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The Perfect Murder

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Yes, you can kill someone using strategic mind control. It's called the nocebo effect.

In the 1970s, a man was told that he had advanced liver cancer and had only a few months to live. He died within a few months. An autopsy showed that he had a tumor much too small to be the cause of death. As far as they could tell, the diagnosis itself killed him.

http://io9.com/5639545/plan-the-perfect-murder-with-the-nocebo-effect

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Yes, you can kill someone using strategic mind control. It's called the nocebo effect.

In the 1970s, a man was told that he had advanced liver cancer and had only a few months to live. He died within a few months. An autopsy showed that he had a tumor much too small to be the cause of death. As far as they could tell, the diagnosis itself killed him.

http://io9.com/56395...e-nocebo-effect

yes...this logic/theory is really nothing new.....the mind is an incredibly powerful tool and should be dealt with carefully........

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