posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 08:12 AM
I have been steadily thinking about this for a couple weeks now, but it is a pretty well known fact that the brain is a extremely powerful machine.
And that the response rate of it is outstanding. So my question is, what if all the murders and violent crimes that we see are actually the monsters
and creatures of myth and legend? But in that very instant, that fraction of a nanosecond that we first see it, our brain freaks out and goes into a
coping mode. It has been proven that the brain can cope with some very horrific events, making up fake events and/or people to help a person cope or
the brain will completely rid itself of the event entirely. I digress, so what if for a fraction of a nanosecond, girl A, lets say Sarah, was walking
down the street and you look over and you see her get mauled by, lets say a Wendigo, and at that same nanosecond your brain cannot cope with the fact
that a creature that, for all intents and purposes, "is not" supposed to be real, let alone alive, is chopping up a woman across the street. So when
you blink, you see a crazed hobo going Sweeney Todd on the lady. I know this is WAY out in left field but so was the theory of the Earth being round
back in the days of Homer and Hesiod. Just something to think about.
You lie and you don't even know!
edit on 12-7-2012 by stolski21 because: (no reason