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Do you have any sort of empirical evidence to back up the pineal gland thing?

I mean I loved the Movie From Beyond, with all of it's pineal gland sci-fi as much as the next guy. But in real life we are going to need something a lil more concrete.

That is a far cry from a device that seems basically to be a glorified lie detector as in this story.
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Here are a few to start...

New Crystal in the Pineal Gland:
Characterization and Potential Role in Electromechano-Transduction

[link to fedgeno.com]


THE PINEAL GLAND

A Neuroendocrine Transducer of Light Information
[link to www.photobiology.info]
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Thank you.

I only glanced them over for now. I will try to read them more in depth soon. But from what I saw I didn't see anything supporting telepathy or any other such new age beliefs. I did see what was to be expected, as far as melatonin synthesis and control of the sleep/wake cycle. So unless those are buried in there somewhere it wasn't exactly what I was looking for.
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Then when provided the info they say they don't have time to read it all and half ass it...just leave the animals alone people :P let them feed themselves!
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Geez, don't be a tool. I said I planned on further reading it, but gave my initial appraisal.
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oh for sure, this is definitely the mechanism of telepathy...

Our pineal gland and inner brain acts like a radio transmitter both SENDING and RECEIVING information from our environment (makes mind control from radio towers not seem so far fetched)...

I think this is why we can sometimes read thoughts, know a song on the radio before we cut it on, among many thousands of other things...

Its a beautiful world we live in...if only we could cut the negativity out! It becomes important to limit what we expose ourselves to on a daily, hourly, minute to minute basis...
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Do you have any sort of empirical evidence to back up the pineal gland thing?

I mean I loved the Movie From Beyond, with all of it's pineal gland sci-fi as much as the next guy. But in real life we are going to need something a lil more concrete.

That is a far cry from a device that seems basically to be a glorified lie detector as in this story.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257



Here are a few to start...

New Crystal in the Pineal Gland:
Characterization and Potential Role in Electromechano-Transduction

[link to fedgeno.com]


THE PINEAL GLAND

A Neuroendocrine Transducer of Light Information
[link to www.photobiology.info]
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Thank you.

I only glanced them over for now. I will try to read them more in depth soon. But from what I saw I didn't see anything supporting telepathy or any other such new age beliefs. I did see what was to be expected, as far as melatonin synthesis and control of the sleep/wake cycle. So unless those are buried in there somewhere it wasn't exactly what I was looking for.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Yea a lot of it is information about melatonin/sleep cycles, but read about the piezioelectric effect mentioned in some of them, this might get you thinking about some of the telepathic capabilities some claim the pineal gland gives us!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Here are a few to start...

New Crystal in the Pineal Gland:
Characterization and Potential Role in Electromechano-Transduction

[link to fedgeno.com]


THE PINEAL GLAND

A Neuroendocrine Transducer of Light Information
[link to www.photobiology.info]
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Thank you.

I only glanced them over for now. I will try to read them more in depth soon. But from what I saw I didn't see anything supporting telepathy or any other such new age beliefs. I did see what was to be expected, as far as melatonin synthesis and control of the sleep/wake cycle. So unless those are buried in there somewhere it wasn't exactly what I was looking for.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Then when provided the info they say they don't have time to read it all and half ass it...just leave the animals alone people :P let them feed themselves!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Geez, don't be a tool. I said I planned on further reading it, but gave my initial appraisal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Just being real hun...there are hundreds of books on this topic...if you look hard enough google can turn up amazing results...but you can't read and take everything to heart. Ask your highest self if the information is true...and you will know one day what to feel for when you are reading/see/hearing truth. The info is inside of you waiting for you to believe in it...that's all you really need...some faith.
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Do you have any sort of empirical evidence to back up the pineal gland thing?

I mean I loved the Movie From Beyond, with all of it's pineal gland sci-fi as much as the next guy. But in real life we are going to need something a lil more concrete.

That is a far cry from a device that seems basically to be a glorified lie detector as in this story.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257



Here are a few to start...

New Crystal in the Pineal Gland:
Characterization and Potential Role in Electromechano-Transduction

[link to fedgeno.com]


THE PINEAL GLAND

A Neuroendocrine Transducer of Light Information
[link to www.photobiology.info]
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Thank you.

I only glanced them over for now. I will try to read them more in depth soon. But from what I saw I didn't see anything supporting telepathy or any other such new age beliefs. I did see what was to be expected, as far as melatonin synthesis and control of the sleep/wake cycle. So unless those are buried in there somewhere it wasn't exactly what I was looking for.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Yea a lot of it is information about melatonin/sleep cycles, but read about the piezioelectric effect mentioned in some of them, this might get you thinking about some of the telepathic capabilities some claim the pineal gland gives us!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I'll be sure to do that.

And until I do I don't want to make (too many) uninformed statements. But I think that "getting me thinking about some of the telepathic capabilities" is a far cry from the scientific evidence of telepathic capabilities.
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oh for sure, this is definitely the mechanism of telepathy...

Our pineal gland and inner brain acts like a radio transmitter both SENDING and RECEIVING information from our environment (makes mind control from radio towers not seem so far fetched)...

I think this is why we can sometimes read thoughts, know a song on the radio before we cut it on, among many thousands of other things...

Its a beautiful world we live in...if only we could cut the negativity out! It becomes important to limit what we expose ourselves to on a daily, hourly, minute to minute basis...
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Do you have any sort of empirical evidence to back up the pineal gland thing?

I mean I loved the Movie From Beyond, with all of it's pineal gland sci-fi as much as the next guy. But in real life we are going to need something a lil more concrete.

That is a far cry from a device that seems basically to be a glorified lie detector as in this story.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


It's not hard to put google to work on topic like this and find that it goes far deeper then some Sci Fi....get it together people...if you don't understand...research...then come back with your own findings and ideas....gotta be hand fed everything! Geez!
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Research into things like this with google will lead you to sites like GLP and new age spirituality sites. Not exactly what I'm looking for as far as hard scientific evidence.
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Hard scientific evidence?......They will never provide it.
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They have been developing and trying to perfect this for years, in places like Area 51, Dugway and Pine Gap. I can't even fathom what they're capable of today. Mad Scientists, literally.
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They = scientists
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I seem to recall reading somewhere that the latest fighter jet pilots have a similar device by which they control the jets as their thoughts are quicker than their reflexes. Or something along those lines.
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Thank you.

I only glanced them over for now. I will try to read them more in depth soon. But from what I saw I didn't see anything supporting telepathy or any other such new age beliefs. I did see what was to be expected, as far as melatonin synthesis and control of the sleep/wake cycle. So unless those are buried in there somewhere it wasn't exactly what I was looking for.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Then when provided the info they say they don't have time to read it all and half ass it...just leave the animals alone people :P let them feed themselves!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Geez, don't be a tool. I said I planned on further reading it, but gave my initial appraisal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Just being real hun...there are hundreds of books on this topic...if you look hard enough google can turn up amazing results...but you can't read and take everything to heart. Ask your highest self if the information is true...and you will know one day what to feel for when you are reading/see/hearing truth. The info is inside of you waiting for you to believe in it...that's all you really need...some faith.
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You were still kinda being a tool.

Highest self? I only have one "self". So I don't see what that is supposed to mean.

Further I'm not putting stock in faith, but science, facts, and evidence.

But lets look at the first page of results when googling "pineal gland telepathy"

"ourultimatereality.com" Haha.... no.

"hiddenlighthouse.wordpress.com" Still New Agey, pass.

"resistance2010.com" Ditto, pass

"members.upnaway.com" This one I clicked on. No evidence given

"mysticbanana.com" ....HAHAHAHAHAHA Nope.

"bethcoleman.net" This one I clicked on also. Got pretty much no science. Got a lot of info on chakras, pass.

" [link to amonakur.tumblr.com"] I clicked on this one also. It gave some half-assed excuses why there isn't any scientific evidence for telepathy.
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I seem to recall reading somewhere that the latest fighter jet pilots have a similar device by which they control the jets as their thoughts are quicker than their reflexes. Or something along those lines.
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Interesting! I wouldn't be surprised at all! Kind of like the google car that can "see" your next turn before you make it!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Do you have any sort of empirical evidence to back up the pineal gland thing?

I mean I loved the Movie From Beyond, with all of it's pineal gland sci-fi as much as the next guy. But in real life we are going to need something a lil more concrete.

That is a far cry from a device that seems basically to be a glorified lie detector as in this story.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


It's not hard to put google to work on topic like this and find that it goes far deeper then some Sci Fi....get it together people...if you don't understand...research...then come back with your own findings and ideas....gotta be hand fed everything! Geez!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Research into things like this with google will lead you to sites like GLP and new age spirituality sites. Not exactly what I'm looking for as far as hard scientific evidence.
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Hard scientific evidence?......They will never provide it.
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Well hard scientific evidence is what I need to believe in... well... anything.
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It's not hard to put google to work on topic like this and find that it goes far deeper then some Sci Fi....get it together people...if you don't understand...research...then come back with your own findings and ideas....gotta be hand fed everything! Geez!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Research into things like this with google will lead you to sites like GLP and new age spirituality sites. Not exactly what I'm looking for as far as hard scientific evidence.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Hard scientific evidence?......They will never provide it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20793638


Well hard scientific evidence is what I need to believe in... well... anything.
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I think they can co-exist ;)


"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."

Albert Einstein
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Research into things like this with google will lead you to sites like GLP and new age spirituality sites. Not exactly what I'm looking for as far as hard scientific evidence.
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Hard scientific evidence?......They will never provide it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20793638


Well hard scientific evidence is what I need to believe in... well... anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


I think they can co-exist ;)


"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."

Albert Einstein
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Which is a fine way of thinking.

But there are many of us who do not operate in such a way where we can override our brains with "belief". Even if it was something that I would want to believe in.

For example the afterlife. Not dying would be great. I would want that more than anything in the world. But no matter how I try to force myself to believe in it, no matter how much I want it, I don't. I just lack the evidence.

It is like when people try to talk to me about converting to a religion. They think there is a Jesus switch I can flick and I'll just instantly believe.

It doesn't work like that.
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Hard scientific evidence?......They will never provide it.
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Well hard scientific evidence is what I need to believe in... well... anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


I think they can co-exist ;)


"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."

Albert Einstein
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Which is a fine way of thinking.

But there are many of us who do not operate in such a way where we can override our brains with "belief". Even if it was something that I would want to believe in.

For example the afterlife. Not dying would be great. I would want that more than anything in the world. But no matter how I try to force myself to believe in it, no matter how much I want it, I don't. I just lack the evidence.

It is like when people try to talk to me about converting to a religion. They think there is a Jesus switch I can flick and I'll just instantly believe.

It doesn't work like that.
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lol I don't believe in religion. I'm not trying to convince anyone of a particular God...as it think everything exists, and doesn't exist at the same time...its a weird balance of a virtual reality and the ability of our minds to create what we want to hear/see...

Its all a matter of perception...while there are scientific universal natural laws (that can be applied in human anatomy), it still ultimately comes up to the human mind to create/destroy anything and everything we see an know as our world...God or no God...its still there.


Which leads me in the idea that there might be a higher power...whether or not it makes you feel that way is totally your perception :)

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"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Well hard scientific evidence is what I need to believe in... well... anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


I think they can co-exist ;)


"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."

Albert Einstein
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Which is a fine way of thinking.

But there are many of us who do not operate in such a way where we can override our brains with "belief". Even if it was something that I would want to believe in.

For example the afterlife. Not dying would be great. I would want that more than anything in the world. But no matter how I try to force myself to believe in it, no matter how much I want it, I don't. I just lack the evidence.

It is like when people try to talk to me about converting to a religion. They think there is a Jesus switch I can flick and I'll just instantly believe.

It doesn't work like that.
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lol I don't believe in religion. I'm not trying to convince anyone of a particular God...as it think everything exists, and doesn't exist at the same time...its a weird balance of a virtual reality and the ability of our minds to create what we want to hear/see...

Its all a matter of perception...while there are scientific universal natural laws (that can be applied in human anatomy), it still ultimately comes up to the human mind to create/destroy anything and everything we see an know as our world...God or no God...its still there.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I don't quite understand what you mean. I don't see how our minds can do that.

As far as I've seen we are pretty much irrelevant, and reality goes on regardless of us rather than because of us.
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Then when provided the info they say they don't have time to read it all and half ass it...just leave the animals alone people :P let them feed themselves!
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Geez, don't be a tool. I said I planned on further reading it, but gave my initial appraisal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Just being real hun...there are hundreds of books on this topic...if you look hard enough google can turn up amazing results...but you can't read and take everything to heart. Ask your highest self if the information is true...and you will know one day what to feel for when you are reading/see/hearing truth. The info is inside of you waiting for you to believe in it...that's all you really need...some faith.
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You were still kinda being a tool.

Highest self? I only have one "self". So I don't see what that is supposed to mean.

Further I'm not putting stock in faith, but science, facts, and evidence.

But lets look at the first page of results when googling "pineal gland telepathy"

"ourultimatereality.com" Haha.... no.

"hiddenlighthouse.wordpress.com" Still New Agey, pass.

"resistance2010.com" Ditto, pass

"members.upnaway.com" This one I clicked on. No evidence given

"mysticbanana.com" ....HAHAHAHAHAHA Nope.

"bethcoleman.net" This one I clicked on also. Got pretty much no science. Got a lot of info on chakras, pass.

" [link to amonakur.tumblr.com"] I clicked on this one also. It gave some half-assed excuses why there isn't any scientific evidence for telepathy.
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One of the first thing I told you about google is you would have to look hard...the first thing you do is come here and copy and paste the first few links from the first page of results...is that how you define looking hard and doing research?
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Geez, don't be a tool. I said I planned on further reading it, but gave my initial appraisal.
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Just being real hun...there are hundreds of books on this topic...if you look hard enough google can turn up amazing results...but you can't read and take everything to heart. Ask your highest self if the information is true...and you will know one day what to feel for when you are reading/see/hearing truth. The info is inside of you waiting for you to believe in it...that's all you really need...some faith.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


You were still kinda being a tool.

Highest self? I only have one "self". So I don't see what that is supposed to mean.

Further I'm not putting stock in faith, but science, facts, and evidence.

But lets look at the first page of results when googling "pineal gland telepathy"

"ourultimatereality.com" Haha.... no.

"hiddenlighthouse.wordpress.com" Still New Agey, pass.

"resistance2010.com" Ditto, pass

"members.upnaway.com" This one I clicked on. No evidence given

"mysticbanana.com" ....HAHAHAHAHAHA Nope.

"bethcoleman.net" This one I clicked on also. Got pretty much no science. Got a lot of info on chakras, pass.

" [link to amonakur.tumblr.com"] I clicked on this one also. It gave some half-assed excuses why there isn't any scientific evidence for telepathy.
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One of the first thing I told you about google is you would have to look hard...the first thing you do is come here and copy and paste the first few links from the first page of results...is that how you define looking hard and doing research?
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Just a little more knowledge for you...as it's been known for as long as I can remember...it's proven that a human uses only 10% of his brain...what do you think all that other 90% is for? Raise your vibration and look with-in.
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Cool, can they clean out the cobwebs while they're at it!
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I am not surprised. I know they've been playing around with signals and different frequencies for a while.
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I am not surprised. I know they've been playing around with signals and different frequencies for a while.
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HAARP and satilites I've heard of. Anything else you know of?
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I seem to recall reading somewhere that the latest fighter jet pilots have a similar device by which they control the jets as their thoughts are quicker than their reflexes. Or something along those lines.
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I have heard of this too, but this is all scientific technology. Seems like they are testing on video game users, and if it is technology there using to read your thoughts, then the brain can be hacked.

[link to www.foxnews.com]

Sorry, for the fox news reference but remember hearing this at work.
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Just being real hun...there are hundreds of books on this topic...if you look hard enough google can turn up amazing results...but you can't read and take everything to heart. Ask your highest self if the information is true...and you will know one day what to feel for when you are reading/see/hearing truth. The info is inside of you waiting for you to believe in it...that's all you really need...some faith.
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You were still kinda being a tool.

Highest self? I only have one "self". So I don't see what that is supposed to mean.

Further I'm not putting stock in faith, but science, facts, and evidence.

But lets look at the first page of results when googling "pineal gland telepathy"

"ourultimatereality.com" Haha.... no.

"hiddenlighthouse.wordpress.com" Still New Agey, pass.

"resistance2010.com" Ditto, pass

"members.upnaway.com" This one I clicked on. No evidence given

"mysticbanana.com" ....HAHAHAHAHAHA Nope.

"bethcoleman.net" This one I clicked on also. Got pretty much no science. Got a lot of info on chakras, pass.

" [link to amonakur.tumblr.com"] I clicked on this one also. It gave some half-assed excuses why there isn't any scientific evidence for telepathy.
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One of the first thing I told you about google is you would have to look hard...the first thing you do is come here and copy and paste the first few links from the first page of results...is that how you define looking hard and doing research?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Just a little more knowledge for you...as it's been known for as long as I can remember...it's proven that a human uses only 10% of his brain...what do you think all that other 90% is for? Raise your vibration and look with-in.
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The 10% of your brain thing is a myth:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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You were still kinda being a tool.

Highest self? I only have one "self". So I don't see what that is supposed to mean.

Further I'm not putting stock in faith, but science, facts, and evidence.

But lets look at the first page of results when googling "pineal gland telepathy"

"ourultimatereality.com" Haha.... no.

"hiddenlighthouse.wordpress.com" Still New Agey, pass.

"resistance2010.com" Ditto, pass

"members.upnaway.com" This one I clicked on. No evidence given

"mysticbanana.com" ....HAHAHAHAHAHA Nope.

"bethcoleman.net" This one I clicked on also. Got pretty much no science. Got a lot of info on chakras, pass.

" [link to amonakur.tumblr.com"] I clicked on this one also. It gave some half-assed excuses why there isn't any scientific evidence for telepathy.
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One of the first thing I told you about google is you would have to look hard...the first thing you do is come here and copy and paste the first few links from the first page of results...is that how you define looking hard and doing research?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Just a little more knowledge for you...as it's been known for as long as I can remember...it's proven that a human uses only 10% of his brain...what do you think all that other 90% is for? Raise your vibration and look with-in.
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The 10% of your brain thing is a myth:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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Last line from link that they used to sum it all up: "Ultimately, it's not that we use 10 percent of our brains, merely that we only understand about 10 percent of how it functions." With that being said...having close to no understanding of how it works at all...these guys know for fact we are using all 100%.
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One of the first thing I told you about google is you would have to look hard...the first thing you do is come here and copy and paste the first few links from the first page of results...is that how you define looking hard and doing research?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Just a little more knowledge for you...as it's been known for as long as I can remember...it's proven that a human uses only 10% of his brain...what do you think all that other 90% is for? Raise your vibration and look with-in.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


The 10% of your brain thing is a myth:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Last line from link that they used to sum it all up: "Ultimately, it's not that we use 10 percent of our brains, merely that we only understand about 10 percent of how it functions." With that being said...having close to no understanding of how it works at all...these guys know for fact we are using all 100%.
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With imaging technology they can view the brain not unlike a thermal image. With noting how each portion of the brain becomes "hot" with various functions they can tell that we use our entire brain.
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Just a little more knowledge for you...as it's been known for as long as I can remember...it's proven that a human uses only 10% of his brain...what do you think all that other 90% is for? Raise your vibration and look with-in.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


The 10% of your brain thing is a myth:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Last line from link that they used to sum it all up: "Ultimately, it's not that we use 10 percent of our brains, merely that we only understand about 10 percent of how it functions." With that being said...having close to no understanding of how it works at all...these guys know for fact we are using all 100%.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


With imaging technology they can view the brain not unlike a thermal image. With noting how each portion of the brain becomes "hot" with various functions they can tell that we use our entire brain.
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I seen something on this too, I forget the show but were were speaking of religion and this show was asking individuals about God and would watch the brain, and showed area's getting "hot" it was pretty interesting
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yup!
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Can A Satellite Read Your Thoughts? - Plasma Antennas And The Binding Problem
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Can A Satellite Read Your Thoughts? - Shielding, The Experiments Part Two
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One of the first thing I told you about google is you would have to look hard...the first thing you do is come here and copy and paste the first few links from the first page of results...is that how you define looking hard and doing research?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


Just a little more knowledge for you...as it's been known for as long as I can remember...it's proven that a human uses only 10% of his brain...what do you think all that other 90% is for? Raise your vibration and look with-in.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


The 10% of your brain thing is a myth:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22218257


Last line from link that they used to sum it all up: "Ultimately, it's not that we use 10 percent of our brains, merely that we only understand about 10 percent of how it functions." With that being said...having close to no understanding of how it works at all...these guys know for fact we are using all 100%.
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Ever seen the movie Limitless!? :) Guy takes a pill that gives him 100% function of his brain...he can remember anything/everything he has encountered in the past!
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I am not surprised. I know they've been playing around with signals and different frequencies for a while.
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HAARP and satilites I've heard of. Anything else you know of?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10883673


GWEN towers, ELF towers (maybe?), I feel they can sometimes use some of the technology in cell phones (but that at times seems far fetched)...I'm VERY EMF sensitive so I try to stay away from any kind of wireless/electronic frequencies (as I type on the computer)...I use grounding mats and all kinds of stuff at work to make sure I get rid of some of the excess radiation - doesn't mean its puts up a shield from the mind reading stuff. I try not to focus on it too much because I could drive even the sanest person somewhat crazy!

Last Edited by MissionInvisible on 08/29/2012 09:12 AM
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