posted on Mar, 3 2014 @ 08:27 PM
reply to post by onequestion
If you gather enough data points, say over a life time, your subconscious can mix and match them in various ways at high speeds. You will have a
"feeling" that you should act a certain way or that something will happen. If you had data on everything and enough processing speed you could
potentially know everything that would likely happen, still in probabilities, but as close to 100% psychic as you could ever be.
What do you want psychic to mean though?
I do a lot of abstract thinking which mainly involves the law of analogy. Everything is the same thing if you compare it correctly. I can find out
things that are likely true using that, but I don't call that psychic.
I think the line is drawn when you get knowledge without any connections at all. Sometimes I will hear someone screaming my name and I run to help
them, only to find they never opened their mouth, but that they did in fact need me. I have dreamed the future. But then again, are those
extrapolations from under the surface?
Truthfully I don't believe anything is separate, so nothing is psychic at that level. Words start failing when objects and subjects are hard to
define. It is the I that is us knowing.
Or like John Lennon said paraphrased. "Stare at a flower long enough and all answers are in it. It's just there, like a profound
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