Paranormalcy Posted November 6, 2015 #1 Share Posted November 6, 2015 Ramses Sanguino started reading when he was 12 months old, and can understand and speak parts of Greek, Hebrew, Arabic and Japanese, according to his mom. He can also solve rudimentary algebra problems and draw the entire periodic table. But despite the 5-year-old’s prodigious intelligence, it was his “telepathy” that attracted neuroscientist Diane Powell. http://nypost.com/2015/11/05/my-5-year-old-son-is-a-telepathic-genius/ The Neuroscientist's website: http://dianehennacypowell.com/press-kit/formal-bio/ Does this seem a little iffy to anyone else? Her credentials seem to be quite impressive, though I'm not sure how being a neuroscientist helps with correlating existing gender differences to highlight women's contributions. Isn't that statistics? But to the story, the boy has telepathy - with his mother. Who asks him the questions. I seem to remember the horses in the Eberfield follies doing math problems, as well as other instances like this. I'm interested in psi/psychic abilities, and I hope she is already getting numerous other scientists to start peer reviewing all of her findings and research on this. I'm not seeing anyone but her own take on it so far, which I don't see as a good start. 2 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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