Could be. They already study hair to find out if the person is schizophrenic or autistic. And claim hair gives good biomarkers. That should be quite a bit further down the line then just heightened sensitivity.
Both brain and hair and nervous system is made from the same stuff of the embryo, Ectoderm. So that this stuff is connected may be quite possible.
Hair is the number one threat to the Illuminati. The hairier you are the further away you are from conforming to the Illuminati. That's all you really need to know about that, plus that hair is mostly water. I forget sometimes but they easily profile you if seen walking down the street.
Just as a fyi there are those who can be categorized as having schizophrenic episodes who don't have genetic factors to them at all. Schizophrenia as a disease is somewhat genetic, but the rise of schizophrenia and its subforms are of debate. It isn't always genetic.
Everyone knows a few drugs induce schizophrenia like symptoms, but it isn't actually schizophrenia. And then there are events that initiate the "illnesses" but one typically has to have a genetic basis for it in the first place. If not then it's probably a transient psychosis or something similar to schizo... Sounds simple. I need to look up more cases of this.
With my limited knowledge I can only say that INTP could be 5w4 or 5w6 in enneagram terms.The questions on Enneagram tests seem to be looking for anti-conformists, and so I don't understand know how so may INTPs come up as 5w4. Why would we care whether scarves are in style, except for the purchasing convenience if we happen to like them (I really don't understand that trend, but you get my point). Why would we panic if it turned out that we like the same band as the ESFJ over there? Yet, looking at the test questions, it's implied that a "4" would be devastated.
With my limited knowledge I can only say that INTP could be 5w4 or 5w6 in enneagram terms.
Okay, so Enneagram tests, specifically questions for type 4, confuse me.
If you are obsessed with your own uniqueness, to the point that it bothers you to be like others, isn't that the opposite of being being "authentic"? If you must compare yourself to others in order to judge your own sense of self, doesn't that belong on the other side of the conformity coin?
Real independence of thought, and real authenticity would occur independently of the norm. It would mean that you might like a Lady Gaga song, and not reject it out of hand simply because she's "popular". You'd judge it according to its own merit and not care what others think of it, right?
I think we need to start recategorizing "nonconformity" into "aconformity" and "anti-conformity". Anti-conformity runs akin to counter-culture -- it's the systematic rejection of popular themes in order to maintain your image of "difference". This, as opposed to aconformity, which would describe a general apathy when considering what is "normal" or not.
So what about 5w9? I get that more often than 5w6 and 5w4 (depending on the test).Yup, under the enneagram system w/ wings, you only get the option of 5w6 or 5w4.
The wings influence the bent of the Five and what things hold interest. I tend to see the Four bent as more subjective and focused on the individual's personal way of seeing -- that's the Four coming through -- the Six bent aims it at more externalized standards with thus tend to be less subjective in approach.
So what about 5w9? I get that more often than 5w6 and 5w4 (depending on the test).
I was hinting at cultural methods for inducing these states. One current topic is Catilyn Jenner and the Cartesian Theatre. These methods seem to be closer than most are aware of.
I have come across a theory that explains hallucinations that ties really nice into cultural studies. Should I share it?
(That sounds interesting.. you should share ^^)
Some musings written down earlier today while contemplating:
Beauty feeds the Soul because it resonates with its nature and amplifies its existence. Understanding to the Mind is as Beauty to the Soul.. and so a full experience of the world that brings one to wholeness must include both.
I couldn't find any other place to post this, and didn't want to start a thread for a handful of images. Found a cool site debunking "chemophobia" and the crowd that appeals to nature.
^Eggs, pears, bananas, apples and potatoes are some of the least nutritious natural ingredients. Mostly unhealthy sugars and fats.
I didn't take the global perspective, personally I wouldn't eat apples or pears, because they are similar to refined sugars, mostly carbs (fructose vs sucrose= double glucose, while glucose=fructose pretty much) Also I can't stand the sound of cutting or eating apples, I can do it but I don't like it.but none of the mentioned foodstuffs are consumed at a problematic level.
Agreed, I find myself being high on sugars way too often, need to change that.looking at what the human total population should cut down on from a nutrition POV, it's not fruits, nor eggs, nor potatoes. it's refined starches (bread), certain oils (high poly-unsaturated vegetable oils, grain oils especially; fried stuff), red meat, and refined sugar. those are addictive products.
For me apples and oranges are pure marketing, way to advertise carbohydrates as something useful. I don't buy into the excessive vitamin C being any useful to people, and aside for apple acid it really isn't much on its own.apples and potatoes are just food. perhaps not advisible to purchase for someone on a strict budget, but perfectly viable food to be included in the creative scope of cooking.
Also, why do you wonder how old you are when awake?