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Why Do We Get Goosebumps, and Chills from Music? - VIDEO


When you get chills from music, it might be your brain's subconscious fear response.


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  1. I love these videos. Thanks for sharing them. And by the way, Alban Berg gets my frisson on!

    Posted by: Joe | Mar 29, 2013 11:52:16 AM

  2. Hey! Arrector Pili is my porn name.

    Posted by: Bollux | Mar 29, 2013 12:20:08 PM

  3. god causes them! that's why.

    Posted by: candide001 | Mar 29, 2013 12:54:44 PM

  4. "In science, it's okay to say we don't know ... yet."

    Awesome. And absolutely true. Scientists don't need to make up a story out of thin air and then fight anyone who dares question it. Scientists are happy to be challenged ... with more science. With more data, and counter-arguments back up through testing and scrutiny. But not with unprovable fairy tales.

    Posted by: Kevin_BGFH | Mar 29, 2013 5:37:06 PM

  5. It's a cellular response based on waves and vibrations.

    Posted by: Kissyfur | Mar 30, 2013 1:43:38 AM

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