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Street light interference, or SLI, is an alleged anomalous phenomenon where a person seems to turn off (or sometimes on) street lights, or outside building security lights, when passing near them.
Originally posted by Gazrok
Greetings fellow sliders!
Actually, this is a recognized (though not understood) phenomenon...
Google on "debbie the slider CNN" and you'll even find a CNN story on it. (though Debbie's case is very severe).
SLIDERs (Street Light Interference Data Exchange Receivers) is the hip term for it...
SLI phenomenon seems to be more widespread than most think.
I know all the canned explanations, but when you combine the street lights thing with other "symptoms", such as radio interference, inability to wear digital watches, etc. then you have to wonder what's going on.
(I can only wear a digital watch if it's one of those diver style ones, where the electronics are higher up in the watch, and not near the skin). Even then, they'll usually go crazy characters after a couple months or so (even if never going in water).
Originally posted by amc621
reply to post by Oozii
Another publication I suggest you read is "The Amazing Spider Man". There is a character there named Electro. You may have some of those same powers that just have not maifested themselves yet. As you see how often lights change in your presence you will learn if you are a real Electro or not.
Originally posted by MikeTheFrogg
I found a streetlight that was out and went on on me this morning, but there are 99,9 % chances it was nothing paranormal. Minutes of observation at a distance made it obvious that it was the bulb overheating or other electrical problem.