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Nina P
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Nina P

I think we all have a 6th sense,(it is our intuition)but the question is how many of us’, have enough faith in that stuff?.My experience,is that whenever i have listened my intuition,i was right,also I know to predict to myselfm, what will happen to me in the future…..but those I see, as senses of what might happen.There is nothing pranormal in the 6 th sense,just people should work on their faith of themselves.
Try to believe to your own instict and you’ll se that all this is just believe and faith in yourself.

Robert
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Robert

I would say true, just hard to find answers that are true. I think it is more a heightened awareness than anything supernatural. Lucas D, you do write long, and I thought ,conspiracy fanatic, at first. read more of your answers and made me think. Asked friends and they had not considered your points but makes sense. Govt, MICI-BO? Fine line, don’t cross, we would loose chance at different viewpoint. Luke L, small answers are good for small minds, I prefer to get answers that make me think. Don’t like it, don’t bother reading it. Please do not try to… Read more »

kaira
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SCIENCE CAN NOT PROVE LOVE ALSO.. and many things.. anyway.. yes its true and Nina P’s answer is the very nice.. also nice to have some scientific answers.. Now I have very good 6th sense like everyone else does but maybe not everyone is AWARE of it… and I can TELL and PREDICT that soon this 6th sense issue will be PROVED. so no worries:)

Ferret (Team Edward)
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Ferret (Team Edward)

I think it’s real, but I don’t think that every psychic who has set up shop in NYC or any city for that matter is real.

Carol C
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Carol C

Yes, I do believe that some people CLAIM just about anything. If you are seeking a belief system, you can probably do better. Don’t lean, it distorts your growth. If you have a replicable experience you tend to rely on something you define by the related information in those experiences – do I believe I have had my own experiences? Yes. Were they extrasensory? Well…

Do you believe in…just sounds like a lazy mind.

Telepathetic
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Telepathetic

I can’t tell you what to think. Think for yourself and allow others to do the same. Someone said that, some philiospher, I can’t remember who.
But it’s real. Believe me, it’s real. Science cannot prove everything, you know, and there is more than meets the eye with people and their ESP abilities.
There are many frauds and hoaxes, but sometimes there are genuine people with different abilties.
-Telepathetic Out

Luke L
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Luke L

for f**ks sake LUCAS D, no one wants to read your novel, they just want a simplified answer. Its called Yahoo answers, not Yahoo write me your life story. Anyways, yea i do believe in ESP, but the amount of people that claim to have it versus the amount of people that do have it is a big difference. there are a lot of full of it people out the that claim they are psychic and make it look bad for the people who are genuine. They are also scammers and should be locked up. They say crap like “a… Read more »

angelus
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angelus

We only have 5 senses. There are many things which exist outside of these senses. There is bound to be some who can perceive what others cannot.

tal923
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tal923

yes,i do believe its true.I think i have it for many reasons.Reasons i cant explain and nobody would believe.

psiexplosion
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psiexplosion

Of course you are leaning toward it being true. You are smart and cool. All those brainiac scientists who say it’s fake, they are idiots.

Peter D
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Peter D

I have seen no compelling evidence to suggest ESP is real. There isn’t any evidence to support its existence either. No one has been able to demonstrate this ability in a controlled environment either and those who say they have it are usually committing some sort of logical fallacy or else overlooking a natural explanation like coincidence.

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DR

Our beliefs about the world are largely driven by our experience, or by following what we accept as authority. So a better question is what can we learn that does not require belief or placing unquestioned faith in authority. This is what science excels at — testing things in the laboratory under controlled conditions. Scientists have been doing this for over a century to address the question of whether ESP exists or not. The preponderance of the experimental evidence strongly suggests that it does exist. Science has also shown that perhaps 80% of experiences that people think is ESP, isn’t.… Read more »

Rev.Nice Guy
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Rev.Nice Guy

I’m going with hoax and I second what Jasius said.

JasiusGGOG
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JasiusGGOG

“The predominant argument against it is the inability to “prove” its existence. One could just as well ask for proof of its non-existence.” This is copied and pasted from Lucas D’s reply, and is absolutely ridiculous. You can’t prove a negative. The burden of proof is on the person making the extraordinary claim. This statement shows a fundamental lack of scientific knowledge that either makes me think that the person isn’t being truthful about his involvement in any sort of scientific research, or it explains why such research isn’t accepted by the scientific community, as the research is being done… Read more »

Acid09
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Acid09

I believe ESP, is completely sensory, and totally about perception. But there is nothing “extra” about it. I believe in ESP in the sense that the human brain is vastly complex super-computer we are just barely starting to figure out. I think it is entirely possible to “foretell” a future event, not through super natural means but just through the ability of the brain itself. Think of it like this what are you going to have for diner? You just predicted the future. Of course that example is not at all super natural. So consider this: Where are you going… Read more »

Lucas D
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Lucas D

Being active in research on the matter for the past couple of decades, I would have to be on the side of it being true. Aside from the extreme number of charlatans who defraud people out of their money, the predominant argument against it is the inability to “prove” its existence. One could just as well ask for proof of its non-existence. For those who have have had some of the experiences, they are believers irregardless of what happens in a lab. Many of today’s facts were in the past also considered not to be true until they were “proved”.… Read more »

Vincent G
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Vincent G

That is one vote for hoax or delusion here.