posted on Aug, 25 2015 @ 12:00 PM
a reply to: s1ngular1ty
I find your post quite interesting, which is why I am replying to it. A hive mind hypothesis is an interesting one, but obviously not proved by
biology or science.
I get the same feeling in my stomach just before a thunderstorm, this happened only a few days ago and I reflected on it and asked myself why. First
of all I understood the trigger for this, the change in air pressure, headache and ultimately the elephant in the room -; actually looking up at the
sky and seeing huge black clouds and noticing the increase in wind speed.
I sat there and realized that I wasn't going to be harmed by this at all, as i don't live outside obviously. But thought about what it meant. I put
this down to almost caveman like instinct and that primate fear that my ancestors would have felt that didn't have the shelter that we do now.
The point I am trying to make, is that I believe there is something to these feelings of dread that people have, but also there are simpler
explanations to these things. We need to look closer at our own emotional and mental states and the environment around us as a person, rather than
jumping to conclusions that a twist in your stomach means the end of times and humanity. To me that is a jump too far, this happens all the time on
ATS, we seem to take leap of faith on something very small to something as large as the end of times.
Apologies for rambling, and I do respect all your opinions, heck their yours not mind and we are all entitled to them, but it just seems that the most
simplest answer is usually the right one.