News Stories relating to "mind reading"
Friday, October 3, 2014
We humans navigate our way through life in individual bodily casings, each apparently sealed tight against external influences; our minds, feelings and thoughts are completely our own, totally unaffected and inaccessible to others outside our impenetrable physical forms.
Or are they?
As a new age concept, the Global...
Friday, March 1, 2013
Researchers have discovered that rats
can be made to communicate telepathically across long distances. Scientists trained rats in North Carolina and Brazil to work together to solve problems in return for a drink of water. In the first experiment they had to press the correct...
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Chimps can read each other's minds
, but in order for US to do it, we may need a machine. They're building one for Stephen Hawking, the UK quantum physicist who has ELS.
In the April 3rd edition of the New York Times, David Ewing Duncan writes:...
Monday, April 9, 2012
Chimps can read each others' minds
to an extent. If, for instance, one of them spots a dangerous snake hiding in the leaves on the forest floor, he seems to know whether or not he needs to alert the others--whether or not they have noticed it too. Videos of wild chimps in...
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Current advances in electroencephalographic (EEG) brain-wave detection technology make it possible for someone wearing a helmet with special sensors that broadcast your brain's waves
to be able to tell what state of alertness you're in. Someday they may be able to do this...
Thursday, February 9, 2012
"Contactees" commonly report that aliens "talked to them inside their heads," meaning they communicated with them telepathically. Often these people communicate with them right back, the same way, and a whole conversation takes place inside two heads. Soon, human-to-human speech may be the same way.
Friday, January 6, 2012
Soon you won't have to type or even talk because a major computer manufacturer is working on a computer that will be able to read your mind
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
There is some evidence that the so- called "Visitors" can read our minds--we DO know that they communicate with people mentally. Humans may soon learn to do this too: By monitoring the brain activity of people while they watched movie trailers, researchers were able to use MRI scanners to recreate a movie similar to the real footage...