But only part of him was listening. Another part, even if it hadn't read Chomsky or Jung or Sheldrake — who had time for dead guys anyway? — at least had a basic understanding of what those guys had gone on about. Quantum nonlocality, quantum consciousness — Desjardins had seen too many cases of mass coincidence to dismiss the idea that nine billion human minds could be imperceptibly interconnected somehow. He'd never really thought about it much, but on some level hed believed in the Collective Unconscious for years.
He just hadnt realized that the fucking thing had a death wish.