"I think she is thinking of studies that show that there are electromagnetic fields surrounding living things - but these fields are in frequencies that the eye can't see. And these "auras" do not provide the information that aura…"
I'm not clear on what you're asking. When you receive an individual comment, such as this one, it's on the comment wall of your profile. The only way to find out if someone responds to a comment you make in a group, as…"
"Auras were scientifically tested and failed. People who claim to read auras may actually see something, but there is no objective reality behind what they see. The aura readers may be perfectly honest in what they report seeing. The visible aura may…"
"Sorry it took me so long to respond all. I am new to this site. If anyone could kindly tell me how to get to my comments on my profile without having to go through my email, it would be greatly appreciated. I've never been one for technology…"
"I have never thought of religion in that way. I'm certain there is a word for this in psychology. Placebo effect comes to mind. Not sure if that's the right term I'm thinking of. Thanks for your input!"
"Crap. Pure and simple. However, there is something called Kirilian photography, that captures the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges that surrounds objects that is scientific, but has been appropriated by the psuedoscientific community…"
"Very interesting link. Thanks for posting. I have heard of epileptics who see "auras" right before they go into a seizure. I had a feeling though that this woman was full of it when it comes to seeing peoples "auras." Either that…"
"From what little reading I have done the answer is no. There is lots of people like the ones you speak of that claim there is proof, but I find no one that can produce that proof. I think it is one of those silly ideas that people latch on to that…"
If anyone could kindly tell me how to get to my comments on my profile without having to go through my email,...
I'm not clear on what you're asking. When you receive an individual comment, such as this one, it's on the comment wall of your profile. The only way to find out if someone responds to a comment you make in a group, as far as I know, is to look at the subsequent comments in that group.
Ning does keep track of discussion replies, however. Anytime you participate in a discussion, subsequent replies will be found in "My Discussions", in the drop down menu from My Pages (the second link from the left at the very top of your page). If you replied to a discussion yesterday, today you can find that discussion and see if anyone else said something since.
After you've searched for topics of interest in "Groups" above and in the "Forums", don't forget to look at recent activity which hides along the right margin of the page all the way at the bottom.
On a personal note, I've developed an animated gif technique, sort of “pull quote marries slideshow”. Samples are scattered across various groups, but you can find them easily by going to my twitter account. Each tweet has a link (after the description and before the hashtags) to a visually rich example here at Atheist Nexus. If you like them, please follow me