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Realnoid

  • Commented on Who Got Fantasy in My Science Fiction?
    Some of the comments are impressive. Many seem convoluted and overdone. I've seen them before. Without wanting to I avoid sounding anything like them. Thank golly for that! I see an incredible amount of dancing around the question of telepathy....
  • Commented on Inverted realities
    Any truth to the rumor (not started by me I'm sure) that you and the actor Oscar Isaac share the same barber?...
  • Commented on Inverted realities
    I read a book version of Rapture of the Nerds. Loaded with typos. Your part of the book was preetty goud othervise.-/...
  • Commented on Inverted realities
    I have a blog that deals with what I think might be a separate species of human or human+++ above and beyond the deliberate right wing nonsense of Reptilian NWO conspiracies. And the key word there is deliberate. And no,...
  • Commented on Inverted realities
    And speaking of inverted realities, I noticed the bodywork similarities between Eva of Ex Machina and the girlbot on the recent edition of Stross's Saturn's Children. Is it an accident that Oscar Isaac looks like a younger in shape version...
  • Commented on Who Got Fantasy in My Science Fiction?
    You could have sourced similar language I used back to a YT video I commented on made by Michio Kaku. And yes, many of the other comments definitely are off the wall but that is to be expected given the...
  • Commented on Who Got Fantasy in My Science Fiction?
    Thomas Pynchon mentions psi in Gravity's Rainbow along with trying to predicting Hitlers moves via tarot, along with communicating with the dead as a serious area of esp-ionage. Pynchon is into science not SF but he mixes it up occasionally....
  • Commented on Who Got Fantasy in My Science Fiction?
    And golly, wasn't PKD heavily into psi?...
  • Commented on Who Got Fantasy in My Science Fiction?
    An indirect psi workaround *bypassing the brain*: extreme sleep deprivation overstimulates verbal centers in the brain causing people to hear their own thoughts as if out-loud (they aren't) enabling subvocalized thoughts to be reflected word for word in the vocal...
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