i have a question that i cannot figure out or find anywhere. In brs neuro page 207 it talks about caloric stimulation and past pointing. The previous section talks about postrotational testing. Spinning a person to the right causes slow eye movements to left ( VOR) and past pointing and falling to the right, which makes sense as i tried spinning around to the right and yes you do point to right and fall that way. however i dont understand the cold water caloric stimulation results- since cold water in the left ear for example simulate the same movments in that ear as happens in spinning to the right, therefore you have slow movements to the left with fast nystagmus to the right. which makes sense but then it says that upon caloric stimulation of the left ear you have past pointing to the same side(left) which makes no sense because if it is supposedly making the same changes as happense in spinning to the right why wouldnt you also past point to the right just like you do when you really do spin to the right? sorry not a great explanation but maybe some neuro guru out there can help me! id much appreciate it! thanks!