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Topic: Telepathy: the story of a synchronization, explained
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Fabrizio J Bonsignore

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Re: Telepathy: the story of a synchronization, explained
Posted: Feb 28, 2012 12:20 AM
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It is a lot of people implied in your story... But it is quite clear
your psychic is schizophrenic, you are a carrying field and some
people in the room were acting as anthena for him to *hear* something
about YOU. Once he *hears* something he tries to find out WHO IS
TALKING. He may be committing an identification mistake with genders
or is already adjusting, though discussing about numerology is not
exactly being very well adjusted unless it is demitifying it...
Basically you are not providing complete information... exact words
and phrases are important to see what he heard. Nor relative times
either... You mean the slip had already happened? When? Because if you
are told about an accident, think of it and the idea is transmitted,
others *hearing* are prone to CAUSE IT, just to comply. If the
accident had already occurred... he would be hearing the bounced
signal on YOU, or reflected on other people in the room. But it may be
he did **cause** it just by telling you! That at the end of the
conversation it was **blurted out** about the accident... can it be
faked for a while? Because it says that your interlocutor was also
*hearing* and was _reminded_. This is not a consultory! With enough
information we may be able to forecast which persons are proner to
hear voices and to hear of each other and how many are prone to go
into cline phenomena where one **version** will follow another in the
eyes of someone, or who will accumulate people, etc. You did not speak
of distances, phone calls may be to the next building or another
country, but I think the psychic was actually tring to locate someone
in the place.

>
> Dear Fabrizio,
> Please apply your mathematic to the following events. I have a number
> of people who would like an answer other than it being otherworldly.


Exactly what idea you have of mathematics? How many had an expression
in their faces and how many were just void? Then use common
statistics. Do you have pictures of faces and other data? Then we
might apply an equilibrium model to see how such particular system of
people would evolve, who would find whom again, who might follow
others, etc. Do you have a sociograph for the people implied? Then we
may identify other patterns and predict how they will evolve.
EVERYTHING in this theme is precisely saying it is NOT OTHERWORDLY. I
have not calculated it yet but a quick assessment once gave me over
720 different types of base schizophrenia. Which can then be ordered
in standard patterns of two to five people. And a few common themes...
before addressing other matters. Math has many faces actually, and one
of them is computing...

The girl I referred to may be a relative of MP and TA but also be
relative of PC (school mates). Some mathematics can justify to say
that some MP flew in TA with a PC and that was the message and
intention of the encounter! This is how Holmes in Doyle s thrillers
reasons and how some very schizophrenic brains DO communicate. A math
model can tells us what chances are there of this interpretation to be
real or spureous, how much information was needed to produce it and
other such characteristics for a general model, though in this thread
the point was to show that such encounters can be produced with
minimum points of control. I can _choose_ to investigate if any MP
used TA (or TWA) to fly with a PC (probably stolen) within such time
interval... or just let it be, and THAT is sanity indeed.

What did you expect to obtain with math? The psychic may not be
dangerous acting like this, but may be very dangerous if he keeps
informing of what he is not sure but CAN be produced through
mechanisms such as the self fulfilled prophecies, but mind that since
some people want to hide, uh, their condition, frauds are very common
and profitable for the real schizophrenics...

Danilo J Bonsignore


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