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1. ## Cats tell future?

A few years ago, I was at my folks' house while they were out for the evening. They would usually get home around the same time, and their cat would usually jump up on the table and "wait" to greet them a few minutes before that time. On one occasion, when the cat appeared, I looked at the clock and realized it was about an hour later than their usual time, but the cat somehow still knew. It was close to ten minutes between the time the cat would jump on the table and the time they'd arrive. Now, chalk it up to the cat just having super-sensitive smelling or hearing, but 7 or 8 minutes, travelling at highway speeds in a car...this puts them miles away, and I thought there was no way the cat could have known they were coming unless it had some sort of...well, extrasensory data coming in somehow. With that in mind, I naturally want to bring my cat to Vegas so it can pick winners for me. But seriously, what are your thoughts on cat's (or any animal's) ability to "sense" things? It seems to be pretty well-documented that they are portents of storms, earthquakes, natural disasters, etc. Could we harness this power for our own selfish gain? Would knowing the near future change it in this case, or in any case?
2. ## "Agreeing" with interdimensional counterparts

\"Agreeing\" with interdimensional counterparts Say that all possibilities exist concurrently, running side-by-side (so to speak), unable to detect or affect one another's existence. The Joe Smith living in this reality, even if he presumes there is a Joe Smith living in several other realities, doesn't have the first clue on how to punch through the pressboard and shout a warning to his counterpart: "Don't marry your high school sweetheart," or "Bet on Green Bay!" But, if all realities do exist, then there is another me sitting in a parallel universe typing this very thing at this very moment, only his sweater is green, not white (and he types "his sweater is ________, not green"). Get the picture? There are gazillions of realities, but a fraction of those contain like-minded, nearly identical individuals -- the same individual, for all intents and purposes, who, once one of them decides he would like to coordinate with the others, can reasonably assume that the rest of "him" will too. So, what do they want to do together? How can they use their collective wills to conjure up the solution to all of their problems? Should they all wish to win the lottery? Surely one of them has already, so he may have no interest in monkeying around with the timeline, and drag his situation down to the level of his less-fortunate multi-buddies. That brings up the next question: if all of the realities run concurrently, how could it affect the past for any of them? If I did somehow punch through and yell "Bet on Green Bay" to one of the other "me"s, he would just yell back, "That was weeks ago, dummy!" So we'd have to coordinate mentally with Joe Smiths whose timeline was altered in some way; time for him was slowed down. The world he lives in never invented daylight savings time, or some freak astronomical anomaly made the Earth spin more slowly, or everybody is on ludes. It would be almost like making a note to my future self to drop a garbage can on the head of my pursuer, then it just happens. So far, nothing like that has happened, mainly because I don't know how to go back in time. But, if inter-dimensional travel can at least be attained through sheer will power and concentration, at least that's a step in the right direction.
3. ## Titor and Ft. Hood shootings?

I've been glued to the TV and Internet for the past couple of hours because of the shooting at Fort Hood, Texas today. Some of the freakos on a conspiracy board were saying things like "Looks like Titor was right." I looked it up, but I can't find anything that Titor said about something like this happening. Anyone on these boards, who I'm prepared to guess are much more familiar with his works, know of some possible connection?
4. ## Strange dream last night -- prediction???

Had another "vision" dream last night, but didn't want to start a whole new thread for it. I remember almost nothing about it now, but I saw very clearly the date January 29, followed by what looked like 5050. I woke up thinking it could have been 2050, but I don't know. Anyway, if the world blows up this January 29th, I want full credit for predicting it, especially if it involves whales.
5. ## TV show "Dexter" and books

TV show "Dexter" and books Anyone here familiar with the TV show "Dexter"? I've been catching up on old episodes, and I have a question about one of them as it relates to the books. SPOILER BELOW: , , , , In the first season episode "Shrink Wrap," Dexter discovers a psychiatrist who is "murdering" women by convincing them to commit suicide. I learned from the Wikipedia page that first season episodes were adapted from the first Dexter book, "Darkly Dreaming Dexter," published in 2004. My question is: was the story for that episode in the book? If so, how similar is the story to the episode? Thanks.
6. ## Nostradamus -- "Mabus" the Antichrist

Nostradamus -- \"Mabus\" the Antichrist 500 channels and nothing is on. Out of boredom, I check out the On Demand choices, and there is a rather lackluster documentary about Nostradamus. It's updated to include the "well, maybe Saddam wasn't the third antichrist, but maybe it's Bin Laden...or Obama!!!" routine. I had heard of "Mabus" being the so-called named antichrist, and how subject it was to interpretation, but I hadn't looked into it recently (like within the past 15 or 20 years). So I Google "mabus" and I find that there is now a guy with that name in a top post in the Obama administration. DOM-DA-DOMMMM! His name is Ray Mabus, and he's the Secretary of the Navy, appointed just a few months ago. He's a husband and father, an Episcopalian, and gives no outward signs of being an antichrist. BUT THEN, THEY NEVER DO!!!! Anyway, I was kind of surprised to see that, and there is a little scattered talk about it on various sites and forums, so I thought I'd bring it up here. Have at it.
7. ## Host a time traveller!

Pamela: I figured most people would want to make up their own PBs. But, if you want a starter kit, here's one we've been having trouble placing, for obvious reasons. -------------- -------------- PB name: _____Blarg____________ Modern name (where applicable): __Blarg Paul Jones__ Nickname(s): __Blargey, The Blargster, Wonderboy, Captain Caveman, Cavey_______ FB vital stats: 1) Gender: Male 2) Race: Indeterminate (Proto-European?) 3) Height: 5 foot 10 4) Weight: 150 5) Hair/eye color: Brown/brown 6) Distinguishing marks/characteristics: Cro-magnon facial features, prone to grunting, fascinated by fire PB place of origin: __Modern-day Los Angeles (near La Brea Tar Pits)____________________ PB birthdate or era of origin (approximate if necessary): ___Ca. 10,000 BC_________________ PB native language: ____Unknown (extremely primitive)_____________________________ Other basic information you have learned about your FB (ancestry, witness to historical events, etc): Blarg has been thus far unable to convey information about his period of origin, but, based on his current proclivities, he was likely a hunter in a mid-sized hunter-gatherer tribe. Please write your impressions and experiences with your PB: Blarg, despite his obvious lack of knowledge, is a quick learner, and is nearly cured of the habit of trying to eat small housepets. The host family is urged to be very patient, to avoid sudden movements, loud noises or flashing lights, and to keep hands and feet well away from his mouth at feeding time. Do you have any questions/observations for the Institute? We would like to request re-assignment of Blarg to another host family. We love the furry little rascal, but he has been living in my wife's geranium garden almost exclusively, and this tends to unnerve the neighbors. The Block Captain, Mr. Hill, has insisted we either build a structure for Blarg in the backyard, or bring him inside.

10. ## TT hoaxer on Italian forums

A conspiracy board I frequent just posted this thread about a person on an Italian BB claiming to be from the future. The claims are laughable: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread496917/pg1 I know a lot of folks on this forum are into debunking such clowns, so have at it.

12. ## Strange dream last night -- prediction???

Well, if "Wales" was the prediction, it might have come true yesterday. I was at a thrift store, and I came across a pitcher that was made in Wales. Pottery isn't normally the sort of thing I seek out; I just happened to walk by, and my dad mentioned that it was made in Wales. Thinking that it could have something to do with the dream, I picked it up for \$3.50 (maybe it's worth 11 million???). I looked it up when I got it home, and it's a brand called Porthmadog, apparently named after (and manufactured in) that Welsh town. I found several listings on eBay for that brand, but not that specific pitcher. Anyway, it's in good shape, and other listings put it in the \$5 to \$10 range. If anyone here wants to give me \$11 million for it, however, I won't object.
13. ## Strange dream last night -- prediction???

Last night, I dreamt that one of my sisters passed away. My younger sister and I were in our nephew's bedroom (we were apparently visiting) when we found out that our older sister had died in the night, apparently of natural causes. Actually, shortly before that happened, I dreamt that I had been having a conversation with my older sister, and she told me to make sure that a certain comfy chair and pillow go to her son when she died, because it was one he cozied up in all the time as a child. In the dream, when we found out she was gone, I told the boy (now 22) about her eerily-timed request. But that wasn't the strangest part. Afterward, my older sister appeared as a spirit to me and my younger sister, and she said something that sounded like "Whales...whales eleven." That's all I could really make out. It could have been "Wales," as in the country, or as in "The Prince of." I dunno. In any case, I wanted to sort of put this on record, just in case something does happen with whales, Wales, Jimbo Wales, etc, etc, having to do with the number eleven.
14. ## has anyone ever dreamt something that felt "real?"

Re: has anyone ever dreamt something that felt \"re I dreamt a few weeks ago that I was abducted by a UFO. It was pretty vivid.