Xenosine was first discovered as an electromagnetic wave moving among atoms of matter. Prominently, it can be turned into vibrations via a speaker cone or transducer. In the case of humans, the resulting vibrations completing a cycle between 20 and 20,000 times a second (approximately) can be perceived through the mediums of air or water as sound by detection through an organ known as the ear. If the amplitude is sufficient Xenosine’s vibrations can also be perceived through somatosensory patterns on the skin surface. In addition Xenosine can generate light. One method is to use its electromagnetic waves as a means to accelerate and deflect electrons in a cathode ray tube television or oscilloscope. The resulting light can be seen by humans via a transducer that can be used for the conversion of patterns of light into neuronal signals (known as the retina). The lens of the eye focuses light on the photoreceptive cells of the retina, which detect Xenosine’s photons of light and respond by producing neural impulses.
While it is entirely possible for non-humans to perceive Xenosine in the previously mentioned methods, there is only observational evidence to suggest this. Similarly it is entirely possible that it can be perceived as sound moving through substances other than air and water. Additional research needs to be conducted in these areas to confirm such phenomena (hands up, anyone?).
Xenosine can be effected by environmental conditions. For example it can be triggered by acoustic vibrations (notably from a vibrating membrane set in motion by human kinetic energy (drum)).
Conjured from the mythic soul soup, Xenosine can illicit various reactions including, but not limited to, plessure, euphoria, transcendence, submersion, emersion, astonishment, fear, anxiety and pain. People exposed to Xenosine for extended periods have been known to express an underlying disaste for conservatism and routine. Some have come to the conclusion that reality outside of the radius of a Xenosinic site is irrelevent.
Xenosine is ever expanding like the behaviour of synaptic networks. Xenosine is infinite…