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SimonQ

Questions on the edge of human science

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Hi everyone – it’s my first post, I come in peace. I’m really interested in your thoughts about the following.

I’m looking for those everyday questions about human behaviour that live on the edge of science. Questions we’ve often wondered about, but science is at odds to fully explain…

FOR EXAMPLE:

Why do we turn around when someone looks at the back of our head?

Why do we think of someone right before they call?

Why do we wake up just before our alarm clock goes off?

I know in some cases science offers *an* explanation for these, but run with me here. I'm interested in the questions rather than the answers.

Are there any everyday questions like this you've ever pondered? That you suspect science might one day explain (or not)?

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Hi everyone – it’s my first post, I come in peace. I’m really interested in your thoughts about the following.

I’m looking for those everyday questions about human behaviour that live on the edge of science. Questions we’ve often wondered about, but science is at odds to fully explain…

FOR EXAMPLE:

Why do we turn around when someone looks at the back of our head?

Why do we think of someone right before they call?

Why do we wake up just before our alarm clock goes off?

I know in some cases science offers *an* explanation for these, but run with me here. I'm interested in the questions rather than the answers.

Are there any everyday questions like this you've ever pondered? That you suspect science might one day explain (or not)?

You should read some of Rupert sheldrakes books. Particularly his theory of morphic resonance.

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There are some questions which science, by its very nature, is not equipped to properly answer.

Some elements in reality are subjective, not repeatable and not verifiable by an outside observer.

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Hi Simon,

Welcome to the forum.

As I see it, Science is not ready to identify telepathy as the answer to those questions.

I am not sure what provable theories science is able to establish for things like this.

John

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