Mind reading: ETs can do it and it turns out humans can too. Scientists have found that some couples are so in tune that their brains begin to work in sync. Perhaps we will communicate by simply reading each other's minds in the future.
Researchers have discovered identical patterns of brain activity in volunteers who became so close they were "physiologically aligned." This has long been observed in young women who live together, in apartments and dorms: Soon they all have their menstrual periods at the same time. And psychologists have long known that some couples seem to "know" what their partner is thinking or about to say.
There seems to be a crucial moment when this change occurs and two brains start to work in sync in an "altered state," and the part of each person's brain that controls the nervous system begins to beat together. The Daily Mail quotes psychologist Trisha Stratford as saying, "When this happens we can read each other's brains and bodies at a deeper level--a sixth sense."
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