posted on Jul, 3 2003 @ 11:00 PM
Sorry if I worried anyone. One of my roommates moved out and took the phone/DSL line with him. We had a couple technical difficulties getting set
back up, but everything's fine now.
Thanks for passing on my okay-ness, DR. =)
I've got some catching up to do on this thread, but I wanted to pass on 1 interesting tidbit and also respond to DR's question below. Both are
Yes, I've had a sense of anxiety lately, along with a feeling of general wrong-ness. Reminds me of the way the air feels right before a big storm
hits...really heavy and still, but with an undercurrent of danger.
Now, the interesting tidbit.
At my day job, I have access to most of the mental health medical files in my city. This past week, I've been surreptitiously looking at files
specifically dated around 9/11/01.
9/11 itself wasn't too bad for inpatient admissions (though, according to one of the doctors I talked to, there was a huge amount of outpatient
activity, but that's to be expected in such a time of stress.) The interesting thing is that on 9/9 and 9/10, there was a big upswing of patients
admitted for suicide attempts, psychosis, etc.
There's normally a somewhat steady stream of patients admitted on a daily basis ... some days are busier than others... but there were a lot
of admissions on those two days.
Food for thought.
I'm going to catch up on the last few days now. =)
Originally posted by dragonrider
I think I did mention increasing seismic activity into the fourth... this will set up the scalar emissions that will have a dramatic effect on our
collective psyches, and will make it much more plausible to cause widespread panic if an attack takes place...
Just out of curiosity, anyone seriously have a feeling of foreboding, fear, or anxiety?