November 20, 2018

KOZMIK KORNER BY LUSH GUMBALL

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Q:  I read an article written by an expert on the paranormal where they explained what a ghost might be. According to this person, A ghostly figure can be: a real person; a haunting (an “imprint” of people; a “recording” of sorts); an apparition of the dead; an apparition of the living; a psychic perception; a trick of memory; a trick of perception; a blur brought on by infra-sound; an image caused by phantoms of the brain. How do you know then if you are experiencing a real visitation from someone from the beyond or a trick or brain phantom?

A: I really don’t know. I do know that my mate claims to see spirits of recently passed people and helps them cross over – sort of like the Ghost Whisperer. I no longer make fun of her – just in case.
Q: I heard a story about Fossilized bones of a dinosaur believed to be the largest creature ever to walk the Earth have been unearthed in Argentina, palaeontologists say. Based on its huge thigh bones, it was 130ft long and 65ft tall. Weighing in at 77 tons, it was as heavy as 14 African elephants, and seven tons heavier than the previous record holder, Argentinosaurus. Scientists believe it is a new species of titanosaur – an enormous herbivore dating from the Late Cretaceous period. What do you think?

A: It would take a lot of wheat, corn and barley to keep it’s weight up.
Q: I read where More than 100 pounds of fish recently rained upon a village in western Sri Lanka, reported the BBC. The fish probably came from a nearby river after being scooped up by a storm. Locals collected the fish, many of which still were living and flopping around. According to the story, meteorologists believe strong updrafts in storms pull water from rivers, lakes and oceans. Fish, frogs and other animals come with the water, then fall along with the rain. Have you ever seen it rain fish?

A: Nope. I just hope the fish weren’t farm raised. They can be very nasty.
Q: In a new book, a ghost writer  estimates that about 15 percent of people experience being assaulted in their sleep by an unknown entity at some point in their lives, often with a sexual element. Some believe that the incubus or succubus is neither ghost nor demon but instead a fairy. that simultaneously embodies the male fear of the female as dominating and anarchic and the widespread anxiety about women as parasites. Any thoughts?

A: Men will always fear women. As for dream sex, I had them a lot as a kid.

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