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February 4, 2018

Example 10

You have more than five senses. You have somewhere between 9 and 21 senses.


There is no firm agreement among neurologists as to the number of senses because of differing definitions of what constitutes a sense. One definition states that an exteroceptive sense is a faculty by which outside stimuli are perceived. The traditional five senses are sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste, a classification attributed to Aristotle. Humans are considered to have at least five additional senses that include: nociception (pain); equilibrioception (balance); proprioception and kinaesthesia (joint motion and acceleration); sense of time; thermoception (temperature differences); and possibly an additional weak magnetoception (direction), and six more if interoceptive senses (see other internal senses below) are also considered.

One commonly recognized categorisation for human senses is as follows:

  • chemoreception
  • photoreception
  • mechanoreception
  • thermoception

This categorisation has been criticized as too restrictive, however, as it does not include categories for accepted senses such as the sense of time and sense of pain.


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February 4, 2018

Example 9

The Electric Sun/Electric Universe vs The Nuclear Star/Gravitational Universe theory


The Electric Universe

The Electric Universe theory highlights the importance of electricity throughout the Universe. It is based on the recognition of existing natural electrical phenomena (eg. lightning, St Elmo’s Fire), and the known properties of plasmas (ionized “gases”) which make up 99.999% of the visible universe, and react strongly to electro-magnetic fields.

In this day and age there is no longer any doubt that electrical effects in plasmas play an important role in the phenomena we observe on the Sun. The major properties of the “Electric Sun (ES) model” are as follows:

  • Most of the space within our galaxy is occupied by plasma (rarefied ionized gas) containing electrons (negative charges) and ionized atoms (positive charges). Every charged particle in the plasma has an electric potential energy (voltage) just as every pebble on a mountain has a mechanical potential energy with respect to sea level. The Sun is surrounded by a plasma cell that stretches far out – many times the radius of Pluto. These are facts not hypotheses.
  • The Sun is at a more positive electrical potential (voltage) than is the space plasma surrounding it – probably in the order of 10 billion volts.
  • Positive ions leave the Sun and electrons enter the Sun. Both of these flows add to form a net positive current leaving the Sun. This constitutes a plasma discharge analogous in every way (except size) to those that have been observed in electrical plasma laboratories for decades. Because of the Sun’s positive charge (voltage), it acts as the anode in a plasma discharge. As such, it exhibits many of the phenomena observed in earthbound plasma experiments, such as anode tufting. The granules observed on the surface of the photosphere are anode tufts (plasma in the arc mode).
  • The Sun may be powered, not from within itself, but from outside, by the electric (Birkeland) currents that flow in our arm of our galaxy as they do in all galaxies. This possibility that the Sun may be exernally powered by its galactic environment is the most speculative idea in the ES hypothesis and is always attacked by critics while they ignore all the other explanatory properties of the ES model. In the Plasma Universe model, these cosmic sized, low-density currents create the galaxies and the stars within those galaxies by the electromagnetic z-pinch effect. It is only a small extrapolation to ask whether these currents remain to power those stars. Galactic currents are of low current density, but, because the sizes of the stars are large, the total current (Amperage) is high. The Sun’s radiated power at any instant is due to the energy imparted by that amperage. As the Sun moves around the galactic center it may come into regions of higher or lower current density and so its output may vary both periodically and randomly.


The Electric Universe theory Wiki

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Example 8


Heliocentrism was suggested as early as the second century BC

Plutarch (c. 45-125) reports that Seleucus of Seleucia (born c. 190 BC) was championing the heliocentric system and teaching it as an established fact, in the second century BC (Seleucia was an important Greek city in Mesopotamia, on the west bank of the Tigris River). At that exact same time, however, Hipparchus of Rhodes (190-120 BC) reverted to the geocentric belief and was instrumental in killing the heliocentric idea altogether [cf. Thomas Little Heath (1861-1940)].

The idea was strongly suppressed by the Church for centuries. Reviving it took more than a little courage on the part of Copernicus and his early followers.

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February 4, 2018

Example 7

The Pledge of Allegiance was written by a socialist and inspired the Nazi salute.


Pledge of Allegiance, Francis Bellamy, Edward Bellamy

The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis). For more information visit, the site that archives the discoveries of the noted historian Dr. Rex Curry, author of the book “Pledge of Allegiance Secrets.”

Whitest Kids You Know: Pledge of Allegiance

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February 4, 2018

Example 6

The ‘Peace Symbol’ is actually an ancient sign for despair and death.

The peace symbol (also called the “broken cross,” “crow’s foot,” “witch’s foot,” “Nero Cross,” “sign of the ‘broken Jew,'” and the “symbol of the ‘anti-Christ'”) is actually a cross with the arms broken – DOWNWARD. It also signifies the “gesture of despair,” and the “death of man.”

“The Germanic tribes who used it attributed strange and mystical properties to the sign. Such a ‘rune’, in reverse is said to have been used by ‘black magicians’ in incantations and condemnations….To this very day the inverted broken cross – identical to the socialists’ ‘peace’ symbol – is known in Germany as a ‘todersrune’, or death rune. Not only was it ordered by Hitler’s National Socialists that it must appear on German death notices, but it was part of the official inscription prescribed for the gravestones of Nazi officers of the dread SS. The symbol suited Nazi emphasis on pagan mysticism.”

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Example 5

Is the year is 1821 not 2018?

The early Middle Ages (614-911 A.D.) never happened.

A few fringe professors have caused rumblings with their controversial claim that three hundred years of human history have been entirely made up. But why do they believe in phantom time, and how do they think it happened?

Do we live in the 18th century?

Phantom Time Hypothesis and other methodologies of empire building… by Vox.. State University of New York

The Phantom Time Hypothesis

Written by Alan Bellows on 04 October 2006

When Dr. Hans-Ulrich Niemitz introduces his paper on the “phantom time hypothesis,” he kindly asks his readers to be patient, benevolent, and open to radically new ideas, because his claims are highly unconventional. This is because his paper is suggesting three difficult-to-believe propositions: 1) Hundreds of years ago, our calendar was polluted with 297 years which never occurred; 2) this is not the year 2005, but rather 1708; and 3) The purveyors of this hypothesis are not crackpots.

The Phantom Time Hypothesis suggests that the early Middle Ages (614-911 A.D.) never happened, but were added to the calendar long ago either by accident, by misinterpretation of documents, or by deliberate falsification by calendar conspirators. This would mean that all artifacts ascribed to those three centuries belong to other periods, and that all events thought to have occurred during that same period occurred at other times, or are outright fabrications. For instance, a man named Heribert Illig (pictured), one of the leading proponents of the theory, believes that Charlemagne was a fictional character. But what evidence is this outlandish theory based upon?

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February 4, 2018

Example 4

We can only account for about 5% of matter in the universe


There are all sorts of theories and fancy terms for what scientists think the universe is made of. But the fact is they just can’t account for 95% of the matter that should make up the universe.

It could be said if scientists can only account for 5% of the physical universe, then they really only have 5% knowledge of everything.

Perhaps we are only smart enough to explain only that much of what we think exists around us.

BBC: Abandoning Dark Matter Theory? Most of Our Universe is Missing

Part 1 – Most of our Universe is Missing – BBC Horizon