Important Question from writer

K. B. klb at telerama.lm.com
Sat Apr 9 12:03:46 EST 1994

I am currently writing a novel that conserns the development of 
telepathic abilities in humans.
   One element of the story has to do with the discovery of gene that is 
linked to the development of these abilities in growth stages of pre and 
post natel humans. and then the gene stops having an effect on people.
   Here comes the question:  In the story I wish someone to discover that 
the gene is still active is some way (I have written it as an influence 
in the regeneration of the receptors in the brain that are connected with 
telepathy) and one of the main characters finds that using a "blocker" 
can give telepaths the ability to hide from one another for a period of 
time by doing something that interferes with this gene. (Not permanent)
    How would a "blocker" of this type work? Would it work? How long 
might it last?  Any ideas?
    I appreciate your help and quick answers (deadlines)!
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