The Science Of Telepathy
Telepathy is thought of today, at least by most people, as some kind of 'magic'-and so, something mystical. Yet, history proves that all kinds of things that are science today were 'magic' back when few people understood them or they were believed to be impossible. So...why can't telepathy be another one of these natural phenomena that is simply written off by many as superstitious magic today because, as of yet, it hasn't been fully comprehended by science?
The fields of paraphysics and parapsychology study (among other things) telepathic communication. Experiments are conducted in a scientific manner into the phenomenon of telepathy, with new data coming to light all of the time.
Oftentimes the results of the experiments are very intriguing. For something like telepathy to be considered by the science world to be a scientific fact it has to be possible to measure it, the results must be consistent, and the results must be repeatable. However, when it comes to telepathy the results are not always repeatable or consistent. While science then declares telepathy as improvable of unsubstantiated, others point out that perhaps they just haven't invented the proper tests yet, since we still do not know or understand why some people are telepathic.
Is it possible for humans to use telepathic abilities, communicating with each other using only thought? After all, there are communications technologies which we can't see, hear, smell, touch or taste but are very real – ever seen a radio wave? Of course not, but you know that they are real. Our minds are not radio transmitters, however.
..Or, is it? One thing that science does know and acknowledge is that there are electromagnetic waves generated by the brain called 'thought waves'. And researchers who have not dismissed telepathy say that this is the key insight that is needed to understand it.
The brain consists of biochemical neurons that transmit electro-chemical impulses between its many different synapses. And, since these are electro-chemical impulses, they do generate minuscule but real, and measurable, electrical currents. Of course, these currents also create tiny magnetic fields. Keep in mind that there are thousands upon thousands upon thousands of synapses firing in the brain every second.
Telepathy researchers are trying to find if the bio-electric and bio-magnetic fields created in our brains could be a means of communicating with others. Can a message be carried on these signals, or is it just so much static? If thoughts can carry information to others, is it possible to learn telepathy through mental training? Are meditation and controlled thought a viable way of training one's mind to use its inherent telepathic abilities?
Another problem is the weakness of the electrical or magnetic field. It can easily be drowned out by the electrical and magnetic fields of everyday technology—stereos, televisions, computers, even microwaves and refrigerators all send out much larger electrical and magnetic fields.
With the magnetic or electrical fields there are problems and these fields can easily be drowned out by the technology of everyday items like televisions, microwaves, refrigerators, stereos produce much bigger electrical and magnetic fields. Can there possibly be a way to the magnetic and electrical fields of the human brain? For example during an emotionally heightened state, such as shock, fear, pain, or the feeling of danger. A temporary spike in bio-magnetic and bio-electrical is created by the neural synapses firing in the brain.
Telepathic communication has been documented in some individuals who were undergoing these heightened emotional states – for instance, the mother who knows her child is in danger, even if they are thousands of miles apart. There may be a link between these emotional states and telepathic communication – but is their being related to each other a factor; or is it all just a coincidence?
As you have no doubt become aware as you have read this, no scientific research has provided evidence that telepathy is an absolute fact. But that is the science of today and it is beginning to change. With an increase in studies we are seeing that telepathy does actually exist. And anyone can learn how to be telepathic if they receive the proper training.
When we say someone is 'telepathic' are we talking about something that really exists? Most people think not—they dismiss the idea as mysticism or science fiction. On the other hand, don't we live in a world where people fly on a regular basis? Where information floats invisibly through the air for use with laptops and cell phones? Where anyone can conjure a tongue of flame in their hand with the use of a dollar cigarette lighter?
A modern piece of proverbial wisdom is that sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Science and technology is the domain of human beings, and we use these unique powers to discover hidden things about the natural world, hidden principles that we can then use. What was 'impossible' 100 years ago is today routine. We have gone to the depths of the ocean and left this planet entirely...and come back (well, some of us have, but that proves that most or all of us could). We can convert sunlight into power and energy. We can write a message and have it instantaneously delivered, all in tact, to someone even if they are on another continent from us. And it's all thanks to science, not 'magic', isn't it?
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