posted on May, 6 2012 @ 08:57 AM
I totally accept the plausible viability of this notion. What I've been most struck by, as I've moved forward in my own research into the
metaphysical staples, is how consistently it's been the case that the supernatural and paranormal has had a very natural explanation once you've
properly adjusted the basis of your examination.
One discovery I've made in particular is that taking the conceptual basis of quantum physics and correctly applying that unitary structure to
physical existence as a whole (including data, intellectual and conceptual emergences, ramifications, occurrences, event trajectories, contextual
relationships, and precedences) and not limiting that definitive structure to the tiny slice that is the physical interaction between material wholes,
opens up an enormous and original perspective on literally everything that we've been puzzling over since we first started noticing more than what it
takes to immediately survive. In fact, extremely compelling answers to the largest and most intractable mysteries immediately begin to emerge when you
allow the entire whole of reality to fully associate as one whole in that manner, and in a way that doesn't happen when you isolate those islands of
traditional focus (science, spiritual, theological, psychological, philosophical) and assume each island to occupy completely incompatible spheres of
reality, as has been the way we've approached these issues over the centuries.
This synesthesia explanation merits further study, at the very least. Perception has always required the assistance of accurate contextual placement.