Skyrim bouncing objects?

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janen

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Hi

I have a very unusual problem it seems because I cant find a single thread about it, but here goes.
When I am inside a building, where there are people, objects in the room "shake" and make sounds since they shake against tables, bookshelfs and such. This only happens when I dont look directy at the items..? :) When I have my back against a table I hear the rattle, then I turn around it stops. This happens when a NPC sits down near the objects, so they "push" away from the NPC. I know this because when I lift something up and try to place it on their head, it flys away in amazing speeds. Once, I entered a room, and a frying pan came flying right at my and took a big chunk of health away from my bar ^^

It is a very wierd problem, I have not found a single thread about it and not a single mention about in from Bethesda.

Anyone have any idea? Playing on a Intel i7 960, Geforce 580GTX, 6gb ram and windows 7 64-bit.

Thanks!
 
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i also play skyrim and have also encountered this too, its nothing to do with me and you i think its just a bug in the game, seems you have it worse than me though
 
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I must be a haunted house a secret Bethesda 'ghost' script. lol

jk
Sounds like a bug though, like the paint brush glitch in Oblivion. (unfixed by Bethesda)
(paint brushes were immune to physics, so you could make bridges and steps with them)

Actually a static object taking a way your health when it lands on you?
In Oblivion only weapons and spells could do that (and traps) random static didn't do any damage. It must be on a glitch some how xO or an unfinished/started quest
 
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