telepathy: and if only it was real, why not?
I have just read an article about which talks about the fact that whales possess a form of communication that allows them to signal other whales hundreds of miles away. Some experts say it is indeed a form of telepathy. That make me joke!
Does human telepathy exist? This question can make laugh many people; what appear in your mind is an image of " heroes". But what Is there scientific evidence for this particular form of extra-sensory perception (ESP)?
Certainly if human telepathy existed we could explain many weird human experiences. Personally i think that it is a personal experience, and a reality. For me each human being has this ability at a certain level, but not the same for everybody. Some are good thelepath and others less.Telepathy would explain many strange little happenings such as these, or even something that is very common: we hear the telephone ring and we know who's ringing before we pick up the phone.
The fact remains that there is no scientific proof that human telepathy exists.
Telepathy means direct communication from one mind to another. It refers to the supposed ability to perceive the thoughts of others without the use of recognised senses. The term was first used in 1882 by psychologist, F W Myers.
If telepathy existed, it would dramatically violate several established laws of physics. For instance, with telepathy, it doesn't seem to matter how far apart two people are or how many other people there are in between them when the "communication" takes place. The messages seem to be able to span great distances, slide around corners, penetrate walls, and travel under water. There is simply no question of distance!!!! It is the power of human mind.
Personally, martial art has help me to develop thelepathy at a high level for three years, i think that it was simply because i practiced some spiritual martial art. The fact was that i received and i could easyly know the thought of others, but couldn't explain why, and how i could do it. It was a mystery, i'm christian and i considered that it is a grace of God.
Those who have attempted to account for so-called telepathic experiences usually cite one of two explanations.
The first is the Radio Wave Theory. According to this idea, telepathy works like radio waves. People often speak of "vibes" as though there were telepathic "brain-waves" going from one person to another. The problem with this theory is that if there were some kind of wave, we ought to be able to detect it coming from people's brains. But we cannot. The brain's electrical activity can be detected at best only a few centimeters away from the skull. There would also need to be a "vibes" transmitter in one brain and a "vibes" receiver in the other brain. No sign of either has ever been detected in any human brain. Also, the strength of the "signal" ought to decay with distance. But it seems it does not.
The second is the Timeless/Spaceless Psychic Field theory. According to this idea, there is some unknown "psychic field" in which the impressions of every thought are stored for all time. Telepathy involves somehow picking-up these vibes from this psychic field.
However, no evidence for any such psychic field has ever been discovered. Furthermore, if it did, we would be inundated with the trillions of thoughts left behind by every human who ever existed - everyone from Alexander the Great to Hitler's tailor.
It is inconceivable to imagine how one brain could pick up only those messages it needed and ignore all the rest. And if it could select which messages to read, what would be the basis for the selection? What brain mechanism would be employed for this, etc.?
Science cannot completely rule out such unusual forms of human communication. As we learn more about the brain, perhaps we will one day uncover the full extent of our brain's communicative ability. Perhaps we do have some ability of which we are now totally unaware. Perhaps we are now incapable of utilising this ability, but if the precise conditions emerge, the ability will emerge. This is what i seriously think of.
For example, we might indeed "see" our child in danger if such factors as emotion are necessary to come into play making such unusual communication possible. Perhaps this ability shows itself fleetingly, only to hide again in our bodies and brains because conditions are not precise enough to allow a re-appearance.
While science says no to human telepathy now, perhaps there is much more to learn. Perhaps the whales may "communicate" a new truth someday. Perhaps the next century will tell us the truth!