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Does ESP exist?
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Posted 4/2/14
I feel that it does because I keep having dreams of days in the future that keep coming to reality as truth.
What do you think?
Posted 4/2/14
I have dreams that come true as well. Entire days and conversations word for word. It's pretty boring though and when I realize I dreamed it before I get extremely dizzy. I still don't believe in that kind of stuff though.
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Posted 4/2/14

justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

I have dreams that come true as well. Entire days and conversations word for word. It's pretty boring though and when I realize I dreamed it before I get extremely dizzy. I still don't believe in that kind of stuff though.


I have had the word for word thing you're right it makes the conversation boring.
But at times it would be vague hints at what to do to avoid something.
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It's totally real. I once moved a glass of water across a table with my mind, also I set fire to someone's car with my mind!
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ESP is simply a term for senses that humans don't normally possess (touch, taste, hear, smell, sight). Sharks have ESP. Now, I know you mean if there are HUMANS that have ESP, it's quite possible to occur through evolution, but ESP like seeing the future or having telekinetic abilities, no. Some things are simply not physically possible.

Edit: And what you're describing as thinking you'd heard a conversation in your dream, it's just deja'vu. A trick of the mind.
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Posted 4/2/14

madmejis wrote:

It's totally real. I once moved a glass of water across a table with my mind, also I set fire to someone's car with my mind!


That's not ESP sir that is called psycho kinesis and pyro kinesis. LMAO
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ESP involves anything sensed with the mind... not just precognition and/or clairvoyance. /facepalm If you ask a question at least know what it's about.
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Posted 4/2/14

madmejis wrote:

ESP involves anything sensed with the mind... not just precognition and/or clairvoyance. /facepalm If you ask a question at least know what it's about.


No no im using ESP from The term implies acquisition of information by means external to the basic limiting assumptions of science, such as that organisms can only receive information from the past to the present or future.
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Posted 4/2/14 , edited 4/2/14
I don't know. I would like to have very vivid dreams that seem too real.
Posted 4/3/14
Esp is different than pre cognitive dreaming.

@qual lucid dreaming is easy
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Posted 4/3/14
Personally, I don't believe ESP exists, based on a complete lack of evidence to support it.

In regards to the OP's dreams, I recommend watching this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1TxH0zf07w
It's a snippet of a lecture where Richard Dawkins explains how coincidences are meaningless, and it is pointless to give them supernatural explanations.
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Posted 4/3/14

Judgementwolf wrote:

I feel that it does because I keep having dreams of days in the future that keep coming to reality as truth.
What do you think?


Have you heard of the clairvoyance controversy?

If you have then you would question a lot of todays scientist when it comes to certain things.

The term clairvoyance (from 17th century French with clair meaning "clear" and voyance meaning "vision") is used to refer to the ability to gain information about an object, person, location or physical event through means other than the known human senses, a form of extra-sensory perception. A person said to have the ability of clairvoyance is referred to as a clairvoyant ("one who sees clearly"). (2)

I know that this isn't a good source since it's from a game, however the clairvoyance controversy is actually one of the things that have inspired the Corpse Party series and a few Japanese horror movies. You can read on the official site for corpse party; http://www.corpsepartybookofshadows.com/dark.html

Here's a few other sources I was avail to find;

http://www.learning-mind.com/clairvoyance-a-hidden-mind-power/

(2) http://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Clairvoyance.html

http://gaiapress.horiba.com/en/exploration/25.html

If you want more information about the clairvoyance controversy then you'll have to research it yourself, however it's gonna be really hard to find anything reletated to it due to the fact that almost no scientist research it in this day and age
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Richard Dawkins is pretty biased against anything supernatural. It is important to note that science cannot definitively prove anything, though it can disprove certain things. Science has yet to disprove the existence of ESP. Therefore, it is possible that ESP does exist. Unlike Richard Dawkins, I prefer to keep a somewhat open mind on these subjects.
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I've had that. I specifically remember one time in my English lesson when I was at school, for 15 seconds I heard a conversation and was thinking 'I've heard this before, when Laura's done speaking then Scarlett will say... Holy shit I was right' in my head because of a dream I'd had the other night. It was weird but cool and I was almost frozen in shock throughout the whole thing. I'm not sure what to think about its existence but I'm open to believing it if it can be solidly proven.
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It does, but it's likely beyond what current science knows.

Such things are inherently based in an underlying foundation of the fourth dimension (referring to time) that current science doesn't have a grasp of yet. Currently, black holes are the new 'scientific mystery' we're working on - if we're going to understand how any of this works, the point where the third dimension breaks down, IE black holes is likely going to lead us into some threads from which we can understand fourth dimension physics, and get some concrete data on this sort of telepathy, and by extention time travel and those Deja Vu moments.
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