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It may not happen often but I find myself agreeing completely with Alan McD on this.Just one point (which is enough to kill a theory) "Each of these is pretty well established and recognized as the core interactive methods a person uses to exchange with it environment. Energy is captured from the surrounding and converted into usable information."In general, where I am in the North of England, I am warmer than my environment. Anything I touch is warmed up by contact with my skin. Similalrly if I inhale some odourous molecule the exhalle it again I warm it up. In both these cases (and most others) I impart energy to my environment not the other way round.The reverse idea (as put forward by Bishadi) is plainly wrong.
just how the branches of the sciences are a little shy of giving us a straight answer as to 'how it works.'
Quotejust how the branches of the sciences are a little shy of giving us a straight answer as to 'how it works.'Really?
Are you suggesting that Magic is involved, somehow?
As to the reticence to give a 'straight answer', there isn't 'an' answer but a range of types of sensor, using a range of different energy inputs.Perhaps we could have your 'correct' version of their detailed function?