posted on Jul, 6 2004 @ 04:00 AM
Originally posted by browha
I used to be a fan of X-ray vision but after my physics teacher debunked it for me, uh-uh...
You need an x-ray emitter and receiver for this to work... medically you use film/or plates to receive, and emitting requires certain materials or
the only way for her to have x-ray vision is to have some sort of receiver in her eyes, and her brain capable of processing and handling the
Sorry but No.
and sun isnt exactly a factual tabloid.
Actualy, X-ray vision is a wrong name for a phenomenon and ability that I believe can exist in human beings, since it already exists and has existed
for a loong loooong time in other animals.
When someone is born able to see a wider light spectrum then the general population, preferably in the Infra red range, then he or she will be able to
see the inside of a physical body, but in the way of seeing heat and heat "knots" inside the body, an anomilous heat knot in your body points to a
spot where theres an infection and such.
Snakes among other creatures see in the IR range.
This story is total bogus imho though. The part "she went in a trance for several minutes ..." is the big tip for that. Super natural capabilities,
like IR vision would be native abilities not requiring anything like a "trance".
You'd just do it.