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I'm not so sure it's not telepathy, Michael. Or rather, I think it demonstrates the mechanism of how telepathy might work in certain circumstances. There is evidence (which I can't cite offhand) to suggest that brainwaves generalise when people are in each other's company. This means that their state of mind (mood) will eventually become uniform - hence some people bring us 'up' while others bring us 'down'. Also, it's common, for instance, among married couples to think the same thought and/or begin the same sentence at the same time.

Your right, Michael. This isn't "telepathy," but it's as close as a materialist can get to that notion. I just wish they would stop using terms from psi to describe a non-psi phenomena. It just confuses things. I guess suggesting a supernatural breakthrough gets people interested. I'm sure that if they had said something like, "Physicist sends electrical pulses between brains" it might have gotten a yawn. It's like when physicists predicted the Higgs Boson and they deemed it the "God Particle." Maybe they can make a discovery where they can work more Dieties into their announcements: "Have scientists discovered the Jesus gene?"

Totally not related, a FB friend of mine sent me this link

Thought it might be of interest

[Don't believe everything you read online. Here's what World News Daily says about itself: "World News Daily Report is a news and political satire web publication, which may or may not use real names, often in semi-real or mostly fictitious ways. All news articles contained within are fiction, and presumably fake news. Any resemblance to the truth is purely coincidental, except for all references to politicians and/or celebrities, in which case they are based on real people, but still based almost entirely in fiction." - MP. Link to WND disclaimer: ]

Regarding WND article... why would they do that? I mean is not even funny, they're just deliberately misinforming people... what for? Jeez...

"Regarding WND article... why would they do that?"

To get clicks, which increase their ad revenue. That's the whole reason.

HaHa Ty Micheal...

This was forwarded to me in email, I should have read more than just the body before relinking.


What about this, since we are the topic, sorta:

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