posted on Apr, 18 2008 @ 11:11 AM
Well, i have a few ideas on how this would occur that stand within the lines of 'normality', such as people playing practical jokes on one another,
or even going so far as to attempt to manipulate one another's psychology.
Of course, the difference between such covert subversion and playing practical jokes lie upon a thin line, so trying to tell the difference between a
practical joke and an attempt at subversion is nigh impossible if you don't know who is the 'joker'.
After all, it is indeed possible to attempt to change someone and then claim it was a practical joke once their scheme was figured out.
This makes it incredibly difficult for individuals to root out the perpetrators of such social dictatorships and back them into a corner whereby the
reality of the world can be brought down upon their minds like a sack of [profanity] - Naturally, Such Social dictators are deluded, and would like to
avoid having a Reality check at all costs.
Reality check in this instance being the fact that just because you can act as if you can control everything and everyone around you, doesn't
mean that you do - Social Dictators responsible for deluding themselves in such a way cannot understand the kind of change that goes on in
someone's head that would lead them into breaking the law in order to bring retribution.
They don't understand something they don't control, simply put.
Ahem, it seems i've gone off on a bit of a tangent here.
Well, the reason that i have that isn't within the boundaries of 'normality' lies within dimensional paradoxes - i suppose an explanation of this
simplified would be similar to having a Dimension made entirely of everything that exists within every other dimension being excluded from a Dimension
that was made entirely of nothing.
In otherwords, what i like to call a 'Strange and Magical Coincidence' - as in, something that happened in another dimension caused something in
this dimension to change.
Or, you know, it could've just been that they put down the wrong address and the person buying the book forgot about it.
[edit on 18-4-2008 by Anti-Tyrant]