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    #41

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Quote Originally Posted by Turner View Post
    If you happen to be walking in front of a Korean shopper and he/she accidentally pushed the cart forward hitting your ankle, you know how painful it is (especially if you are wearing sandals) and could even tear your ankle tendons. The guy, instead of offering an apology would often display stern look on his face. This is not a display of indifference. He is communicating and accepting that he is at fault. He is sorry.
    In addition, since this happened unintentionally without malice, he will assume that you understood and expects that you will forgive him.
    What does this have to do with telepathy? It's just a cultural mater. If you ram a shopping cart into my ankle, I will instinctively apologise as I am British. Some cultures wouldn't. It's simply our way of handling such situations- not better or worse, but different from some. The Koreans, apparently, do things differently from me. That does not mean that they are beaming things into my pineal gland; it just means that this is how they deal with the situation.

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    #42

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    This is the strangest thread we have had in a long time.

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    #43

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    There was no need to post that, Mike, I picked up your telepathic message before you even sat down at the keyboard.

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    #44

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Your statement makes my spidey senses tingle Piscean.


    Wait, false alarm. Turns out it was just pinot and a full bladder.
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    #45

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Piscean, i didn't know your hat was turned on.

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    #46

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Hey, if we accept this telelinguistics, then maybe that whole tinfoil hat thing isn't such a bad idea?

    I'm going to design a line of fashionable tin-foil lined hats that will make me rich, once the public discovers telelinguistics.

    I would argue that the whole hat need not be foil. You simply need a thick layer of foil someplace, but I don't see why covering it with some nice felt, or maybe beaver, should reduce the effectiveness.
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    #47

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    LIKE I HAVE SAID TO MANY OF MY STUDENTS.

    WHEN ONE IS WITH THE INTELLIGENCE , ONE CAN SEE THE TRUTH WITHIN THE WORD....

    WHEN ONE IS WITH THE POWER, ONE CAN SEE THE TELELINGUISTIC VISION.

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    #48

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    In short....

    Telelinguistic communication is a far cry from actual tele-pathic communication...

    to communicate telepathicaly from mind to mind there would be a medium carrying Telelinguistic communications.

    Regardless of what medium, Telelinguistics is a language,medium and mediator for telelpathic communication.

    Like it or not, belive it or not...ye of little understanding are hardly likely to...

    TELELINGUISTICS - IS A TELEPATHIC MEDIATION.

    I dare say in a 1000 years from now there will be a telelinguistic thesis recognized as the very foundation of telepathic communication and its telelinguistic language/mediation.

    But in a 1000 years from now LANGUAGE will of been through the revolution and evolution i am talking about.

    + In a 1000 years from now language will have a foundation of truth and understanding worthy of a telelinguistic thesis.
    Last edited by mysterdee2015; 20-May-2016 at 09:48. Reason: updaqr

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    #49

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Telepathic spam link.
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    #50

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    Telepathic spam link.
    you want to know where i see the telepathic spam link.?

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