posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 10:15 PM
Hmm, without TOO much study on this -- I just want to call out two things;
1) Whenever you start off a new scientific breakthrough with the term "proven fact" -- you automatically fall into the realm of; "the less proof I
have, the more stridently I enforce my belief." We see this with religious fundamentalists who "choose not to" put things up for debate, and we see
this with people who might believe something unprovable like Astrology. Proof is repeatable -- so until other scientists can reproduce "Mr. Big
Name's" discovery, nothing is proven except the claim.
2) Having said that, I can see how this is possible in a number of ways. I'll put aside my own theories about immune system's and such, and just
look at the concept of "entanglement via magnetic fields." Certain organs or physiology of the human body, obviously is paying attention to things
outside our perception. We are not constantly aware of our own heartbeat or stomach digestion unless there is a problem or we choose to. Taking this
concept further, there are probably MANY things such as pheromones, radio fields, chemicals, bacteria and the like, that our body organs are coping
with, and detecting -- such things can carry a LOT of information that if we could access it, might be called psychic.
If a bloodhound could talk -- it would astound people as a psychic by walking into a room and being able to tell you who entered it for the past few
days. What most of them ate for breakfast, and which of the people was pregnant.
The optical system in the human brain is very mapped out -- meaning, that it probably is very similar between different people's brains -- compared
to speech centers and the like, which grow as they are stimulated. Since we can assume that almost everyone has had every rod and cone in the eye
stimulated -- it makes more sense that the brain follow a more specific pattern, rather than organically grow as demands and stimulus coax new
connections. This is why scientists have been able to "map" the images being recorded right inside the brains of animals in the lab. So the optical
system is likely MOST similar between humans.
Real Telepathy, would require some sort of "feel" for another person's brain, and some mechanism to transmit and receive data. Since the brain is
electrical -- if you had some sort of sensitive em detector around the brain - you MIGHT get some information. But without an identical brain to MAP
each electrical spark to -- the data is meaningless. Each axon and dendrite in a human's brain is encoding different information.
However, in the optical region of the brain, it's possible that an electrical impulse MIGHT be localized enough, so that someone could detect that
someone saw a spark in the upper right corner and if mapped to another brain -- they would at least have that simple bit of data. It's not nearly as
useful as a cell phone -- but it's something.
>> The introduction of a magnetic field that is "synced" to another magnetic field, also complicates the claim of "Telepathy" because in this
case, it might just be using a human's head as a very dull antennae to receive radio waves. Radio waves meeting a conductor CAN induce a small
electrical field. If the magnetic field is rotating at the same rate around both people's heads, then a small current moving through one could cause
an ancillary charge to "push" on the radio antennae of the receiving band, and induce a spark in the same LOCATION within the band of the
You could do the same thing with an MRI machine -- track increased blood flow in a part of the brain, and then have ANOTHER MRI "push" the fields in
part of the brain -- causing more heat which MIGHT increase blood flow -- it's just that MRI's are designed to evenly distribute magnetic fields and
detect the quick differences in pole changes of atoms inside someone's head -- but if you change the distribution of fields, that means you PUSH the
pole changes more or less.
MRI's don't PRODUCE thoughts or errant electrical fields, because the frequency is not low band like radio waves, and probably aren't going to
introduce an electrical current because there are no metallic structures in the brain.
Using another band of EM radiation like Microwaves, wouldn't create a spark, but at the right frequency and strength, it could COOK your brain.
>> So before we JUMP to conclusions here -- I would want to know if you couldn't create "visual stimulus" with this magnetic band WITHOUT a human
transmitter. You might use a ferro-fluid pumping in a loop near where a subjects eye would be in the transmitter, and see if it doesn't "spark" an
image in the receiver. There are other "tests" I could think of, to try and figure out WHAT is creating the information transfer.
>> This isn't to say that I don't think Quantum Entanglement is impossible. There's evidence that some birds have quantum visual abilities similar
to "SQUIDS" (not the animal, the sensor) and they can SEE magnetic fields.