kcsquare (kcsquare76@yahoo.com.sg)
Thu, 25 Jan 2001 19:33:00 +0800 (CST)


you can feel nauseous even in space even though it is
weightless. this is because motion sickness is due a
mismatch between your visual input and your middle ear
which sense motion. for example when you are reading
in a moving vehicle, your middle ear tells your brain
that you are moving, but as your eyes are focus on the
book which is stationary, your brain get mixed signals
and result in motion sickness.
as far as i know, weightless makes a person more prone
to nausea

> this is just a guess, but how could you feel nausea
> (or whatever the proper
> term is, nauseatic?) in space where there is no
> gravity? from what I know
> you don't feel that in zero gravity, but someone
> here with better knowledge
> should confirm this
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