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Anthem
November 13th, 2013, 10:23 AM
I was in class yesterday, I turned on a calculator and it typed this out, as if a human hand typed it out:
0.58
I did not know what it meant, but I did some math to find out what it means, it calculates my age in 2058, which is 60.
Then, after I did some other math, it typed
444,444
Idk what that means, it typed it out as if a human hand were typing it.
It then, right when I picked it up, started typing:
888,888
I put it down immediately, then it typed this:
8,888,888
This scared the shit out of me, it seemed so real
I started speculating thinking it was my grandmother, which is dead, talking to me through numbers.

After the last numbers, it never did anything again. I think I am going crazy. I don't know if what happened was real, I doubt it was a glitch because it would spam numbers as if I was typing really fast but it was like a human was typing.

Am I going crazy?


I have bipolar disorder along with a high functioning autism.

I swear the calculator was being typed by someone.

The numbers would stop typing when I would pick it up.

I didn't tell anyone because I don't want people to think I am dumb or something.

What should I do?

Dark Hatred
December 10th, 2013, 05:21 PM
If you think you have schizo, it could have been a hallucination and none of it actually happened.

Katiya
December 16th, 2013, 10:37 PM
People won't think your stupid.

You likely have a psychotic disorder or a medication your on may be causing psychotic symptoms.

Its very important to see your doctor about this, certain other factors can cause this but this very much needs to be treated.

skiman
December 16th, 2013, 10:55 PM
It could be real... Maybe your calculator got hacked...

ksdnfkfr
December 16th, 2013, 10:56 PM
a series of 8's means the thing is malfunctioning.
if not solar powered the battery is running low.

Katiya
December 21st, 2013, 12:10 AM
You can't hack calculators. Least not your average school ones.

If it were just 8s but he's said other numbers as well. And it only did so when he touched it. Most calculators are solar. With exception of some large ones but they don't even have those in my college even. Neither did the school last I knew.

He could be just a troll making some entertainment. But if not, he obviously can not distinguish fantasy from reality, and this is the hallmark of psychosis. A normal person would have went "dude look my calculators gone weird and showed it to someone or dismissed it if it were a real malfunction" not set thinking "omg was this real or fake?"

Sure everyone has moments where they aren't paying attention and think back and wonder about wether or not they day dreamed something. Especially after any head trauma or lack of sleep. But not such things remarked like this so imdiatly. Sounds suspicious and if this has happened before or keeps happening should be looked into. Often these things can be treated when caught early and also determined if this is caused by a deficiency in any nutrient or a neurological problem rather than mental.