Indigo Children Must Obey Laws of Thermodynamics

Posted July 24, 2006 by Evan Tishuk

Further proof America is lagging behind in the sciences, logic and reality. "All three of the older children remember vividly previous lifetimes that they have had. And Maielaya [her daughter], for example, lives in lucid, vivid memory of being my mother." What? Put away the crack and the role playing games for a while -- magic isn't real.


olivier blanchard ~ July 24, 2006

I broke the laws of thermodynamics once, and got my superstrings all tied up. It kind of sucked.

Evan Tishuk ~ July 24, 2006

Breaking the laws of physics is what we have imaginations for. But turning imagination into reality is not as easy as just saying "I see dead people" or "I can travel faster than light." You're lucky you only got your superstrings crossed. Did you see what happened to the Ghostbusters when they crossed the beams from their proton packs? Bad things.

Bobby ~ July 25, 2006

"Believers say indigo children are often rebellious to authority, nonconformist, extremely emotional, and sometimes physically sensitive or fragile."

For a second there I thought they were talking about EVERY OTHER 16 YEAR OLD GIRL IN THE WORLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Adam Gautsch ~ July 25, 2006

Bobby- Good point

Evan- I thought that when the Ghostbuster crossed streams good things happened. Didn't they kill the Stay Puff Marshmallow Man? Yeah, they were warned against it but when sh*t hit the fan they had to cross streams and good things happened.

Oh yeah, if Bobby won't do it, I guess I'll have to:
Homer: (to Marge) "This perpetual motion machine Lisa made is a joke, it just keeps going faster and faster,"

Homer (to Lisa) "Lisa get in here, this house we obey the laws of thermodynamics!"."

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