Mathews Journal of Otolaryngology

Previous Issues Volume 3, Issue 1 - 2024

Sound-Sensitive Molecules

Myjkowski Jan*

Otolaryngology Clinic in Mielec, Poland

*Corresponding author: Jan Myjkowski, Otolaryngology Clinic in Mielec, Poland, Tel: 48-782449179, Email: [email protected].

Received Date: April 04, 2023

Published Date: April 18, 2023

Citation: Myjkowski J. (2024). Sound-Sensitive Molecules. Mathews J Otolaryngol. 3(1):08.

Copyrights: Myjkowski J. © (2024).


Humanity has been wondering about the mechanisms of hearing for over 2,000 years. Many theories have been developed trying to solve this problem. The organ of hearing is still the only sense organ that is not fully understood. There is no doubt that the truth about hearing is different from the one proclaimed by the orthodox theory of hearing under the name of Bekesy's traveling wave. In order to change the seemingly erroneous status quo in explaining the mechanisms of hearing, I propose to start an analysis of all the circumstances that appeared after the announcement of the traveling wave theory. A new picture of hearing is emerging, significantly different from that described in textbooks and numerous publications. Censorship by orthodox reviewers can no longer inhibit new knowledge about hearing. This paper indicates the gaps in the current hearing theory and presents a new philosophy of hearing.

Keywords: Sound Wave, Basilar Membrane, Natural Vibrations, Resonance.

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