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mElonMusk
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Magical Realism is defined as what happens when a highly detailed, realistic setting is invaded by something too strange to believe.

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    PornHub VR.
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    People can experience a hyper reality that feels more real than the standard reality. This can be experienced with and without drugs.

    I don't know if I have experienced this, but I have experienced a hyper environment where the colors and shapes were more vivid than I have ever seen in standard reality. This was without drugs. Not sure what allowed me to see this.
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    After reading your so many comments around here, I feel you are the real sins. @rutee07
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    @Demolishun And I sometimes see everything scaled up or down. Anyone else?
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    @mElonMusk

    "scaled up or down"

    Things just more or less vivid? What does scaled mean in this context?
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    @Demolishun Scaled mean like zoomed in
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    @mElonMusk I have also experienced time slow down a couple of times. It has been during some kind of adrenaline rush.
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    I had a hyperreality moment a long time ago in my early 20's in fact, the only place I've found what accurately describes what I experienced is in a few buddhist texts. But I haven't experienced it again since (was 20 years ago) it wasn't just heightened senses but a complete body sensation of bliss (without any desire or human typical human emotions) followed by a period of complete peace and calm again without any type of feeling or emotion. Definitely a state i would like to visit again.
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    @superposition I have read the people who have near death experiences have experiences like you are describing.
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    @superposition
    Ah, you found my stash. Don't use the hand towel, fair warning.
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    @SortOfTested ha, I wish I could enter that state with a drug. I've tried them all and none of the effects come even close to what i experienced.
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    @superposition
    Maybe try the towel? 🤔
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    @SortOfTested Do you stick out your thumb while holding the towel?
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    @Demolishun
    Sure if you want. I mean, it just needs some skin contact. Not a lot though.

    Don't use it around a chesterfield sofa 😏
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    @SortOfTested Are you sure it's a towel?
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    @mElonMusk
    It's whatever you want it to be. My sister's is a corgi.
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    Some common ground. Finally. @SortOfTested
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    @Demolishun I've also experienced time slow down a few times. The one that sticks out in my mind is again in my early 20's in Utah I had the brilliant idea to cross a river a few hundred feet above a hundred foot waterfall that dropped into a plethora of large boulders. I slipped ofc and fell into the river. It narrowed to a rock chute right before the waterfall so nothing but sheer rock on either side as i entered chute. I remember time had slowed quite a bit i remember every detail of the rock chute my feet and body as i was jetted off the waterfall and my hand somehow grabbed the last six inches of a sappling that had bent over from water rushing over it. I sat there dangling from this sapling about 5 feet from top of waterfall. Then time went back to normal and I remember laughing histerically while dangling there before I started to crawl out and get back to top edge of fall. All the while I could hear the girl I went hiking with screaming wildly down the trail I guess she expected to see my broken body on the rocks below. Probably time perception has to do with adrenaline.
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    @superposition Mine were during car accident and during an intimate moment.

    Your story sounds like something out of a movie or cartoon. Holy shit dude!
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    @Demolishun it was a movie-esque moment and to this day i have no idea how my hand found that sapling. But I've cheated death a few times all just as absurd and probably statistically significant enough not to be by chance which has helped shape my beliefs along this journey of life.
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    @Demolishun oh my towel is crusty UwU
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