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I've attached an encrypted PDF with the image of playing cards, if you can name all of them correctly then that would be evidence supporting your alleged telepathy, or proof that you can crack PDF encryption, either way I'll be very impressed.
I'm sure the people who knew Galileo in his time thought he was crazy for his theory, but he knew it was real. That can be said many times over about major scientific breakthroughs. Why is this any different?
Try reading Rupert Sheldrake (bona fide scientist, Ph D etc. in neuroscience)
Neurophysiologist and consciousness researcher Christof Koch, for example, has stated that discussing Sheldrake's ideas is a "waste of time," given the absence of hard, physical evidence and Sheldrake's lack of understanding of modern neurobiology.
" there are people who can train themselves to navigate by the earths magnetism but they cant articulate how they do it, they just get a sense of the right direction."Any evidence for that?
I saw a demonstration of this in a BBC2 documentary but I cant remember which one. It wouldn't allow me to download the pdf its too large doi:10.1088/1741-2560/2/4/R02Beyond sensory substitution—learning the sixth senseSaskia K Nagel, Christine Carl, Tobias Kringe, Robert M¨artin and Peter K¨onig
Déjà entendu, (literally "already heard") is the experience of feeling sure that one has already heard something, even though the exact details are uncertain and/or were perhaps imagined.
I ordered a course on the Brain and Sensory Perception (Peter Vishton, College of William and Mary) It covers the five senses ...
Quote from: cheryl j on 03/02/2013 20:52:28I ordered a course on the Brain and Sensory Perception (Peter Vishton, College of William and Mary) It covers the five senses ...Only five ?, the course must come in instalments ... http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=46506.msg402277#msg402277