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There was this article by this biochemist that I read not long ago, and he was talking about how when a member of a species is born, it has a billion years of memory to draw on. And this is where we inherit our instincts. I like that. It's like there's, um, this whole telepathic thing going on that we’re all a part of, whether we’re conscious of it or not. That would explain why there's all these, you know, seemingly spontaneous, worldwide, innovative leaps in science, in the arts. You know, like the same results poppin' up everywhere independent of each other. Some guy on a computer, he figures something out, and then almost simultaneously, a bunch of other people all over the world... - figure out the same thing. - Mm-hmm. They did this study. They isolated a group of people over time, and they monitored their abilities at crossword puzzles... in relation to the general population. And then they secretly gave them a day-old crossword, one that had already been answered by thousands of other people. Their scores went up dramatically, like percent. So it's like once the answers are out there, you know, people can pick up on 'em. It's like we're all telepathically sharing our experiences.