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I'm not a Know-All, I just read minds,'' Kelly said, revealing his unearthly talent.
Other contest honorees explored memory, the support role of brain cells called glia and how science can read minds.
CHRIS COX: FATAL DISTRACTION Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, 024 7652 4524, SUNDAY HE'S the mind reader who can't read minds, a comedian and magician who can count Kelly Osbourne, Ricky Gervais and Dannii Minogue among his fans.
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Once Emerson realizes she has the power to read minds, she embarks on a mission to kiss the brainy boys for answers and homework help.
That various characters can read minds, sense- and control emotions, and look for visions of people's futures, is crucial to the storyline, but presents understandably challenging forms of perception for which to create visual equivalents.
1) If there is a primary cause for the difference between how we read minds in ordinary life and how we read them as represented in a human artifact, and especially in fiction, this is it.
These new employees will focus on areas that span the exploration of new materials to create even smaller transistors, to products that we believe will transform the way that health care and education are delivered, to 'future technologies' that involve augmented reality and computers that can read minds, or at least anticipate your needs," Otellini said.
Curtis (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett) can turn back time, Kelly (Lauren Socha) can read minds, Simon (Iwan Rheon) can turn invisible and Alisha (Antonia Thomas) can send people into a sexual frenzy with just one touch.
No one can read minds, and making assumptions has been the basis for many long, costly arguments.
In a world where people read minds and live concurrent virtual lives with intersecting worlds intervening, what will define humanity?
PATRICK Jane is the Mentalist - no, not a crazy person, but instead a Derren Brown-type character who can almost read minds based on body language and voice.