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    Extra-Sensory Perception

    Wow. Maybe one element of the computer game F.E.A.R. is real. Well actually no ability to slow down time, but ESP reminded me a lot of FEAR. Developing Special Forces units to maximise their awareness? It's about as close as we're probably going to get, for now (although this was developed decades ago, maybe psychic commanders are real! heh) I apologize for some of the pages being tilted.

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    Do I even have to say it?

    "Astronomy offers an aesthetic indulgence not duplicated in any other field. This is not an academic or hypothetical attraction and should require no apologies, for the beauty to be found in the skies has been universally appreciated for unrecorded centuries."

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    What were you going to say? You didn't read the article, right?


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    I "pararead" it.

    "Astronomy offers an aesthetic indulgence not duplicated in any other field. This is not an academic or hypothetical attraction and should require no apologies, for the beauty to be found in the skies has been universally appreciated for unrecorded centuries."

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    the cartoon is funny...
    I don't know much about ESP and self hypnosis but I did do some research once on lucid dreaming which after practicing you can achieve some sort of similar effects.
    What draws me back is the mentioning of paranormal and para-physics. There is much highly respected medical and psychiatric work done on the subject but this specific article (true I didn't read it all) seem to deal more with bs and guesses then actual facts.


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    double post for some reason
    what about next time you bring an article that is not from nexus?


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    I was going to come up with something witty and ironic ... but really? Really, Max? How the fuck can you give this an iota of credence - it has formulas for Psychic energy in it for fuck's sake!

    The bibliography alone reads like a collection of bedtime stories for gravely mentally ill, and, this article's greatest contribution to humanity, if anything, is setting new records of gullibility. It's hogwash, stay the fuck away from that shit.

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    My remote viewing skills aren't up to par today so I had to dip my nose in that horse dung.
    My god! If someone wants to persuade people of this undiluted nonsense they are going to need better writing skills for a start.

    EDIT: Max, Brendan has just nailed you on the other thread - you ARE a decent troll.

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    Sorry, my regular telepath is on vacation, and the replacement isn't worth junk and couldn't even make out the title of this article. Said the print was too small.

    It'll have to wait until the regular one returns; his clairvoyance is much better. Then I could post a real comment, not this pathetic hand-typed note!


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    Lol, I just went through the film "The Men Who Stare at Goats" to make a vocab list for students. I shoulda just used this.




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