Outcome Collapsers Should Be Aimed With Care But Certainly Must Be Aimed

A study called The Hawthorne Effect claims that watching folks alters their behavior.

Most parents don’t need such high falutin social experiments to understand that the instant their backs are turned their precious little darlings will be doing everything in their power to break all hell loose.

And anyone who has ever been asked to give a public talk must first win a battle with the stage fright monster before turning a mob of hungry, eager eyes loose on their teeniest movement.

There’s no getting away from the realization that our bodies, especially peepers, wield a tremendous power that is well deserving of investigation and contemplation.

Scientist Rupert Sheldrake calls this invisible yet directive force Morphogenic energy

and his own studies indicate that many humans and animals possess an

enhanced awareness of the vision of others and can reliably describe

when they are being observed even under double blind conditions.

Researchers from another human perception study attempting to

illuminate the innate tracking capacities of aboriginal hunters

found curious negative influences to tracking skills would

occur when the recruits were close shaved for military

service. The trackers relied on minute atmospheric

signals picked up by epidermal receivers which

no longer were available to them once their

evolutionary feelers were cut. If this is

all the antennae turning required to

screw up a truly incredible signal

it stands to reason that we must

pay close attention to all other

information waves for hints

that we might be missing

something even bigger.

Thank you, friend.

Barry out.

http://www.sheldrake.org/homepage.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawthorne_Effect

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/234783-The-Truth-About-Hair-and-Why-Indians-Would-Keep-Their-Hair-Long

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