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Originally posted by xynephadyn
An even more interesting thought...what if this whole- convert your TV Federal crap is nothing more but a scam to get everyone to "upgrade" to the types of TV that will program us.
What if now- in all TV's- we are being transmitted electronically either messages, microbots, subliminal receiving the NWO agenda. Totally possible- will the world ever be safe again?
Originally posted by nasacarl
I watch an our or so of Tv a day but i only like watching History/Discovery , then again i spend heaps of time on youtube. But its exercising your mind so its not really a bad thing , like playing video games.
Originally posted by nibirusight
It is caused by marijuana....either the male/female were high on it while they practiced sexual intercourse....
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
Let me get this straight... Becaue these kids are "unsociable" or whatever,I and everyone else is supposed to assume that it's a "disease?" Hmmm... That's the problem with psychology and psychiatry now. Everything is either labeled a mental "disorder" or disease.
We already have a society of walking zombies walking around from being over "medicated," and some want more... Interesting concept, but it's one that doesn't make much sense to me.
[edit on 28-2-2009 by SpeakerofTruth]
Originally posted by whoswatchinwho
In the past it has been thought that the autistic brain didn't process all the information that it takes in, under-processing. The thinking now is that it is actually over-processing....imagine you're driving down a motorway your brain takes in everything that you see, but most of it goes straight into the sub-conscious. In the autistic brain everything is processed and nothing goes to the sub-conscious, so there is so much information in it cause an overload an certain things shut down, to the point that they cant drive.
Read full articleContinue reading page |1 |2 |3 IMAGINE a world where every sound jars like a jackhammer, every light is a blinding strobe, clothes feel like sandpaper and even your own mother's face appears as a jumble of frightening and disconnected pieces. This, say neuroscientists Kamila and Henry Markram of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, is how it feels to be autistic. According to their "intense world" hypothesis, all of autism's baffling and sometimes incongruous features - social problems, language impairment and obsessive behaviour, sometimes allied to dazzling savant abilities - can be explained by a single neurological defect: a hyperactive brain that makes ordinary, everyday sensory experiences utterly overwhelming.
Originally posted by desert
reply to post by whoswatchinwho
Over-processing. Interesting. Would the intensity of motion (rocking, ex) or using a sense intensely (music, touching) help to stabilize this over-processing, make it more manageable? I wonder