CapnG said:Precognition violates basic temporal mechanics. Let's say I'm "psychic":
- I make a prediction with a negative outcome (eg. "You will be struck by a bus on thursday.")
- The person in question makes changes to negate that outcome. (eg. He takes the subway)
- The event does not occur.
Precognition violates the basic logic and ability of acceptance of those who do not believe in it.
I told a woman that her nephew needed to be cautious on his way to work. That he would be struck from the right side by a car.
Neither the woman, nor her nephew believed or accepted that precognition was valid.
She said to me "S___ walks to work, he can't possibly have an accident"
I was watching the local news 3 weeks later; and there on the screen was a photograph of this prominent local attourney; who had been walking to work.
Crossing the bridge between twin towns, he neared the end of the bridge, a car lost control, went up onto the pedestrian sidewalk of the bridge, hit him in the right side and broke his right leg, right arm, a number of ribs, and his right side jaw.
When he was back at work, he would come to the shop where I worked as a manager, for a friend who needed some short term help. He would stand at the window and look at me.
This 100% skeptic was very upset, because I had shattered his logic, a logic he had been comfortable with all of his life.
I do not accept money or favors or gifts for what I do. It cost me nothing, and I have been this way since I was 3 years of age. I only give information to those I am guided to. Life is important, and at times it needs protecting.