07/10/13 5:12 pm
Mind reading would cause a lot more order in that we would find things out quicker. Initially there would be more chaos but if it were permanent it would lead to more order.
jhill303 Right Here
07/06/13 12:38 pm
You'd be surprised how often we already read minds subconsciously through body language or tone of voice. Illiteracy was already an "epidemic" through US history, but resolving it brought us to positive change. Imagine the present with illiteracy...
hanoada Hyrum, UT
07/04/13 6:29 am
Can you imagine the chaos in big cities with everyone hearing everyone's thoughts as they get within 25 feet of each other?! That would drive me nuts! :P
07/03/13 1:43 pm
I wouldn't survive the day. The rude and disrespectful things I be thinking during the process of one day would get me burned at the stake.
07/03/13 6:17 am
The fear of mind reading makes me think people do not live very honest lives and are afraid of their hateful thoughts. What is it people will hear you think that you are so afraid of?
xandria In a Land of Wonder
07/02/13 11:44 pm
I'd rather lose the ability to write. they invented sign language for a reason. not the same as this, but you get my point. there's a solution. mind reading! we'd lose a lot of personal information quickly.
07/02/13 8:45 pm
If EVERYBODY could read minds, we'd get used to having no secrets or block out thoughts with white noise. Pink elephant pink elephant bahama mama...
Unable to read means unable to write. Without that kind of communication most business would stall, far worse.
07/02/13 4:57 pm
The spoken word would still work. The world would go on.
The ability to read minds would, imho, have more drastic effects. It is the ultimate invasion of privacy.
Doopy Remedial Americanism
07/02/13 3:45 pm
Since street markings are arguably a written language, I forsee a lot of car accidents on multi-lane roads, should the latter happen. Also, a LOT of medical mishaps, and probably a few nuclear meltdowns.
07/02/13 1:50 pm
In today's technological age where we all communicate through written letters, emails, texts, etc. and our laws are written out, the amount of chaos and confusion that would pursue would be horrible.
07/02/13 12:47 pm
people lived for a very long time with only verbal communication. if we knew what everyone around us was thinking it would take along time to adjust life to fit this new talent.
Diogenes Not Biden It
07/02/13 12:09 pm
Reading everyone's mind would most likely result in an information overload for most folks. This would conceivably be enough to shut down independent thought and actions.
07/02/13 11:29 am
I've worked in customer service a longtime and feel like no one knows how to read VERY clear signs and/or instructions anyway. So I choose mind reading.
07/02/13 11:29 am
mind reading would cause some chaos at first but eventually would be like another sense and used as a tool in everyday life. Not being able to read would be complete chaos. Nobody could read road signs or know how fast they are going. Industrial workers wouldn't be able to read guages or take
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