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Re: Proof that precognition does not exist

That is unmitigated crap! Not only does precognition exist so do psychic powers.

For instance, if I focus real hard, I can make the last number on the digital clock at work progress by staring at it for about a minute.
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joebelanger wrote:
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Re: Proof that precognition does not exist

That is unmitigated crap! Not only does precognition exist so do psychic powers.

For instance, if I focus real hard, I can make the last number on the digital clock at work progress by staring at it for about a minute.


Personally, I prefer psychotic powers. Just like psychic, but with added violence.
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I have had plenty of proof that precognition does work. I am looking for the reason howit works.
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