posted on Sep, 8 2007 @ 10:49 AM
I want to relate a story of a former schoolmate of mine. This guy has an uncanny ability to predict when it will rain. I'd say, out of 10 times, he
gets it right 8 times. And as for the two times that he misses, it's because he couldn't predict the wind patterns. Rain still poured down, just not
where he figured it will.
There was once in class when he suddenly said to me "it's gonna rain in a bit." I looked out the window, the sun was shining. I told him "dude,
it's scorching out there," and just when I finished the sentence, a loud crash of thunder rocked the school block. I was flabbergasted. Soon it
started to drizzle, and sunshine gave way to lightning flashes. That was the first time he revealed to me his predictive ability.
Naturally I was curious as to how he could make such forecasts. So the next time he told me it was going to rain, I asked him how can he be so sure.
He told me, "touch my left forearm." I touched it, looking at him puzzled. Then he told me to touch his right forearm. I did so but I didn't get
what the point was.
He then asked me "do you sense any difference in the temperature?" That was when I realized his left arm was significantly cooler than his right
arm. Ever since then, back in school whenever we made any plans for an outing, we'd touch his left arm to gauge the weather.
That was 10 years ago. I have no idea what happened to the guy.
Now my question to all of you, how is this scientifically possible? Are there any others out there who have this sort of predictive ability?
I look forward to any explanation or response.