posted on Apr, 7 2013 @ 01:09 AM
Originally posted by TheSparrowSings
The article explains how subjects where analyzed before and after receiving a completely random stimuli. Results showed that things like blood
pressure, brain waves, and electrical measurements in the skin where noted to have significantly changed 10 to 2 seconds prior to the event.
Yeah I've known about this for a long time. Made me depressed for a long time.
I always thought "Isn't that basically fate?" Our brain is telling our body to move or prepare to move at the correct time to whatever event it is
regardless of whether we consciously want to.
It's like you telling me to "Get out of the way!" and my subconscious already sending electrical signals to my mouth, preparing the muscles to move
and talk and repeat the words "Oh Noes!" 7 seconds later when I consciously see and then diving out of the way of a run away car of some lady who
forgot to put the parking brake on.
I thought well if our subconscious knows the future, and acts on it before our conscious thoughts, then how is it not controlling every aspect of my
life, and not my conscious self?
It's like your subconscious knowing 7 seconds earlier that you do the conversation you're going to be having with someone, know what they're going
to say, and thus prepares your muscles to move and continue conversing back with a snippy comment before you've consciously even heard a word being
Where do our conscious thoughts come from? and why do they matter if our subconscious is seeing the future and changing our physiological state a full
7 seconds in advance.