MIND READING WORLD?

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MIND READING WORLD?

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Does the term 'Mind Reading World' mean anything to you? Is it a new kind of vocabulary or something you are familiar with?
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POETIC PACIFIC wrote: 19 Sep 2022, 05:34 Does the term 'Mind Reading World' mean anything to you? Is it a new kind of vocabulary or something you are familiar with?
Is it fantasy you're writing?
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C Janet wrote: 30 Sep 2022, 11:10
POETIC PACIFIC wrote: 19 Sep 2022, 05:34 Does the term 'Mind Reading World' mean anything to you? Is it a new kind of vocabulary or something you are familiar with?
Is it fantasy you're writing?
Yes, it is something like or sounds like a fantasy. But the term 'fantasy' is defined as; 'the faculty or activity of imagining impossible or improbable things.' So it does not really mean the same thing as the "mind reading world" because the mind reading world does exist and it is possible and probable.
The mind-reading world I am referring to is in fact, imaginable and at the same time probable and possible. So it is not a fantasy like imagining the impossible, but it is fantasy as imagining the possible.
It is a place where people read the minds or read the minds of other people. It is not a fantasy world but it does really exist. I develop the term 'mind reading world' because it is made up of people who read other people's minds.
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