09 August 2020
- Last edited 09 August 2020
It is remarkable that the presenters are nearly all of the same age group, apparent race/culture, and gender. They are intelligent, to say the least.
Notice the presenters' eyes when they access stored knowledge of latent incidents - vs - the dazed look of imagination forming broad scenarios with generic details (from current world events) that can be molded by an observer's own imagination to connect a collection of generalized dots, at a later date. (All that good interactive left-brain-right-brain stuff)
When we consider that innumerous similar events take place daily, like their scenarios, we see that anyone with a good creative mind can produce similar narratives.
There is also an occasional glance of approval/acceptance seeking.
Setting aside this candid conjecture, I humbly propose, yet with confidence, that a phenomena does exist where subjects can represent memories/scenarios/details from another person, place and time, however by a different mechanism than what is likely expected in this context.
Humankind is an amazing and resourceful creation!
There exists much more than our sensory organs allow us to perceive, likely by intelligent design.
Great post! Thanks!
... in the blink of an eye.