Vampire Abilities & Eyes Research

Vampire abilites & eyes research

Total number of vampires who participated: 90.

Your sex:

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Male 29 32%
Female 60 67%
Other 1 1%

Your age-processing data

10-20years=9,63%

21-30years =39,75%

31-40years=26,50%

41-50 years=15,66%

51-60 years=7,22%

Your location?-processing data

USA=68,67%

Canada=8,43%

England=6,02%

South-Africa=4,81%

New Zealand=2,40%

Norway=1,20%

Turkey=1,20%

Portugal=1,20%

Holland=1,20%

Australia=1,20%

Estonia=1,20%

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What kind of vampire are you?

Sanguinarian (blood feeder) 18 20%
Psi (energy feeder) 25 28%
Hybrid (blood+energy feeder) 43 48%
Other 4 4%

Sanguinarian vampirism is a type of vampirism in which the vampire requires blood in order to remain healthy. Generally speaking, the vampire will ingest blood of others. When asked, most vampires do not feel that their own blood will suffice, and they thus have a “donor”, who serves as a means for getting blood. Sang donors are individuals who are willing to provide their blood through safe blood-letting means. (Some communities call these donors, “black swans”).

Most often, sanguinarians need to feed at least once a month, usually more, or their body begins to deteriorate. The amount of blood a sang needs depends on the individual. Some sanguinarian vampires need only a few drops once every couple weeks, while others need more than that, either by feeding more frequently, or consuming more blood. Usually the symptoms that the vampire experiences will vanish for a short period of time, before they once again need to feed. Symptoms of sanguinarian vampirism include (but are not limited to):

  • Blood cravings
  • Metallic taste in mouth
  • Fatigue
  • Lethargy
  • Hunger pains
  • Thirst that won’t go away
  • Irritability
  • Brain fog

Some sanguinarians may experience other, more severe symptoms, such as loss of control, and “bloodlust”, where the body begins to try to fend for itself, so to speak. However, these are rare, and largely controversial cases. Not all sangs experience these severe symptoms, and many never let it get very far, due to the extreme, sometimes intolerable feelings of sickness that most sangs suffer from. However, it is also highly recommended that one considering vampirism seeks a doctor first, in order to make sure that they do not have a disease, such as diabetes or anemia, that needs to be treated in other ways.

Psychic Vampirism is a form of vampirism in which the vampire needs to take in more energy than most non-vampires do. Though the exact cause of psychic vampirism is yet unknown, it is suspected that psychic vampires burn through energy too quickly, and then for whatever reason, cannot compensate easily themselves. For this reason, they need to feed on non-physical energy, such as chi, or prana. This can be done a number of ways, such as feeding from ambient energy (the energy given off in crowds at a concert, for example), or feeding directly from a group or individual. Generally speaking, it is strongly advised that the vampire feeds from a willing donor, if they are to go about the direct feeding route.

If a psychic vampire does not feed, they will experience symptoms, such as fatigue, lethargy, and headaches. Of course, many of these symptoms imitate those of other conditions, many of which are known medical conditions. It is always advised that someone suspecting that they might be a vampire see a doctor first to rule out other existing conditions, such as anemia.

Psychic vampires have also reported other more “metaphysical” symptoms, such as seeing, or sensing tendrils in their aura.

Generally speaking, when a vampire feeds, the associated symptoms will vanish for a period of time before they reappear once more, resulting in the vampire needing to feed again. This time period in between can vary, but most psychic vampires are advised to feed daily. Usually a psychic vampire will feed unintentionally on their own at a lower level than they would consciously. This is what keeps the vampire from essentially “passing out”. However, some vampires have difficulty in consciously feeding.

Hybrid Vampirism is a form of vampirism in which the vampire can feed upon blood and energy. In truth, while many Hybrids prefer to feed via blood, they do nothave to have blood. Blood is merely preferred because blood fulfills the thirst more quickly, and, perhaps,because of a greater physical contentment that cannot be achieved through psi-feeding.

Other kind of vampirism is a form of vampirism in which the vampire feeds upon other energy sources but by different ways then psi, sanguinarian or hybrid does.

Body temperature test

The commonly accepted average human core body temperature (taken internally) is 37.0 °C (98.6 °F). The typical oral (under the tongue) measurement is slightly cooler, at 36.8° ± 0.4°C (98.2° ± 0.7°F), and temperatures taken in other places (such as under the arm or in the ear) produce different typical numbers. Although some people think of these averages as representing the normal or ideal temperature, a wide range of temperatures has been found in healthy people.

There havent been a research what is a normal vampire body temperature, so this is the first research of this kind.

Hyperthermia 

Hyperthermia occurs when the body produces or absorbs more heat than it can dissipate. It is usually caused by prolonged exposure to high temperatures. The heat-regulating mechanisms of the body eventually become overwhelmed and unable to deal effectively with the heat, causing the body temperature to climb uncontrollably. Hyperthermia at or above about 40 °C (104 °F) is a life-threatening medical emergency that requires immediate treatment. Common symptoms include headache, confusion, and fatigue. If sweating has resulted in dehydration, then the affected person may have dry, red skin.

In a medical setting, mild hyperthermia is commonly called heat exhaustion or heat prostration; severe hyperthermia is called heat stroke. Heat stroke may come on suddenly, but it usually follows the untreated milder stages. Treatment involves cooling and rehydrating the body; fever-reducing drugs are useless for this condition. This may be done through moving out of direct sunlight to a cooler and shaded environment, drinking water, removing clothing that might keep heat close to the body, or sitting in front of a fan. Bathing in tepid or cool water, or even just washing the face and other exposed areas of the skin, can be helpful.

With fever, the body’s core temperature rises to a higher temperature through the action of the part of the brain that controls the body temperature; with hyperthermia, the body temperature is raised without the consent of the heat control centers.

Hypothermia 

In hypothermia, body temperature drops below that required for normal metabolism and bodily functions. In humans, this is usually due to excessive exposure to cold air or water, but it can be deliberately induced as a medical treatment. Symptoms usually appear when the body’s core temperature drops by 1-2 °C (1.8-3.6 °F) below normal temperature

Human temperature variation effects:

Hot

Fevers are not to be confused with heat stroke. In fever the person can feel cold at high body temperatures. One theory is that the body is fooled into thinking it is cold by the infectant microbe. The more recent alternative hypothesis is that fever is a constructive response to infection, and that the chills are an evolutionary mechanism whose function is to motivate individuals to seek warmth, to help facilitate the increase in body temperature.

  • 44 °C (111 °F) or more– Death
  • 43 °C (109 °F)– severe confusion, sleepiness, depressed reflexes, slow heart beat, shallow breathing, Hallucinations, delirium, complete confusion, extreme sleepiness that is progressively becoming comatose, Very shallow breathing and slow heart rate, serious heart rhythm problems, Severe heart rhythm disturbances are likely and breathing may stop at any time, serious brain damage, continuous convulsions and shock. Cardiac-respiratory collapse will likely occur.
  • 42 °C (108 °F)– Subject may turn pale or remain flushed and red. They may become comatose, be in severe delirium, pain, and convulsions can occur. Blood pressure may be high or low and heart rate will be very fast.
  • 41 °C (106 °F)– Fainting, agony, pain, severe headache, dizziness, confusion, hallucinations, delirium and drowsiness can occur. There may also be palpitations and breathlessness.
  • 40 °C (104 °F)– Fainting, dehydration, weakness, pain, headache and dizziness may occur as well as profuse sweating. Starts to be life-threatening.
  • 39 °C (102 °F)– – Severe sweating, flushed and red. Fast heart rate and breathlessness. There may be exhaustion accompanying this. Children and people with epilepsy may be very likely to get convulsions at this point.
  • 38 °C (100 °F)– (this is classed as hyperthermia if not caused by a fever) Feeling hot, sweating, feeling thirsty, feeling very uncomfortable. If this is caused by fever, there may also be chills.

Normal

  • 37 °C (98.6 °F)– Normal internal body temperature (which varies between about 36.12–37.5 °C (97.02–99.50 °F)

Cold

  • 36 °C (97 °F)– Feeling cold, mild to moderate shivering (body temperature may drop this low during sleep). May be a normal body temperature.
  • 35 °C (95 °F)– (Hypothermia is less than 35 °C (95 °F) – Intense shivering, numbness and bluish/grayness of the skin.
  • 34 °C (93 °F)– Severe shivering, loss of movement of fingers, blueness and confusion.
  • 33 °C (91 °F)– progressive loss of shivering, Shivering may stop.
  • 32 °C (90 °F)– Shivering is absent (subject may even think they are hot). Reflex may be absent or very slight.
  • 31 °C (88 °F)– Comatose, very rarely conscious. No or slight reflexes.
  • 28 °C (82 °F)– Severe shivering .
  • 24–26 °C (75–79 °F) or less– patients have been known to survive with body temperatures as low as 14.2°C (57.5°F).

I asked vampires to measure their body temperature under armpit in normal conditions and write the numbers what they got.

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VAMPIRES BODY TEMPERATURE:

I dont have thermometer 42 47%
Other (measurement) 48 53%

OTHER(measurement):

87,6-93F=8,33%

94F=2,77%

95F=5,55%

96F=33,3%

97F=38,88%

98F=11,11%

99F=5,55%

100F=5,55%

Memory test- processing

Childhood amnesia, also called infantile amnesia, is the inability of adults to retrieve episodic memories before the age of 2–4 years, as well as the period before age 10 of which adults retain fewer memories than might otherwise be expected given the passage of time. For the first 1–2 years of life, brain structures such as the limbic system, which holds the hippocampus and the amygdala and is involved in memory storage, are not yet fully developed. Research has demonstrated that children can remember events from before the age of 3–4 years, but that these memories decline as children get older.

Research has shown that children have the capacity to remember events that happened to them from age 1 and before whilst they are still relatively young, but as they get older they tend to be unable to recall memories from their youngest years. When the offset of childhood amnesia is defined as the age of first memory, then offset occurs around 3.5 years though it can range from 2 to 5 years, depending on the memory retrieval method and age of the respondent. However, when the offset of childhood amnesia is defined as the age at which the majority of memories are personal recollections rather than known events, then offset occurs at approximately 4.5 years old. This may be due to children’s development of understanding and knowledge of their own memory.

Changes in encoding, storage and retrieval of memories during early childhood are all important when considering childhood amnesia. Research shows differences between gender and culture, which is implicated in the development of language. Childhood amnesia is particularly important to consider in regard to false memories and the development of the brain in early years. Proposed explanations of childhood amnesia are Freud’s trauma theory (since discredited), neurological development, development of the cognitive self, emotion and language.

Scientists have long known, based on interviews with adults, that most people’s earliest memories only go back to about age 3.

Now lets see, how vampire`s memory works and is there a difference between vampire and human memory. If most humans can remember lates memory beginning from the 3 year old, then over 50% of vampire have memories under the age of 3.  At the age of 3 percentage is 23,75%, over 3 year old memory rises up to 26,25%

I asked vampires to try to  recall, from what age comes their earliest memory. Approximately in what age they where.

other answers(past lives etc)=1,25%

<1 year=15%

1 year=5%

2 years=28,75%

3 years=23,75%

4 years=11,25%

5-6 years=10%

over 6 years=5%
Vampires eye color chart.

eye char

Vampires had to choose what color are their eyes from the eye color chart or just choose what they think their color.
Here is the chart and also a chart about how melanin is distributed in different colored eyes and how genes affect our eye color.
Among humans most common eye color is brown, second most common is blue or gray. Rarest eye color is green. Yellow has considered to be very light brown color and black very dark brown color.
Numbers of pigment granules (melanin) affects your eye color, if there are lot of them, eyes are dark, if less, eyes are lighter colored.
Melanin protects us from UV-rays.

Photo-phobia, or light sensitivity, is an intolerance of light. Sources such as sunlight, fluorescent light and incandescent light all can cause discomfort, along with a need to squint or close your eyes. Headaches also may accompany light sensitivity.

Light-sensitive people sometimes are bothered only by bright light. In extreme cases, however, any light can be irritating. People with a lighter eye color also may experience more light sensitivity in environments such as bright sunlight, because darker-colored eyes contain more pigment to protect against harsh lighting.

Most popular eye colors was blue 25%, next came brown with 20%, hazel 19%, other colors(mixed etc) 14%, green 12%, gray 7%, yellow and black 1+1%.
In conclusion 64% of the vampires have light colored eyes, dark colored eyes have only 21% of the vampires and mixed colors (light+dark) have among 14% of vamps.
As over the half of the vampire community that answered had light colored eyes, it might affect the ability to stand UV-light, meaning light colored eyes are more affected by sunlight, making eyes hurt in very bright light. That`s why our eyes are more sensitive to sunlight.

Updated statistic:, some people have joined more.

Meaning most popular colors: brown and blue (22%).

Light colored eyes have 62% of vamps, dark colored eyes have 23% of vamps and mixed colors (dark+light) have 14% of vamps.

Green 11 12%
Yellow 1 1%
Black 1 1%
Hazel 18 20%
Blue 20 22%
Brown 20 22%
Red 0 0%
Gray 6 7%
Other (green+gold, gray blue hazel, multiple colors etc 13 14%

Limbal ring test

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A limbal ring is a dark ring around the iris of the eye. It is a dark-colored manifestation of the corneal limbus resulting from optical properties of the region.Some see it in their eyes in direct light, some in shadows.

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I have it 80 89%
I dont have it 6 7%
Other 4 4%

Arcus ring test

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eye4

Arcus senilis (or arcus senilis corneae) is a white, gray, or blue opaque ring in the corneal margin (peripheral corneal opacity), or white ring in front of the periphery of the iris. It is present at birth, but then fades; however, it is quite commonly present in the elderly. It can also appear earlier in life as a result of hypercholesterolemia. Arcus senilis can be confused with the limbus sign, which reflects calcium rather than lipid deposits.

It results from cholesterol deposits in or hyalinosis of the corneal stroma, and may be associated with ocular defects or with familial hyperlipidemia. It is common in the apparently healthy middle aged and elderly; a prospective cohort study of 12,745 Danes followed up for a mean of 22 years found that it had no clinical value as a predictor of cardiovascular disease.

It can be a sign of disturbance in lipid metabolism, an indicator of conditions such as hypercholesterolemia, hyperlipoproteinemia or hyperlipidemia.

Unilateral arcus is a sign of decreased blood flow to the unaffected eye, due to carotid artery disease or ocular hypotony.

People over the age of 60 may present with a ring-shaped, grayish-white deposit of phospholipid and cholesterol near the peripheral edge of the cornea.

Younger people with the same abnormality at the edge of the cornea would be termed arcus juvenilis.

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I dont have it 80 89%
I have it 8 9%
Other 2 2%

 

Heterochromia test:

Partly heterochromia

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One eye different from other, heterochromia

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I have only tiny part of heterochromia in my eye/eyes 10 11%
I have one eye with different color from other eye 1 1%
I dont have it 79 88%

 

Do you have central heterochromia (a yellow or other colored ring) around your pupil?

I asked vampires to choose yes answer, if they have yellow ring and if they have other kind of colored ring  then to write the color of it.

Heterocromia iris

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I dont have rings 39 43%
I have a golden/yellow ring 33 37%
Other 18 20%

Blood pressure test

I asked vampires to measure their blood pressure or  if they didn’t have the machine to measure it, to write proximately what was their latest blood pressure.

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I dont know 44 49%
Other 46 51%

Other=

Lower                                        Higher

<69= 30,56%                              <89=8,33%

70-89= 63,87%                           90-100=19,44%

90-100=   5,56%                         101-120=38,8%

over 100= none                         121-156= 27,78%

invalid=5,56%

 

 

 

 

The top number is your systolic blood pressure. (The highest pressure when your heart beats and pushes the blood round your body.) The bottom one is your diastolic blood pressure. (The lowest pressure when your heart relaxes between beats.)

The blood pressure chart below shows ranges of high, low and healthy blood pressure readings.

pressure

What blood pressure readings mean:

As you can see from the blood pressure chart, only one of the numbers has to be higher or lower than it should be to count as either high blood pressure or low blood pressure:

  • 90 over 60 (90/60) or less:You may have low blood pressure.
  • More than 90 over 60 (90/60) and less than 120 over 80 (120/80):Your blood pressure reading is ideal and healthy.Follow a healthy lifestyle to keep it at this level.
  • More than 120 over 80 and less than 140 over 90 (120/80-140/90):You have a normal blood pressure reading but it is a little higher than it should be, and you should try to lower it. Make healthy changes to your lifestyle.
  • 140 over 90 (140/90) or higher (over a number of weeks):You may have high blood pressure (hypertension).Change your lifestyle – see your doctor or nurse and take any medicines they may give you.

So:

  • if your top number is 140 or more– then you may have high blood pressure, regardless of your bottom number.
  • if your bottom number is 90 or more– then you may have high blood pressure, regardless your top number.
  • if your top number is 90 or less– then you may have low blood pressure, regardless of your bottom number.
  • if your bottom number is 60 or less– then you may have low blood pressure, regardless of your top number.

Ideally, we should all have a higher blood pressure below 120 and  lower over 80 (120/80). This is the ideal blood pressure for people wishing to have good health. At this level, we have a much lower risk of heart disease or stroke.

If your blood pressure is optimal, this is great news. By following healthy living advice, you will be able to keep it this way.
If your blood pressure is above 120/80mmHg, you will need to lower it.

Most adults in the UK have blood pressure readings in the range from 120 over 80 (120/80) to 140 over 90 (140/90). If your blood pressure is within this range, you should be taking steps to bring it down or to stop it rising any further.

Telepathy test.

Telepathy (from the Ancient Greek τῆλε, tele meaning “distant” and πάθος, pathos or -patheia meaning “feeling,perception, passion, affliction, experience”) is the purported transmission of information from one person to another without using any of our known sensory channels or physical interaction. The term was coined in 1882 by the classical scholar Frederic W. H. Myers, a founder of the Society for Psychical Research, and has remained more popular than the earlier expression thought-transference.

There is no scientific evidence that telepathy is a real phenomenon. Many studies seeking to detect, understand, and utilize telepathy have been carried out, but no replicable results from well-controlled experiments exist.

I asked vampires to try to make a mental connection with me. As I was thinking about a certain symbol every day until this test ended. I asked them to try with every power they have to connect with me and receive this symbol from my mind.  I wanted them to guess what is this symbol, the shape and the color and if you can the true meaning of it.

What I really was thinking of: blue moon with black triangle.

Meaning: door to the other worlds and into your unconsciousness.

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First: based on logic, I`m seeking to see if there are logical explanation behind it:

  • psychological (stress, depression). Maybe some.
  • common symbols in vampire culture etc (ankh was guessed 6 times)

No answers or claimed not to possess telepathy: 29

Correct answers:

Color:: purple (can be read as half correct) (4), light blue, bluish purple, blue (5), black (7).

Meaning: unity, higher power, gateway.

Shape:sphere/oval, circle (4) , triangel (16), tilted lines (can be read as half correct), shape or symbol made of two shapes.

Details: blood cells shaped things (craters), downward facing triangle, black background.

False answers:

Color:: golden (4), dark brown, red (6) , amber or dark yellow or yellow (2), white,green (3), maroon

Meaning:peace (2) , represents fire, represents wind, uncertainty, eternal life, learning through life or living, means psi, love, key of life,

Shape: pyramid, cross, multiple pointed star (2), square, galaxy, star, pentagram, square, diamond, heart

Details: trident symbol, plan flute, chess piece, spiral, Chinese or Asian character, ankh (6), lilith, Asatru triangles, spade, star of david, psi symbol, apple, crown.

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Psychic test guess what`s on the picture under this question, covered with black paint-processing

I asked vampires to guess whats kind of picture is under this black color, to describe the colors, emotions, shapes etc . All that they could sense from it.

First: based on logic, I`m seeking to see if there are logical explanation behind it:

  • psychological (stress, depression).
  • common symbols in vampire culture etc (none)

zeb

Picture what was really  under black color: lioness chasing zebra. Landscape, nature scene.

Colors: yellow, white, black, green, brown, golden. Emotions: thrill, fear etc.

Skipped test or didn’t wanted to answer: 24

Correct answers:

Color:: black(3), white (2) bright colors, golden brown, green, yellow, multicolored.

Shape: cat, figures, landscape (3).

Details nature scene, nature,  daylight,  field, golden brown grass, feline(cat), eye (2), horse (2) (can be read as half correct), movement, different eye colors.

Emotions/feeling: angry and sad(2) (can be read as half correct), movement, loss of something important, power, exhilarating.

False answers:

Color:: red(2), purple, blue (4).

Shape:rectangle, star, circle, broken heart, figure eight, squares.

Details: firework, reflection, woman(4), castle, water, mountains (2), lamp, graffiti, party, people, naked people cover with robes, trees(4), pine trees, blanket, person standing, angel sitting in corner, long hair, horns,serpent (2), dragon (2), wolf, man, bird, door, river, willow tree, dog(s) (2), house(2), hallway, spilled barrel, liquid, sunset, water, sea.

Emotions/feeling: smiling, cool feeling, happy, curiosity, healing, happiness, love, togetherness, unity, cheerfulness, happy.

Flexibility test (3 pictures below)

Flexibility refers to the ability to move joints through their entire range of motion, from a flexed to an extended position. The flexibility of a joint depends on many factors including the length and suppleness of the muscles and ligaments and the shape of the bones and cartilage that form the joint. Flexibility can be genetic, but it can also be developed by stretching.

When someone is very flexible it might mean  that they have hypermobility syndrome.

Hypermobility syndrome is generally considered to comprise hypermobility together with other symptoms, such as myalgia and arthralgia. It is relatively common among children and affects more females than males.

Most of the humans loose their flexibility by age. Vampires other hand are believed to keep their flexibility until death.

Phynx Cat commented: Don’t rule out mundane medical and/or dietary reasons for both parts of that statement. I can tell you with absolute certainty, that if a person gets an arthritic reaction to nightshade foods (wavewavewave, yes, me) that the joint mobility is QUITE impaired – from pain, if nothing else. Lemme tell ya, there’s nuthin’ like that feeling of 40 knives in a joint to make you not want to move it. 🙂 Staying away from nightshades, my mobility returns, as my body slowly gets rid of the effects. 

Causes of hypermobility:

  • The shape of the ends of the bones—Some joints normally have a large range of movement, such as the shoulder and hip. Both are ball and socket joints. If a shallow rather than a deep socket is inherited, a relatively large range of movement will be possible. If the socket is particularly shallow, then the joint may dislocate easily.
  • Protein deficiency or hormone problems—Ligaments are made up of several types of protein fibre. These proteins include elastin, which gives elasticity and which may be altered in some people. Female sex hormones alter collagen proteins. Women are generally more supple just before a periodand even more so in the latter stages of pregnancy, because of a hormone called relaxin that allows the pelvis to expand so the head of the baby can pass. Joint mobility differs by race, which may reflect differences in collagen protein structure. People from the Indian sub-continent, for example, often have more supple hands than Caucasians.
  • Muscle tone—The tone of muscles is controlled by the nervous system, and influences range of movement. Special techniques can change muscle tone and increase flexibility. Yoga, for example, can help to relax muscles and make the joints more supple. Gymnasts and athletes can sometimes acquire hypermobility in some joints through activity.
  • Proprioception—Compromised ability to detect exact joint/body position with closed eyes, may lead to overstretching and hypermobile joints.

Number 1

1Number 2

2

Number 3

3

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I can do all of them 26 29%
I can do 2 out of 3 33 37%
I can do 1 out of 3 19 21%
I cannot do them 12 13%

Color spectum test- processing

Our powers of color vision derive from cells in our eyes called cones, three types in all, each triggered by different wavelengths of light. Living among us are vampires with four cones, who might experience a range of colors invisible to the rest. It’s possible this tetrachromatic vision makes us see a hundred million colors, with each familiar hue fracturing into a hundred more subtle shades for which there are no names, no paint swatches. Most of vampire women and few men has total of four separate cones in their eyes making them see lot of spectrum’s, although some has only three like normal humans have. Here is a color spectrum test that helps to understand you what I mean. Lowest the results the better.  I asked vampires to write their score into the answer box. The color spectrum test: http://www.xrite.com/online-color-test-challenge

Cannot do it or skipped=10,26%

0=5,12%

1-9=25,64%

10-20=11,54%

21-30=15,38%

31-40=6,4%

41-50=3,8%

51-60=1,28%

61-70=0%

71-80=6,41%

81-90=2,56%

91-100=1,28%

>100=10,26%

Contrast test (picture below)

contrast test

Contrast sensitivity is a very important measure of visual function, especially in situations of low light, fog or glare, when the contrast between objects and their background often is reduced. Driving at night is an example of an activity that requires good contrast sensitivity for safety.

Even if you have 20/20 visual acuity, you can have eye or health conditions that may diminish your contrast sensitivity and make you feel that you are not seeing well.

Low contrast sensitivity can be a symptom of certain eye conditions or diseases such ascataractsglaucoma or diabetic retinopathy.

Changes in contrast sensitivity also can occur after LASIKPRK and other types of refractive surgery.

I wanted to check vampires ability to see in slightest light. Most of the vampires see these letter until almost the last one or until the end. I asked vampires before  taking this test to switch off all lights and move away 1-2 meters from their computer screen.

I can see see all 8 rows 20 22%
I can see only 7 rows 32 36%
I can see only 6 rows 25 28%
I can see only 5 rows 9 10%
I can see only 4 rows 4 4%
I can see only 3 rows 0 0%
I can see only 2 rows 0 0%

Hearing test low frequenzes :

I added warning to this test because high sounds can cause epilepsia or unexplained seizures, so some vampires where asked to skip both hearing tests.

Video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSkH45nGuM8

I asked vampires to set their volume to regular settings, as if their were watching any YouTube movie. To watch Hearing Test and listen very carefully using headphones. This time we where  concentrating on very low frequencies from 2 Hertz to 25 Hertz. At normal volumes, most of those frequencies are not audible so for them not to be  surprised when they dont hear nothing for a long time. If it did happen that they got through the whole test without hearing anything, to try  to increase volume and try it one more time. They should notice very faint sounds that are becoming more and more audible. The outcome of this test depends very much whether they used headphones or speakers. Only very good quality headphones where capable of reproducing low frequencies, if those where  tried. There are many variables outside of our control; therefore, the results are not going to be a 100% accurate.  I asked vampires to write their highest and lowest levels that they could  hear.

The lowest frequency that the human ear can hear is 20 hertz. Generally, a young, healthy adult can hear frequencies that range from 20 to 20,000 hertz. As a person ages, the range of audible frequencies narrows, with higher frequencies typically becoming more difficult to hear. Under ideal laboratory conditions, humans can hear sound as low as 12 Hz.

Several animal species are able to hear frequencies well beyond the human range. Some dolphins and bats, for example, can hear frequencies in excess of 100 kHz.

As many vampires have higher senses, this test was made to measure what is the lowest frequencies vampires can hear  via their computer, under unideal, meaning normal conditions.

Total number of vampires who skipped the test:27

Total number of vampires who did the hearing test:

Total range 2Hz-25Hz=25 individuals

3Hz-25 Hz= 6 individuals

4Hz-25Hz= 2 individuals

5Hz-25 Hz= 4 individuals

6Hz-25 Hz=1 individual

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LOWEST POINT:

2Hz=26

3Hz=10

4Hz=2

5Hz=4

6Hz=1

7Hz=1

8Hz=0

9Hz=1

10Hz=2

11Hz=0

NORMAL POINT:

12Hz=0

13Hz=0

14Hz=0

15Hz=1

16Hz=1

17Hz=0

18Hz=2

19Hz=0

20Hz=2

HIGHEST POINT:

21Hz=0

22Hz=1

23Hz=0

24Hz=0

25Hz=42

Hearing test different frequencies (video below) WARNING! If you have had epilepsy or unexplained seizures skip this test!- processing

I added warning to this test because high sounds can cause epilepsy or unexplained seizures, so some vampires where asked to skip both hearing tests.

Video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G60hM1W_mk#t=200

I asked vampires to set their volume to regular settings, as if their were watching any YouTube movie. To watch Hearing Test and listen very carefully using headphones.

This video`s audible frequencies are 20-30 hertz at the lowest side and 10-16khz at the highest side of the volume. Vampires usually have better hearing, meaning they can hear whole video or almost whole video from 16hz till 20khz.

There are many variables outside of our control; therefore, the results are not going to be a 100% accurate.  I asked vampires to write their highest and lowest levels that they could  hear.

Total number of vampires who skipped the test: 24

Total number of vampires who did the hearing test:

Total hearing area 0%

Best hearing area 20Hz-18khz= 3 persons, 20Hz-17khz=4 persons, 20 Hz- 16khz=6 persons.

LOWEST POINTS:

20Hz=23 points

30Hz=10

40Hz=3

50Hz=1

60Hz=0

70Hz=2

80Hz=0

90Hz=1

100Hz=2

200Hz=0

300Hz=0

400Hz=1

500Hz=0

600Hz=0

700Hz=0

800Hz=0

900Hz=0

1kHz =0

2kHz=0

3kHz=0

4kHz=0

5kHz=0

6kHz=0

7kHz=1

8kHz=0

9kHz=0

10kHz=1

11kHz=0

12kHz=1

13kHz=4

14kHz=8

HIGHEST POINTS:

15kHz=8

16kHz=11

17khz=5

18khz=4

19khz=2

20khz=1

 

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