Can a haircut cause brain damage?
Vivian R. F. Linssen
vivian.linssen at skynet.be
Mon Feb 10 07:30:34 EST 2003
This exchange of correspondence is quite fascinating.
"Michael Balarama" <mbalar at ev1.net> a écrit dans le message de news:
v4e6b2qmkhv030 at corp.supernews.com...
> what the heck happens to all those guys that are bald or shave their
> real low IQ's
> JLF <revfordham at newnorth.net> wrote in message
> news:v4bvbv9lggih49 at corp.supernews.com...
> > Of course it can! We all know that the hair follicles are actually just
> > physical manifestations of morphic field threads extending out from the
> > brain's electromagnetic activity,... Cutting them, or being too rough
> > them causes vibratory waves which travel back down the morphic field
> > and resonate in the medulla oblongata. That's why cutting your hair
> > drops your I.Q. at least 15 points.
> > JLF
> > "AliGhas" <alighas2000 at hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:fc233106.0204181800.6e240878 at posting.google.com...
> > > Maybe I'm a bit paranoid but I got a haircut yesterday and the lady
> > > was very aggressive when she was cutting and manipulating my head
> > > & hair. She was pulling hard on my hair and was combing my hair very
> > > hard. However, I didn't feel as if any of her strokes caused any
> > > noticeable pain and I didn't experience any symptoms like dizziness or
> > > nausea or disorientation or anything like that at all. But after I
> > > paid her for hte haircut my mind felt a bit "wet" or fuzzy or
> > > something (hard to describe) and a
> > > couple of hours later I developed a minor headache. Today my mind
> > > still feels a bit fuzzy (but less than before).
> > >
> > > My question is, is it possible that her actions of combing hard and
> > > manipulating my head, caused any permanent brain cell damage??? Or is
> > > it just a temporary phenomenon after which I should recover 100% w/o
> > > any damage. Maybe
> > > I'm paranoid because it wasn't any severe head trauma at all but my
> > > mind still does feel a bit fuzzy.
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