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Posted by Alan on September 28, 2002 06:48:15 UTC

Hi Mike,

I've been away. Also costs places budgetary limits on computer/internet use.

Having recently experienced being 'thrown about' in a fairground ride; with sudden unexpected accelerations and unusual + and - g forces; I can confirm my earlier view (that perhaps I did not explicitly state re: 'the first part'): innovative thinking by you in your theory idea; but the blood/ etc. theory on OBE's appears to have no obvious connection to OBE's.

(Obviously in extreme accelerations there will be blood things going on; but the OBE itself seems to be to do with body-spatial-balance-model not being updated fast enough to keep up with rapid change in incoming data.)

I think it is to do with the body's sense of modelling its spatial/balance location, and a kind of discrepency occuring over position in space; due to direct new data coming from the body at such a rapid rate that the body's model cannot keep up with the update speed required for its model.

So a different form of awareness comes into play.

Curious that you wrote:

"I also think you can have an OBE without "leaving your body" -- by changing the definition of "me.""

See Ya,

dolphin

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