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The Magical Eraser In a time after ours science had evolved far beyond our farthest dreams A lot was discovered Most of what you have come to know has been proven wrong The most memorable issue is Cancer There were merely only two types of real cancer Phy and Ment The thinking of having cancer the most prodminent one caused ment cancer The second was Phy caused by radiation sent to earth from the sun It turns out that Plutonium and Uranium were only reacting with the photons bonded to the UV rays being sent from the sun Our world was a replica of yours An exact replica Opposite in technology I will get into that later The cure simple Physiological ESP type waves The brain is more than what you know true it does store knowledge but not in cells or by mere zaps of electricity actually electricity has nothing to do with it The brain acts on a 4th dimensional level Your brain is your soul Still affected by what you eat and sensitive to vibrations in touch with the 3d world So there are also ways of training your brain or enhancing its waves By means of what you call an eraser Not every eraser has this capability of strengthening ESP waves just few ones made of pure rubber When these erasers were being made in the 21st centaury scientists did not notice a reaction within the rubber molecules themselves when in contact with UV rays As we came to know it everything does revolve around our sun or at least our science does As for the center of the universe there is none Very simple the universe is not expanding and has no limits So as you can see these Erasers have became very valuable seeing as how our sun has died the only star that we know of capable of producing the exact right wavelengths of light to
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