posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 03:09 PM
In one of the links, it is explained that a person in a lab began to react to being shown a grotesque image 6 seconds before being shown, and this is
used to prove a theory that global consciousness can predict an event.
I'm sorry, but EXPECTATION and PRESUMPTION cause the body to react and prepare. There is prior knowledge of what is about to happen, it is that
expectation that causes the physical reaction.
Like a baby holding their breath in a pool, natural physiological responses would register prior to an experience that the body is aware of, it
doesn't (in my opinion) lend any evidence to the idea of predicting an event that is not expected.
While it is fascinating, webbot can only tell us what people perceive, not what will actually happen. Thinking that something will happen, or fearing
it will, and that event actually happening are two very different things.
I do find this idea fascinating and will probably spend a bit of time researching webbot, but I do feel that there is possibly an element of
"selective hearing" going on, whereby those producing this data are only releasing it when they have an event to match it to.
On a side note, I do find it interesting that so many people are now suddenly becoming aware of something about to happen. From a personal
perspective, far more people I know are openly discussing what could be around the corner, often expressing their belief that some massive social
upheaval is on the way as a result of a genuine or manufactured attack/event.
Of course it might just be as a result of Russia becoming more prevalent in global news combined with uncertain times, and most immediately associate
the word Russia with Nuclear fears, which would lead to social upheaval no doubt.