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Metaphysics & Psychology

Reading minds through mapping eye movements

March 28, 2010 | Comment icon 9 comments



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New research suggests that its possible to determine what someone is thinking by tracking their gaze.
A study carried out at the University of Melbourne demonstrated the ability to determine what number someone was thinking of just by mapping the person's eye movements.
The eye really is the “window to your soul”, according to research that suggests it is possible to predict what people are thinking by tracking their gaze.


Source: Telegraph | Comments (9)


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Comment icon #1 Posted by AliveInDeath 13 years ago
And people always think I'm psychic when I "read" their mind
Comment icon #2 Posted by paranormalguy 13 years ago
This is reeeeaaaaallly old news. NLP and all that jazz has been beaten to death already. It's neat none the less, but it's nothing new. Also, NLP or any sort of 'body reading' is unreliable because of cultural, social, and individual differences. It's better to stick to the purely biological cues... like pupils, sweating, heart rate, breathing, and various other 100% reliable methods. In 2nd year psychology during the social psychology unit we spent many classes training ourselves to consciously read cues from patients such as tonal variety in their voice, and general behaviour. That's way mor... [More]
Comment icon #3 Posted by Psychic51 13 years ago
Well, I guess that's a better idea than reading someone's future by using the bumps on their head.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Paracelse 13 years ago
And people always think I'm psychic when I "read" their mind I would hate to be able to read one's mind.. to be able to hear them is already boring enough...
Comment icon #5 Posted by Bud Rasputin 13 years ago
Some author described the eyes as "the visible parts of the brain." True or not, it's been food for thought for me for a number of years.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Node 12 years ago
I've destroyed my Dobly 7.1 JVC 709v stereo once just by cussing at it once cause i was p***ed, and it never worked again! i've thought about a chicks car breaking on her, cause she p***ed me off and her car stopped working the next day until a friend of mine bought it for 50 bucks and replaced a relay inside that had blown, SOMEHOW lol!!!I can't wait until i can fully move things with my mind since there's nothing else to run test theories on anymore! My mind tells me things way ahead of when they actually happen. Sometimes though something tries to put evil thoughts in my mind, sometimes it ... [More]
Comment icon #7 Posted by Node 12 years ago
Well, I guess that's a better idea than reading someone's future by using the bumps on their head. Honestly, it sucks hearing some peoples minds , especially when you can't stand being around them normally! Talk about lame as **** to constantly hear!
Comment icon #8 Posted by Node 12 years ago
I remember doing a test on a subject about 6 years ago. I was working in Orlando and we were at a stop light and I looked to my right and saw someone about 100 yards away, so I stared at one certain part of their body for about 5-8 seconds. While doing so the person then scratched the back of their head where i was staring only to conclude my theory that the eyes do give off some sort of energy. I used to stare at the sun when i was a child thinking that the suns energy charges my mind with its energy! Theories and tests are fun!
Comment icon #9 Posted by Psychic51 11 years ago
Honestly, it sucks hearing some peoples minds , especially when you can't stand being around them normally! Talk about lame as **** to constantly hear! My experience with telepathy has been somewhat milder than yours appears to be. I feel but seldom hear. I'm lucky in that I guess. Life's tough enough to figure out sometimes.


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