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Discussion in 'L Ron Hubbard' started by Type4_PTS, Jul 4, 2018.
remove that silly hat, you doth.
You really think anybody here believes you?
I have no idea what a clear is but if a person were really clear and there were these aliens called Psychlos they would have to be pretty stupid to write a book about it. That being said I got paid 37.50 to tell my story to a phd researcher for a couple hours today. I asked her if this info was going to be used for the good of mankind. She laughed. Really I don't know what they use it for.
Perfect recall is possible.
The medical term is savant syndrome.
The most famous savant was Kim Peek, the inspiration for the autistic savant character Raymond Babbitt in the movie Rain Man. Peek read by scanning the left page with his left eye, then the right page with his right eye. According to an article in The Times newspaper, he could accurately recall the contents of at least 12,000 books. Peek lived in Murray, Utah, and spent a considerable amount of his time reading at the Salt Lake City Library and demonstrating his capabilities at schools, with great help from his father.
There are a number of normal people who developed savant syndrome after head injuries.
Nueroscientist and professor Berit Broggard of the Center for Neurodynamics at University of Missouri-St. Louis theorizes that acquired savant syndrome results from the brain reabsorbing neurotransmitters partially destroyed during injury. This forced re-wiring of the brain is what allows savant skills to emerge. Scientists are hoping to tap into this potential with low frequency magnetic stimulation to the brains. Until then, we can all continue to enjoy acquired savants’ pure mathematical genius, artistic talent and beautiful music.