The facts say you're wrong.
It doesn't change the fact that he's a loon.
You're lying again.
No he didn't.
He faked all of his results.
What you actually mean is "They both made up, or imagined, similar types of sh*t".
That would be false.
Or he could have been completely deluded.
Or a bare-faced fraud.
Cayce was another delusional fraud.
The only "gift" he had was luck in finding so...
Believe what you like.
It doesn't alter the fact that you're wrong.
Nope, you appear to have covered all the junk in that post.
We still don't need to.
To paraphrase: that quote doesn't mean what you (apparently) think it means.
It's certainly one way of thinking.
Unfortunately it's not - so far as can be ascertained - a valid one.
"Fundamental energy" is a made up term that...
That's not the conclusion made by science.
How, exactly, did you decide that it is "the most accurate conclusion"?
I don't watch CNN.
I don't have a TV.
I've read much by Greer. He's a nutcase.
Nothing about a possible IQ increase and, more pertinently, nothing that corroborates the two specific claims about individuals.
Greer is a nutcase.
Since you have - numerous times - indicated a belief in "god" then you are, by definition a theist.
In other words the IQ claims are unsubstantiated.
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