Is telepathy real?

What is Telepathy?


With the start of the twentieth century, the concept of telepathy took a booming start, but it has no historical or cultural norms adhered to it.

Ever since its development, telepathy has become a controversial point, and science doesn’t admit its existence. However, the incidents related to telepathy are increasing with each passing day.

But what is telepathy?

It is defined as the transmission of the thoughts from one mind to another without using any technological device. We can call it the wireless communication between the brains.
Science experts say that it’s in the radical changes that can be identified in the adoption of a broad use of telepathy, then it would revolutionize the world, but on the other side, some other scientists say that there are no physics behind it, so it cannot be true at all.

They say that the human brain isn’t functional to act as a receptor over the distance due to which telepathy is just another vague term. If the classical physics is to be studied, there are no sign of agreement for the telepathy. However, quantum physics supports telepathy to some extent, and their enthusiasts think that quantum physics could be a real thing.

There is no alarming here as people have already experienced telepathy, and there is evidence of some sort of success in various lab test in which however no human brain was involved but rather “rats” where the main beings inducing through it, strange but true.

But how does that happen? The human brain transfers messages and information in the form of electrical signals. Another human mind cannot receive these signals, however by using specific electronic devices, the connection could (at least in theory) possible. After the interpretation of the signals, the device would then transmits the information to another mind. But How? What the frequency? How does a mind know how to log into another? There is no many answers to it.

It appears that implanted electrodes are designed to read the brain activity as they have the capability to activate the brain cells. But that requires an electrode needle implantation in the brain, which is well, pretty impractical, and clingy.

For such a purpose, one can use EEG. EEG has an integration of the electrodes that record the electrical activity of the brain cells. But how does it transfer those signals? Yet again, it is still unknown to this day science.

There are also limitations to the EEG development patterns as it conducts a limited number of activities or words. But again, we bounce back to the transfer of thoughts into someone other’s mind. In a scientific way, you can set up a transcranial magnetic stimulation wand over your head. This wand works on developing a magnetic field, and when it’s switched on over the head, it activates the brain through the current passage. This is the scientific demonstration of the telepathy, or we may call it the EEG activity. This experiment was conducted in 2014, but the actual telepathy goes back in date.

If you are aware of primordial ooze, telepathy has been implemented for quite a long time if it’s restricted to sending a message from one brain to another.
In the end, we would like to narrow it down to Neuralink and how the language is affecting the telepathy paradigms.
But if the language isn’t there, would the telepathy still be the same? Perhaps we might find the answers soon with the Elon Musk’s remarkable results regarding the subject!

19 thoughts on “Is telepathy real?

  1. Cherish Ryder says:

    To date, science refuses to accept its existence. Yet at the same time, it is not unheard of testimonies and implications to inexplicable telepathic experiences.

  2. Heidi Goodwin says:

    Weirdly enough, thousands of people say they have experienced it, but until now it has never been possible to reproduce this phenomenon in a laboratory?

  3. Ayush Ross says:

    Scientists have repeatedly stressed that telepathy, from a physical point of view, is not plausible. There is no area of the brain that can emit or receive communications from a distance. Furthermore, the electromagnetic activity of the brain does not have the capacity to carry information and there is no known means by which it can do so.

  4. Daniaal Chan says:

    A beautiful thing but impossible. Communicate at a distance then do not even think about it. What would be the code to communicate with a particular person who is on the other side of the world? Just think about him or her? Very unlikely. Or maybe you need a certain thought to act as a code that puts the two minds in touch, a bit like an Internet router when communicating with a computer by reading its IP address? Any story that I hear about it does not speak of this but for me it is a problem of inestimable magnitude. Imagine how congested the “network” will be (if you allow me to call it that). A person who is having a teleconference (in a “telepathic” term) with one or more other people how does he respond to one “call” from another person who also wants to communicate with him or her? Will there be a busy signal like on the phone? In short, the difficulties are so many that just thinking about it makes you realize that you can’t do it. The ether would be so full of signals that our minds would always be in conflict with other minds, perhaps trying to overwhelm their signal so as not to have to queue up to connect with the person of our choice. This mind would always be alert to see if the signals are for us with the result that surely the nervous exhaustion is what we would expect. As a comparison, is like to imagine that all the people of the world started shouting at the top of their voices in such a way as to overwhelm those close to us and we will have to listen to them all to see if there is one among those voices we recognize.

  5. Anne-Marie Vinson says:

    In the framework of classical physics, telepathy is therefore impossible. However, in the context of quantum physics, things are different

  6. Habibah Rogers says:

    Apparently almost all the research done in this field was then abandoned because they gave no plausible results.

  7. Oliver Mcloughlin says:

    In fact, another of the big problems that telepathy brings with it is that very often it has been used in order to manipulate information or exchanged for “magic”. Only science can determine if the discussion is really closed or if, on the contrary, we can open a new chapter of research, full of fascinating questions.

  8. Kallum Carty says:

    If science is trying to cover up an event like telepathy, nature has telepathy existed, proving its existence thanks to the mysterious supernatural talent of people like Ramses Sanguino who convinced the main neuroscientists to declare that “telepathy exists”.

  9. Amman Mill says:

    CIA and FBI security agents and Marshall agents are well aware of this, and are instructed not to look to a suspect to his eyes when they are following him. I can confirm it, since my ex-girlfriend was a Marshall agent.

  10. Alexandria Humphreys says:

    The awareness that our consciousness extends beyond the boundaries of our body has existed since the dawn of time.

  11. Brendon Hume says:

    We see schools of fish or birds flying in orderly flocks and we recognize a collective unconscious to which everyone is connected.

  12. Natasha Nava says:

    We are at a point in human history where a change in the vision we have of the world is necessary, because the one we have had so far is too limited.

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