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The Real Sixth Sense--Measurable and Detectable

 
Sandi_T
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The Real Sixth Sense--Measurable and Detectable
The Platypus has a special sense that humans don't have. They detect objects with their bills through the means of low grade electrical impulses that objects give off:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

It's called Electroreception. It's limited to aquatic creatures.

What's interesting to me about this is the fact that it really underscores the fact that we give off electrical signals to our environment all the time. All things do.

Some creatures with electroreception can even actively generate electrical fields that act somewhat in the same way as a bat's echo-location. Except, of course, without sound.

This explains kirlian photography:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Which I think is an amazing and interesting phenomenon. The photography changes the electrical signals that the platypus can read with its sixth sense into one of the senses we have--vision.

So when someone says they have a sixth sense, now you can ask them if they electrolocate.

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Re: The Real Sixth Sense--Measurable and Detectable
all living things give off a large em field. it's how you know when someone is behind you etc.

if you experiment with your "soft sense" (ability to feel the infintessimals/subtle flux of currents and voltage in your body and your body's field etc) you can codify and learn your own language of flux.

you will feel people, plant, and animal "minds" which is supposed to open the gates to the halls of cosmic disillusion, that is. Seeing the apparatus that surrounds you is in fact, you, you dissolve into infinity; eternity.
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Re: The Real Sixth Sense--Measurable and Detectable
The Platypus has a special sense that humans don't have. They detect objects with their bills through the means of low grade electrical impulses that objects give off:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

It's called Electroreception. It's limited to aquatic creatures.

What's interesting to me about this is the fact that it really underscores the fact that we give off electrical signals to our environment all the time. All things do.

Some creatures with electroreception can even actively generate electrical fields that act somewhat in the same way as a bat's echo-location. Except, of course, without sound.

This explains kirlian photography:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Which I think is an amazing and interesting phenomenon. The photography changes the electrical signals that the platypus can read with its sixth sense into one of the senses we have--vision.

So when someone says they have a sixth sense, now you can ask them if they electrolocate.

chuckle
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Excellent Sandi T! Good stuff...
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Re: The Real Sixth Sense--Measurable and Detectable
all living things give off a large em field. it's how you know when someone is behind you etc.

if you experiment with your "soft sense" (ability to feel the infintessimals/subtle flux of currents and voltage in your body and your body's field etc) you can codify and learn your own language of flux.

you will feel people, plant, and animal "minds" which is supposed to open the gates to the halls of cosmic disillusion, that is. Seeing the apparatus that surrounds you is in fact, you, you dissolve into infinity; eternity.
 Quoting: Liege 531687

How does one go about learning this ability to sense flux?
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