posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 05:55 PM
Originally posted by Portugoal
What can we do with these laser beams? To date, I haven't seen through anyones clothes or any thing of that sort. Kind of a silly
superpower...actually its not a superpower at all.
Why is this important, besides the fact that it sounds cool?
The human race is known to exist, in current form, for several thousand years. We have documentation of the human body going back a good 5k years.
Greys Anatomy, THE book for medical school, is from over a century. In all this time, every possible aspect of the human body has been documented.
Right down to the eastern body energy channels and such.
Given this long history of very solid understanding of human anatomy, you honestly don't find anything important in disovering a previously unknown
body function? You must be the most stoic person I have ever encountered. LOL.
Ingo Swann believed that there were around 17 different sensory organs. He also believed that "psi" was not only able to transcend time/space, but
that it had EM properties when employed in certain ways. His famous experiment on the Neutron detector was, in effect, him using his "mind" to
alter the EM signature of the Neutron Detector. EM waves are present in many of his experiments.
This is a nice piece of information. Thank you, OP, for sharing it with us.