Does mind control exist?

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  1. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    Right. My mistake.
     
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  3. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    The study of human psychology has probably contributed to the science of influencing people.
     
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  5. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    Are we discussing mind control in the sense of influencing peoples thoughts or are we discussing the paranoid delusional form of mind control?
     
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  7. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    That is an interesting thought.
     
  8. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    Mental illness is a horrible thing. Especially when you are delusional and paranoid.
     
  9. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    True I understand that

    Unfortunately some paranoid people have enemies

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  10. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    I guess anybody can have enemies.
     
  11. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    Is it correct to say most people who believe in mind control have Schizophrenia?
     
  12. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    It seems to me that people who believe in mind control tend to think it's the OTHER guy who's being controlled.
     
  13. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    lack of definition of terms renders your comment into narcissistic diatribe.
    this moves your position into "delusional".
    is it logical to define conceptualized schizophrenic paradigms from a delusional perspective ?
    probably not.
     
  14. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    I am sorry if I have made any errors in thinking. Can you guys help me correct them?
     
  15. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    I was unsure about the definition of mind control. I would not classify the experiences of a person with Schizophrenia as delusions but rather as just their personal experiences.
     
  16. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    Thanks for sharing. I did not know that.
     
  17. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    I find it sad that so many people with mental illness believe they are under mind control. Maybe there is a way we can clear things up for them to relieve their paranoia.
     
  18. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    I didn't spend a lot of time in the rubber padded ward but my observations and information told to me from staff there the mistrust of authority, paranoia and a few other aspects of their life style became exacerbated by self medication

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  19. mmatt9876 Registered Senior Member

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    When I was a younger man I was a bit paranoid about mind control.
     
  20. candy Registered Senior Member

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    Does mind control exist?
    I doubt it.
    There are times I wish I had it as my super power.
     
  21. Beaconator Registered Senior Member

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    I am getting sleepy... Now when I snap my fingers I will fall asleep...

    Nope doesn't work.
     
  22. wegs Matter & Pixie Dust Valued Senior Member

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    I think it “exists.” Indoctrination is an example of it, and can be very powerful.
     
  23. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    I think the word "control" is inappropriate. "Influence" would be more accurate.

    A pedestrian can not "control" a car by jumping in front of it; he can "influence" its driver's control. Of course, the direction that that influence takes is not necessarily predictable.

    I can "influence'"what you're thinking just by suggesting the word "influence" instead of "control" - but you might be thinking, "He's right! That's what I meant," or you might be thinking, "He's an idiot in every other thread, so I'll disregard what he says in this one."
     

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