Disjunction Sickness

Walsingham, V. F., at the Intrusion Arebiology Conference

From this comprehensive study of symptoms across a range of species, we can conclude that there are no observable animal cases of the so-called “disjunction sickness”. This suggests it’s unlikely that there is any physiological basis for the condition in humans, consistent with the idea that sickness from exposure to what were intrusion areas is little more than superstition or “magic”. Further, it is readily apparent that any detrimental effect to humans from the Other Place should have been observed in their stable human populations.

While further research is needed to conclusively rule out human disjunction sickness, I am confident that our results will show that it’s either the nocebo effect on a grand scale, or mendacious work from a group like Actors Anonymous.

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Disjunction Sickness

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