[LINK] electromagnetic fields effect brain activity

Mike Shearer mike.shearer at jcu.edu.au
Mon Jan 8 09:37:35 AEDT 2007

Stephen Loosley wrote:
> 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?
> Cheers,
> Stephen
> 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.
Extremely unlikely, ever.  Unless you are satisfied with a fuzzy 
so-broad-its-meaningless message, to which you attach your own meaning 
and then feel that there has been real communication.   Such as you can 
already get with channellers and psychics.

Mike Shearer  BA, BPsych(Hons) PGDipClinPsych
James Cook University
Townsville   Queensland 4810

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