind and artificial intellegence. In his spare time, he’s an avid music fan, and is a member of a rock band. How does one combine these seemingly opposite passions? By creating a mobile ringtone that tricks the mind into making a female’s bust size increase of course.

Dr. Tomabechi created a ringone called “Rock Melon” that he claims will increase the breast size due to subliminal messages. The ringtone is based upon a crying baby and when listened to for 20 times a day for about 10 times a day, a female’s bust will grow by at least 2cm. What does he want to use his research for? Making people fall in-love at first sight, improving memory, incouraging hair growth, and fighting terrorism.
this guy is interesting because he was the official deprogrammer for people brainwashed by the AUM cult in Japan.
apparently it works. it makes sense. it probably activates the nurturing or motherly instinct when they hear a concentrated version of a baby crying.

this girl grew her bust by 3 CM listening to the ringtone


Dr. Tomabechi holds a BA in Linguistics from Sophia University (1983), and a Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics from Carnegie Mellon University (1993).

He is currently a fellow at Carnegie Mellon. this guy ain't a quack.

could it be that certain "functional sounds" are being placed into popular music today?

Quote:In 1985, Dr. Tomabechi began working for the Mitsubishi Estate, Co. as a finance officer. He was one of the five-man special task force team which planned and conducted the famous US $2 billion acquisition of the Rockefeller Group Inc. by Mitsubishi Estate in 1989. Rockefeller Group Inc. owned Rockefeller Center buildings in New York and many subsidiary companies including Radio City Music Hall and Cushman and Wakefield. While at Mitsubishi Estate, Dr. Tomabechi received Fulbright scholarship to pursue his graduate research work at Yale University which he joined the Department of Computer Science, Cognitive Science Program, and the Artificial Intelligence Project. He then transferred to Carnegie Mellon University to join Center for Machine Translation at School of Computer Science and Computational Linguistics Laboratory at the Department of Philosophy.
Really interesting stuff, yeah, the first thing I thought when I saw the title was that it mimicked a baby's crying or something to trick the body.
yes, by itself it seems like a petty sensationalist story.. but I want people to think of the wider implications.

if a guitar type sound can have embedded in it a "baby crying" who is to say that crafty manipulators aren't using this in modern pop music?

those sounds could easily be used as a sound effect in a popular song today.

also.. if this research is true.. that means secret messages can be encoded into sound without people knowing it. this opens up a whole new can of worms.

on the other hand, I think this thing can be used in a good way.. to encourage "positive brainwashing'
Feasible. Sound affects people. Mmm got a phonesex thing coming up in a bit.
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