posted on Jun, 7 2008 @ 01:13 AM
As we know, about 80-90% of our DNA is still unknown as to its purpose, thus being labeled "junk DNA".
I am also one that leans towards the idea that we only use a portion of our brain when engaging in conscious activity. If the immediate present (what
our senses pick up then filter through our mind as the "present") presents us with a "picture of reality"... all that is needed at the moment for
basics like survival and then for whatever activity we are engaging in...
What is mankind TRULY capable of?
We have various accounts of extraordinary folks able to engage in many, many different feats such as "superhuman strength" to lift rocks off of
people trapped underneath, people that can do crazy things with their minds (Einstein, Tesla, remote viewing, mathematics, religious stuff, etc.),
people that excel tremendously in their fields (Schumacher able to keep a steady heartbeat while hitting corners at high speeds), Michael Jordan (lol
you know what I mean!). There are many accounts throughout history of extraordinary people doing extraordinary things.
If one, or some, of the population of mankind are able to reach enormous potential (whether it be physical, mental, spiritual, etc.), does that imply
that WE are ALL capable of advances that the general public would deem extraordinary?
If our bodies can create the necessary power to lift heavy objects off of people that are trapped inside when the need is all encompassing... can this
be channeled by will? So that the extraordinary becomes accessible by will (and as we elevate closer to mankind's TRUE potential?
Just a thought...
Don't forget ya'll... despite all of mankind's apparent flaws, we are far more epic than those flaws united. For some reason we choose to live by