Re: WTC event as a precipitating factor in anomalous REG datacollection?

From: Michael Wiik (
Date: Sun Sep 23 2001 - 15:23:24 MDT

Earlier I wrote:

> Perhaps scientists and people especially prone to demanding strict
> materialist reasons for everything exhude some sort of suppressor field.
> Or, perhaps more likely, they suppress something deep within themselves,
> within mental structures evolved over millions of years of evolution
> that are not yet revealed to science.

I dont have kids of my own so maybe parents can weigh in here. Sometimes
I get the impression that young kids are extremely psychic, or if not
'psychic', then aware of their surroundings in a very different way than
adults. Not just a difference in degree, but in kind. They of course
lose this as they are confronted with the harsh realities of life, and
we normally dont think of this as a loss. They don't have the language
skills to describe this nor the perceptual skills to realize that
grownups don't see the world in the same way, so recognition of this is

And of course parents discourage using this different perceptual view. I
recall one day on the DC metro (subway) this guy got into the car right
as the door closed and caught his foot for just a second. (The doors are
gentle and forgiving, like jesus). This real young kid said 'Daddy! I
have super-powers. I made the door close on that guy's foot'. Daddy
responded 'No, you don't son' and proceeded to explain how the door
mechanisms worked. Perhaps a better response would have been 'Yes you
do, son. But you must remember to always use your powers for good, and
never for evil'. I think the resulting increase in self-confidence would
result in a better potential future payoff compared to the dim chance
the kid would turn schizo or something.


Michael Wiik
Messagenet Communications Research
Washington DC Area Internet and WWW Consultants

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