[LINK] electromagnetic fields effect brain activity

Stephen Loosley stephen at melbpc.org.au
Mon Jan 8 03:50:06 AEDT 2007

At 01:49 PM 6/01/2007, Rachel wrote:

>On Sat, 6 Jan 2007, Antony wrote:
>>On 31/12/2006, at 3:45 PM, Stewart wrote:
>>>I'll start worrying about ESP the first day I ever get the slightest
>>>evidence (or even 'inkling') that it exists.  I've watched the claims for 60
>>>years, and never seen anything stand up to even a modicum of scientific
>>>examination or evaluation.
>>Research into the paranormal seems to follow a kind of quantum uncertainty principle.
>>The more effort you put into trying to measure an effect the more it seems to go away :^)
>I am surprised no one got around to mentioning the obvious.... http://zapatopi.net/afdb/

Yes, and I would suggest we put all this together, and start seriously
looking at science-assisted-extra-sensory-perception .. and of even
more importance .. science-assisted-extra-sensory-communication.

And yes at first it may take a hat with 64 EMF detectors, but once we
know the frequencies (12Hz?), the signal pulse-rates and the various
neuron-areas which create human electromagnetic brain-wave fields
(accurate 3D EMF brain-maps), then increasingly powerful computer
algorithms may mean that 'extra-sensory' (and even two-way) human
communication is possible. For example amplified 'telepathy' of text?

Being one species I bet humans process text in much the same way
with the same frequencies, bit-patterns and brain-neuron locations. If
so it's reasonable to suppose technology could transfer our mind-info
directly as one data-stream, and thus, send and receive text directly?

ps, with many examples of 'loving-empathy' human communications
especially, reportedly received telepathically though, I wouldn't be at
all surprised if, in extreme moments, we humans did have this ability.

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