A single thought can influence the probability of an event occuring

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In macro-Quantum effects, or the supernatural world, a single thought can influence the probability of an event occurring. For example, if you fear someone is about to knock on your bedroom door and suddenly someone bangs on it, that would be because of macro-Quantum effects.
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If you "fear someone is about to knock on your bedroom door", maybe you should lock the door before masturbating.

That someone knocks is just the law of vary large numbers. IOW, just quit masturbating so much.
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(Mar 2, 2019 10:44 PM)Syne Wrote: If you "fear someone is about to knock on your bedroom door", maybe you should lock the door before masturbating.

That someone knocks is just the law of vary large numbers. IOW, just quit masturbating so much.

Will your thought influence the probability of Ostro spanking the monkey?....that is the question
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(Mar 3, 2019 01:51 AM)Zinjanthropos Wrote:
(Mar 2, 2019 10:44 PM)Syne Wrote: If you "fear someone is about to knock on your bedroom door", maybe you should lock the door before masturbating.

That someone knocks is just the law of vary large numbers. IOW, just quit masturbating so much.

Will your thought influence the probability of Ostro spanking the monkey?....that is the question

It seems that may be inevitable.
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Quote:It seems that may be inevitable.

As inevitable as the Sun shining? To think that the thought of having a sunrise is actually influencing the happening of the event is staggering to say the least. An inevitable event, if I think of one just to say I influenced it, is like cheating Big Grin.
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#6
Mental masturbation is not some mystical paradox worthy of one's time and exploration.
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