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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I would love to run some experiments on her. Why hasn't the government tried to steal her away yet la Drew Barrymore in Fire Starter?
    i would too, but no. being 7 with stuff hooked up to you? go to hell

    the ability in itself is not isolated to her...there are more than a few incidences on record of the exact same hyper-intuitive goodness...theres a video a middle aged man doing that same thing on national geographic...let me see if i cant find it

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    YouTube - Accidental Genius

    his ability is attributed to autism...Autistic Savant

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    YouTube - Accidental Genius

    his ability is attributed to autism...Autistic Savant
    There is actually no proof that this man is a genius. He could really just be lying about not actually calculating the numbers. There are various ways to calculate the days of the week. Calculating the day of the week - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I'm not saying that this man is lying, but someone obsessed with numbers could easily pass as an Autistic Savant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    There is actually no proof that this man is a genius.
    no, theres isnt.

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    Top three were indigo, lavender, and green. On another one that I ran across on a Google search, I scored highest in lavender. A lot of the descriptions for each color seemed to overlap, though. I guess that's why they say it's an example of the Forer effect. As soon as one of the color result descriptions mentioned clairevoyance, claireaudience, and clairesentience, I stopped reading. Are these people for real?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Top three were indigo, lavender, and green. On another one that I ran across on a Google search, I scored highest in lavender. A lot of the descriptions for each color seemed to overlap, though. I guess that's why they say it's an example of the Forer effect.
    Green children?I have to see this, it'll be hilarious.
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    ^^would kinda give new meaning to "cabbage patch kids."
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    Blue 11
    Lavender 11
    Indigo 11
    Violet 9
    Yellow 8
    Abstract tan 8


    Interesting test...

    As for the 'Indigo'children..I dunno what to make of that. It's an interesting concept. According to the test in the other thread I score 94 percent on it, but I do not identify with several of the qualifiers. I've met people that do fit the description and they're quite fascinating.
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    I came across this test which associated indigo children with starlight children. Star Light children apparently have alien ancestory....It was quite amusing taking the self test. I was crying with laughter at the end, because you guessed I'm a alien. I wish I had the link! Anyway every time I think of indigo children, I think of that survey.
    I'm a lavender, with abstract tan/indigo/crystal all equal after that -that makes me a murky purple...Purple's good, I like purple.
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    Default Geuss theres no better place then here for this.

    [YOUTUBE="nDgT1DcIW9k"]Puscifer-Indigo Children[/YOUTUBE]
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