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Man predicts weather by smell hallucinations

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Along with the tremors, stiff muscles and difficulty walking, about a third of Parkinson’s patients experience hallucinations. And for one patient, those hallucinations were both horrible and predictive. He smelled an intense, skunk-like, oniony smell that got worse when a storm was coming. According to the International Journal of Biometeorology, he is the “first reported case of weather-induced exacerbation of phantosmia.”

http://blogs.smithso...ct-the-weather/

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He sense disruption of magnetic field, which manifest as hallucination smell.

He sense it with heart. Which deliver information to brain.

Pytaghoras was able to predict earthquakes. And he is not only one.

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=253331

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When a thundershower is approaching sometimes you can smell it in the air, as with a snowstorm, so this is not as unusual as one would think.

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Omg its General Iroh from Avatar the Last Airbender he could also smell storms as well. :alien:

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I've known people who can "smell" a storm coming, but never like this. Poor man.

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grandmaster level ! the strom smeller !

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From the article "Now, the doctors didn’t actually test the patient’s weather prediction accuracy."

End of the story.

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