Tristan Glenn
Tristan Glenn voted up Angela Anthony's answer

I sure don't think so. It's really a mental disease. People "hoard" as a way to deal....or not deal....with elements of their lives. Hoarders grow so attached to their stuff, they can't fathom the idea of throwing anything out, even a piece of paper with mold, animal waste, bugs you name it all over it.

Tristan Glenn
Tristan Glenn voted up Tom Jackson's answer

Music tends to move me far too much---which is why I seldom
listen to it, especially classical music.

But it’s not the music’s fault just like it wasn’t the fault
of the wind in the example below:

You may have seen a video of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge (known
as “Gertie”---see the link) undulating until it collapsed.

-----The link … Read more

Tristan Glenn
Tristan Glenn voted up Didge Doo's answer

I can't answer your question -- though it's a fascinating analogy to draw --  but that link has some of the most extraordinary footage, and some of the most amazing information I've ever read. I'd never heard of Galloping Gertie and was unaware that a bridge had ever behaved, and finally disintegrated, in such a … Read more