Have you ever been in these types of situations;
a) You are in a public setting and you see a very beautiful woman from way across the room. You keep gazing at her when all of a sudden, she freezes as if someone has tapped her on her shoulder, then she turns to look directly into your eyes?
b) You are in a public setting and you are feeling and looking very good. You are busy talking to some friends when all of a sudden something in your subconcious mind tells you that you are being watched. You turn and look across the room directly at some chick who is staring at you.
I have been in these types of situations numerous times throughout my life. And I believe that this is indeed some form of 'extra sensory perception' that we have built into us as human beings.
I also think that when you are playing cards at the poker table, and your first gut instinct tells you something about a particular hand or player, that your gut instinct is usually right. This I believe is also another form of extra sensory perception i.m.o.
11-17-2008 07:46 PM
But you forget the other million times you turn and look around and absolutely nobody is looking at you. Or the times you've stared at the back of someone's head and they've blissfully ignored you. If you look around enough, you are going to eventually look at someone who is looking at you. Same applies to looking at the back of someone's head.
IMO, Jaconda nailed this one.
A guy called James Randi has a $1 000 000 fund set aside to be given to the first person who successfully demonstrates, under laboratory conditions, any form of ESP or supernatural ability. No-one has managed to claim it as yet. I reckon his loot is safe, although I wrote in predicting I wouldn't win it and I was right, so maybe...