VisionAndPsychosis.Net, a 12 year psychology investigation of Subliminal Distraction has announced an experiment to cause depression.
By copying a "mental break causing design mistake" engineers found in 1964 then increasing the Subliminal Distraction exposure rate it is possible to cause depression in a short period of Subliminal Distraction exposure, using a computer with detectable threat-movement in peripheral vision. A demonstration of subliminal sight and habituation in peripheral vision, linked at the top of site pages, will show how exposure begins. Successful performance of the safe demonstration shows the ability to suppress the vision startle reflex, necessary for the experiment. The experiment is safe if emailed instructions, precautions, and warning are assiduously followed. But it is too dangerous for Internet publication.
VisionAndPsychosis.Net argues that this little known problem is the cause of college suicides. They would all be preventable if students were told why the cubicle was created in 1968. Engineers had discovered a previously unknown problem with crowded office conditions and a normal feature in everyone's physiology of sight, visual subliminal distraction. The discovered phenomenon takes the same name, Subliminal Distraction.
The cubicle was designed to block peripheral vision for a concentrating worker to stop it in offices by 1968.
Examples of home computer locations on the site shows computer uses how to avoid the problem FREE.
Pictures, such as the bedroom computer of Pekka-Eric Auvinen, demonstrate a connection for mass shooting suicides. Four shooters have evidence, unrecognized, in news accounts that they created the design mistake. Other shooters were students, or had jobs and activities to allow exposure.