Famous neuroscientist proves telepathy!

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  1. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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  5. Dinosaur Rational Skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    From DaveC426913 Post #40
    When a person is too open minded, some brains can fall out & be replaced by trash.
     
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  7. birch Valued Senior Member

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    Telepathy is proven by astrology (mercury conjunct uranus etc) and just life experience. Hey, einstein even believed in astrology. Check it out. The great thing about einstein was he also knew the value of hunches, instinct, intuition and imagination as senses trying to get us to notice something that isnt screamingly obvious.

    Scientists will say one is just reading body language, tone of voice etc but people pick up on or intuit when not in physical presence and know in their gut etc especially with people close. Science sill say its a coincidence etc. It never ends.

    I would liken it to some unseen deeper connection on the quantum level. Well, could be in two places at once or whats connecting you. Just as a cell phone can connect two people why cant unseen particles that interact connect two people?? Is that soo farfetched?? I think not.
     
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  8. birch Valued Senior Member

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    The thing i find unbelievable often on this forum is how some scientists pretend they dont put on their pants one leg at a time like the rest of us mortals. Puleeze.

    Just as well, reality is not some black/white hermetically sealed, perfectly logical system that never leaks, transpose into etc. Life is messy. To pretend those grey areas dont exist or are not real is just as delusional and a farce. Dare i say, crackpottery itself on the other extreme end of the spectrum.

    Yeah, for sake of communication and to deal with most practical issues (generally) we must focus on the center, the known, most excruciatingly, redundantly obvious knock on wood, pink elephant in the room etc but we all 'know' thats not all there is. There are curves and bends down the road as well as expect the unexpected etc.

    We have all had times, for instance, where our logic failed but investigating our intuition or instinct was correct. On hindsight, it just gives you a wider glimmer of the real world and its possibilities as well as its creativity in even communicating to us or through us etc. 'All is definitely not what it appears to be' to the logical mind either or our eyesight. Interesting how our other (unquantifiable currently) senses can kick in to help us out. Existence is so complicated and multi-layered with so many possibilities yet to be discovered or even proven.
     
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  9. birch Valued Senior Member

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    If you think about how logic can limit at times, consider it is similar to programming and forms a set pattern/groove with certain expectations and processing. Think about what that program can entail such as imdoctrination, beliefs, culture amd even lies etc. Anyone just relying on that alone can be hit and miss.

    Now consider how just our entire selves full of living cells can pick up subtle cues, vibrations etc in our environment. Basically what is not picked up by hearing, touch, and sight. Thats the most obvious and the logical mind is most used to dealing with.

    But instinct and especially intuition is much more refined and hones in faster than the conscious brain. It doesnt necessarily mean that the logic is wrong, just can miss a piece that once put on its conveyer belt to process, the recognition and lightbulb goes off. Two different departments that can work together.

    How many times has one had a sense that, for example, something was wrong but couldnt explain why and better heed that urging welling in you while the brain is like i dont notice anything..yet. Logic and intuition arguing. Yeah, once you do, depending on circumstances, could be too little and too late! And how many times looking back on hindsight and analyzing (logical mind) that in those cases, defer to the instinct or intuition was correct and true. What a surprise! The more you hone and take it seriously, incorporate and respect it, the more arsenal you have. These are often what conventional people wonder why they seem or remark those who understand or aware of the value of instinct, hunches and intuition are lucky, just know, keen, in the right time and place, charismatic etc. They dont limit themselves to one source of info. Lmao
     
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  11. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Ha ha, Good one.
    It should also be noted that Mercury and Uranus is a toxic conjunction!

    How about this one:
    Since bigfoot exists it can be assumed that Pleiadians are visiting earth.
     
  12. kx000 Valued Senior Member

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    Telepathy is the realest thing except if your stuck in your mind and your pleasure sector is restricted by drugs making attainment of nirvana twice as impossible. All along me knowing that telepaths went without temptation to crimes that only a telepath experiences. Wizardry is based off knowledge and awareness not magic. Monkey see monkey do. But to be the wise one or the nature of fore certainty you were there for how. How is the creation, and the creator.
     
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  13. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    This is rhetoric.

    How are you going to defend your assertion that "Telepathy is the realest thing"?
     
  14. Dinosaur Rational Skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    From Birch Post #44
    Can you provide a link or a citation to this claim? I find it hard to believe.

    BTW: Does your keyboard provide for typing uppercase? Most folks capitalize names of people.
     
  15. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    I don't need to check it out: It's pure nonsense that you have just made up as is most of the fairy tales you have posted:
    With regards to Einstein though, perhaps you meant Sir Issac Newton.
    He also dabbled in Alchemy but that of course was the early 17th century.
     
  16. birch Valued Senior Member

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    One thing i will stress again is that its not people dont know where the defined lines of reality are, whats unproven etc. We just speculate beyond it which serves its own positive service kind of possibilities.
     
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