What happens to your body when you encounter the unknown?

A response from an audience member at MIT: When I encounter the unknown the first thing I notice about my reaction is my face. My eyes automatically squint a bit and I usually tilt my head up a bit. If the unknown seems threatening, I’ll feel a tightening in my chest and my arms will feel slightly lighter as I wait and continue to study the situation.

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