deaf-and-invisible-music

Are we emotionally affected by music we hear that we
cannot hear?
This is not a play on words. A team of scientists
conducted an experiment at the Metropolitan Cathedral
in Liverpool (UK) last year. Studying responses
of 250 participants, the scientists came to the
conclusion that emotions were displayed by listening
to extremely dim sound vibrations, below the human
ear radar.
Simply put, the scientists claim that when we
hear music inside of our heads we reveal our
emotions.
Is that supposed to be surprising? Deaf people
have been known for years to enjoy music by
feeling the vibrations.