My theory on Yowie Hair

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My theory on Yowie Hair

Unread post by Wolf » Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:53 am

The following theory is proposed as an interesting thought process, not necessarily something I believe to be true (although there is limited evidence suggesting it may be)…

The Rastafarians, Sadhus, Sikhs and some others believe that to cut one’s hair is to lose one’s connection to Source.

This belief has some grounding in the Old Testament story of Sampson.

As I understand it one’s hair is considered to act like thousands of little ‘antennae’ that tap into the divine, ‘electrical energy’ permeating the universe.

Going with this idea for a moment… if hair follicles DO absorb minuscule amounts of energy, could this account for the comparatively (to humans) massive pound for pound strength of chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutangs, etc?

If so, would it not also account for the incredible feats of strength (in human eyes) demonstrated by Sasquatch? Sasquatch certainly appear to have an overabundance of antennae on their bodies.
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Re: My theory on Yowie Hair

Unread post by inthedark » Fri Jun 08, 2018 1:25 pm

Wolf wrote:
Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:53 am
The following theory is proposed as an interesting thought process, not necessarily something I believe to be true (although there is limited evidence suggesting it may be)…

The Rastafarians, Sadhus, Sikhs and some others believe that to cut one’s hair is to lose one’s connection to Source.

This belief has some grounding in the Old Testament story of Sampson.

As I understand it one’s hair is considered to act like thousands of little ‘antennae’ that tap into the divine, ‘electrical energy’ permeating the universe.

Going with this idea for a moment… if hair follicles DO absorb minuscule amounts of energy, could this account for the comparatively (to humans) massive pound for pound strength of chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutangs, etc?

If so, would it not also account for the incredible feats of strength (in human eyes) demonstrated by Sasquatch? Sasquatch certainly appear to have an overabundance of antennae on their bodies.
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Re: My theory on Yowie Hair

Unread post by Boab Bob » Sat Jun 09, 2018 12:26 am

Perhaps you posted in the wrong section.

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Re: My theory on Yowie Hair

Unread post by TheBlackStump » Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:05 am

Hey Wolf

I was reading an interesting article (extract below) that sort of supports what you are saying but is using birds feathers as an example of efficient receiving arials for harmful microwave radiation...... Silent Wireless Spring.... http://nohoax.com/index.php?option=com_ ... &Itemid=48




A team of biologists and engineers at Canada’s National Research Council warned that

microwave pollution was damaging not only human health but the environment. Experimenting

on chickens, pigeons and seagulls, they found that most birds collapsed in distress within

seconds of being exposed to microwave radiation of moderate intensity—but not if they were

defeathered.15 The scientists then proved that feathers are efficient receiving aerials for

microwave radiation.16 They predicted that increasing levels of microwave pollution would cause

wild birds distress and interfere with their navigation.

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Re: My theory on Yowie Hair

Unread post by Wolf » Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:42 pm

TheBlackStump wrote:
Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:05 am
Hey Wolf

I was reading an interesting article (extract below) that sort of supports what you are saying but is using birds feathers as an example of efficient receiving arials for harmful microwave radiation...... Silent Wireless Spring.... http://nohoax.com/index.php?option=com_ ... &Itemid=48




A team of biologists and engineers at Canada’s National Research Council warned that

microwave pollution was damaging not only human health but the environment. Experimenting

on chickens, pigeons and seagulls, they found that most birds collapsed in distress within

seconds of being exposed to microwave radiation of moderate intensity—but not if they were

defeathered.15 The scientists then proved that feathers are efficient receiving aerials for

microwave radiation.16 They predicted that increasing levels of microwave pollution would cause

wild birds distress and interfere with their navigation.

Very cool... are not feathers the ancestors of hair? ... as scales were to feathers?
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Re: My theory on Yowie Hair

Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Wed Jun 20, 2018 10:38 am

Wolf wrote:
Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:53 am
The following theory is proposed as an interesting thought process, not necessarily something I believe to be true (although there is limited evidence suggesting it may be)…

The Rastafarians, Sadhus, Sikhs and some others believe that to cut one’s hair is to lose one’s connection to Source.

This belief has some grounding in the Old Testament story of Sampson.

As I understand it one’s hair is considered to act like thousands of little ‘antennae’ that tap into the divine, ‘electrical energy’ permeating the universe.

Going with this idea for a moment… if hair follicles DO absorb minuscule amounts of energy, could this account for the comparatively (to humans) massive pound for pound strength of chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutangs, etc?

If so, would it not also account for the incredible feats of strength (in human eyes) demonstrated by Sasquatch? Sasquatch certainly appear to have an overabundance of antennae on their bodies.
Monkeys, chimps and gorillas have tendons that are far more tensile and tightly structured than any human being. Combine them with a powerful and robust muscular system and skeletal frame and the creatures can leverage incredible power. The often stated Chimpanzee's ten fold strength advantage over us puny humans is primarily attributed to superior far denser tendons. I'm paraphrasing this from a nat geo I read many years ago. Worth a Google or two for sure.

Here is an interesting study on the topic produced last year...
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/06/ ... cle-humans
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