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So basically, that has been a slight change in human beings, particularly those born in the 80's onwards (I'm counting that's a lot of us) it's more of an evolutionary change.

There is this test to see if you are one of these evolved humans.

http://indigochildren.com/indigo-children-test/


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It is once again a load of hokum.
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It is once again a load of hokum.
It's not mate, we as a species are evolving. Our DNA is changing.
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It's not mate, we as a species are evolving. Our DNA is changing.
Could you show me some evidence?
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Could you show me some evidence?
This is what the BBC had to say about DNA:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21091066

Some other website:

http://humansarefree.com/2011/04/ama...-mutating.html

Again from the BBC about evolution:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12535647

Basically we are becoming more, conscious of the world and our role in it, as a species/human organism. Right now we (this is just my interoperation) function predominately in our "reptilian brain" of which we have three (obviously not literally) and are shifting towards the neomammalian complex part, obviously we use it already, we are evolving to use it more so.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triune_brain

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This is what the BBC had to say about DNA:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21091066

Some other website:

http://humansarefree.com/2011/04/ama...-mutating.html

Again from the BBC about evolution:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12535647

Basically we are becoming more, conscious of the world and our role in it, as a species/human organism. Right now we (this is just my interoperation) function predominately in our "reptilian brain" of which we have three (obviously not literally) and are shifting towards the neomammalian complex part, obviously we use it already, we are evolving to use it more so.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triune_brain
None of this is evidence for the Indigo Children theory. Which is more akin to religion than science.
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None of this is evidence for the Indigo Children theory. Which is more akin to religion than science.
I don't think so understand how mainstream 'evidence' comes to light. Which religion is this then?
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(Original post by NHM713)
So basically, that has been a slight change in human beings, particularly those born in the 80's onwards (I'm counting that's a lot of us) it's more of an evolutionary change.

There is this test to see if you are one of these evolved humans.

http://indigochildren.com/indigo-children-test/


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What a load of rubbish.
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This is what the BBC had to say about DNA:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21091066

Some other website:

http://humansarefree.com/2011/04/ama...-mutating.html

Again from the BBC about evolution:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12535647

Basically we are becoming more, conscious of the world and our role in it, as a species/human organism. Right now we (this is just my interoperation) function predominately in our "reptilian brain" of which we have three (obviously not literally) and are shifting towards the neomammalian complex part, obviously we use it already, we are evolving to use it more so.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triune_brain
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Most neuroscientists don't use this model anymore.
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What a load of rubbish.
No it's not.
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I don't think so understand how mainstream 'evidence' comes to light. Which religion is this then?
It is its own religion. It is a concept which was made up by a self help author.

In fact in last years University of Cambridge Festival of Ideas to was suggested that the Indigo movement actually functioned like a religious movement along with Jediism.
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No it's not.
This Indigo child concept isn't even worthy of pseudoscience status.
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I answered the test pretending to be a narcissistic, self obsessed, arrogant twerp, and got this:

Only you can know for certain if the Indigo label is right for you or not. However, considering you relate to the majority of characteristics common to Indigo Children, it’s probably worth your consideration.
OMG!
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This Indigo child concept isn't even worthy of pseudoscience status.
You say it is 100% false, on the basis that mainstream science hasn't proved it. There is a lot that science doesn't know actually.
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You say it is 100% false, on the basis that mainstream science hasn't proved it. There is a lot that science doesn't know actually.
This Indigo child concept doesn't really follow the scientific method, that's why it isn't scientific.If it makes you feel any better, psychology isn't really a science either.
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This Indigo child concept doesn't really follow the scientific method, that's why it isn't scientific.If it makes you feel any better, psychology isn't really a science either.
We are evolving, that is the point I'm making. I'm saying there will be blue children walking the streets.
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We are evolving, that is the point I'm making. I'm saying there will be blue children walking the streets.
We will only evolve to be blue when the people who randomly have a slightly bluer shade of skin tend to have more children. I don't see why that would happen, and if it did, it would take hundreds if not thousands of years for any real colour change to be detectable. I'm not entirely sure you understand how evolution works.
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We will only evolve to be blue when the people who randomly have a slightly bluer shade of skin tend to have more children. I don't see why that would happen, and if it did, it would take hundreds if not thousands of years for any real colour change to be detectable. I'm not entirely sure you understand how evolution works.
LOL! Oh no! I made a mistake I meant to say 'I'm not saying there will be blue children walking the streets.
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LOL! Oh no! I made a mistake I meant to say 'I'm not saying there will be blue children walking the streets.
Suuuure you did.

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Suuuure you did.

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