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22nd Oct '16 5:22:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek''
** The Talosians in the [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries original pilot]], "The Cage".
** ExpandedUniverse materials regarding the Deltans, (Ilia from ''Film/StarTrekTheMotionPicture'' is one of them) has them as telepaths. Ilia shows such ability when she stops someone's pain by touching them. All Deltans are also bald.
** Remans, from ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'', are telepathic and bald.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek''
''Franchise/StarTrek''
** The Talosians in the [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries original pilot]], "The Cage".
Cage".
** ExpandedUniverse materials regarding the Deltans, (Ilia from ''Film/StarTrekTheMotionPicture'' is one of them) has them as telepaths. Ilia shows such ability when she stops someone's pain by touching them. All Deltans are also bald.
bald.
** Remans, from ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'', are telepathic and bald.



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18th Oct '16 4:02:37 PM nombretomado
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* Mentor, in ''FreedomForce'', is both a psychic and bald. As he's something of a combination of Professor Xavier from {{Franchise/XMen}} and the ComicBook/MartianManhunter, it should be no surprise.

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* Mentor, in ''FreedomForce'', ''VideoGame/FreedomForce'', is both a psychic and bald. As he's something of a combination of Professor Xavier from {{Franchise/XMen}} ''Franchise/XMen'' and the ComicBook/MartianManhunter, it should be no surprise.
14th Oct '16 8:29:15 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMen'': Hank recommends to Charles that he shaves his head in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' so that Cerebro will work more efficiently. It's strongly implied in the other films that Xavier is a more potent psychic when he's bald.

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* ''Film/XMen'': ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'': Hank recommends to Charles that he shaves his head in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' so that Cerebro will work more efficiently. It's strongly implied in the other films that Xavier is a more potent psychic when he's bald.
27th Jul '16 2:24:16 PM WillBGood
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* The TropeMaker and probable TropeCodifier is the 1953 novel ''Mutant'' by C.L. Moore and Creator/HenryKuttner, a FixUp of five short stories about a race of mutated humans called "Baldies" who are telepathic and completely hairless.

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* The TropeMaker and probable TropeCodifier is the 1953 novel FixUpNovel ''Mutant'' by C.L. Moore and Creator/HenryKuttner, a FixUp of compiled five short stories about a race of post-nuclear mutated humans called "Baldies" who are telepathic and completely hairless.
27th Jul '16 2:23:34 PM WillBGood
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* The TropeMaker and probable TropeCodifier is the 1953 novel ''Mutant'' by Creator/CLMoore and Creator/HenryKuttner, a FixUp of five short stories about a race of mutated humans called "Baldies" who are telepathic and completely hairless.

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* The TropeMaker and probable TropeCodifier is the 1953 novel ''Mutant'' by Creator/CLMoore C.L. Moore and Creator/HenryKuttner, a FixUp of five short stories about a race of mutated humans called "Baldies" who are telepathic and completely hairless.
27th Jul '16 2:23:02 PM WillBGood
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* The TropeMaker and probable TropeCodifer is the 1953 novel ''Mutant'' by Creator/CLMoore and Creator/HenryKuttner, a FixUp of five short stories about a race of mutated humans called "Baldies" who are telepathic and completely hairless.

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* The TropeMaker and probable TropeCodifer TropeCodifier is the 1953 novel ''Mutant'' by Creator/CLMoore and Creator/HenryKuttner, a FixUp of five short stories about a race of mutated humans called "Baldies" who are telepathic and completely hairless.
27th Jul '16 2:21:05 PM WillBGood
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* The TropeMaker and probable TropeCodifer is the 1953 novel ''Mutant'' by Creator/CLMoore and Creator/HenryKuttner, a FixUp of five short stories about a race of mutated humans called "Baldies" who are telepathic and completely hairless.
30th Jun '16 1:07:11 PM siberia82
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** Professor X, leader of the {{Franchise/XMen}}, the most powerful telepath in the Marvel Universe.

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** Professor X, leader of the {{Franchise/XMen}}, ''Franchise/XMen'', is the most powerful telepath in the Marvel Universe.


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* ''Film/XMen'': Hank recommends to Charles that he shaves his head in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' so that Cerebro will work more efficiently. It's strongly implied in the other films that Xavier is a more potent psychic when he's bald.
29th Apr '16 3:45:59 PM Dhakadice
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PsychicPowers are a common occurrence throughout various media, fitting into many different genres. It gives a character awesome abilities, but seems to often come at a price: It would seem that much of this same media would infer that hair follicles inhibit the ability to properly access these powers, and so many psychics lack hair.[note]Ironically, hair functions as a sensory organ in real-life. There's also the new age belief that hair functions as an aural antenna. Fictional portrayals though, might suggest psychic powers work better with less distractions from physical stimuli.[/note]

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PsychicPowers are a common occurrence throughout various media, fitting into many different genres. It gives a character awesome abilities, but seems to often come at a price: It would seem that much of this same media would infer that hair follicles inhibit the ability to properly access these powers, and so many psychics lack hair.[note]Ironically, [[note]]Ironically, hair functions as a sensory organ in real-life. There's also the new age belief that hair functions as an aural antenna. Fictional portrayals though, might suggest psychic powers work better with less distractions from physical stimuli.[/note]
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29th Apr '16 3:43:52 PM Dhakadice
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PsychicPowers are a common occurrence throughout various media, fitting into many different genres. It gives a character awesome abilities, but seems to often come at a price: It would seem that much of this same media would infer that hair follicles inhibit the ability to properly access these powers, and so many psychics lack hair.

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PsychicPowers are a common occurrence throughout various media, fitting into many different genres. It gives a character awesome abilities, but seems to often come at a price: It would seem that much of this same media would infer that hair follicles inhibit the ability to properly access these powers, and so many psychics lack hair. \n[note]Ironically, hair functions as a sensory organ in real-life. There's also the new age belief that hair functions as an aural antenna. Fictional portrayals though, might suggest psychic powers work better with less distractions from physical stimuli.[/note]
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