Wednesday, September 15, 2004


Stresses destroy people’s ability to control and hamper time

`A human being is capable of changing and impeding time in an emergent situation, in a desperate attempt to stay alive. Nature provided incredible an ability to people, although one can use this ability once in a lifetime. [..] this so-called “time control organ” is always in action, the time of every individual changes, although only highly precise devices can register this change (an atomic clock or synchronized quartz resonators).’

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