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There is a tall tale that some hummingbirds do not migrate. Instead, they discover quite by accident that some flowers are portals. When they feed on these interdimensional portals, they immediately teleport to distant locations. This explains why they often disappear from view so quickly. The hummingbird doesn't even realize that he has teleported. He merely maintains a detailed map in his tiny little brain of his flowers' relative locations. That map allows for linking locations via trandimensional nexus connections. This is much like the situation where your brain may not quite understand HTML URL codes. You don't have to understand them to use them. If we had to understand our cars, very few people could drive. So it is with the hummingbird, whose amazing brain maps his path from flower to flower, through portal and nexus.
June 10th, 2012
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