Ever been in a stressful or anxious situation, lets say “end of year exams”, and the absolute unthinkable happens. You are doing pretty well, but when you get to key question for the exam (the one you need to pass to succeed), you have no idea what it even means. You rack you brain, trying to figure it out. Then in a sudden blast of inspiration the answer hits you! Just like that.
Perhaps your a public speaker, you’ve prepared some notes and your passionate about your subject matter. It all rolls of your tongue. Your going great, following your prepared speech. All of a sudden you forget the entire English language! You flounder, pause and try to breath. An idea pops into your head, one you hadn’t prepared and you go with it. The speech is a success, and you have no idea where that idea even came from.
Lets discuss universal brain theory.
Feel free to google it first, because you won’t find this there. I credit my father for coining the term for me years ago, but I also like the idea of calling it inter-connectivity brain theory.
The above scenarios have a couple of important things in common, in both situations stress was a factor, and the other thing is that information that was not known became known for an unexplained reason.
What is information exactly? At least in the brains sense, information is stored and received via the neural network. This information is clumped together into groups of neutrons and electricity is a catalyst for releasing the information (or creating a memory for example).
What if, in moments of stress, the brain was able to pick up electricity from outside sources… say the thoughts of a person sitting 3 metres away? Its already proven that electricity can travel thru atmosphere or without wires in the air (thanks Nikola Tesla), and the brain is an complicated organ that uses electricity to create/interpret information. Couldn’t this create a possibility that one could pick up thoughts that others have transmitted? Thoughts that have dribbled out of the mind, into the air and picked up by someone else?
I am pretty aware that this sounds pretty half-baked. This is all in good fun, and while its an interesting concept I don’t swear by it, have evidence for it, or even truly believe it. Operating on the belief that this theory is true can create some answers to some behaviors that are troublesome to answer.
Such as “psychic” experiences. I could go into alot more on these, and the science of creating a scenario to make someone believe you can “communicate with the beyond” or something like that (look up “cold reading” if you like). What if, a “psychic” person was just someone who had slightly better capacity to receive/interpret information via electricity in the air? They aren’t communicating with the beyond, but rather communicating with some idle thoughts in the mind of the person being “read” to.
How’s about ghosts? The idea that seeing some figure in a stressed or anxious situation and attributing it to people from the beyond. What if your just seeing the image of someone elses memory, transmitted to you?
What do you think?
p.s this is probably why I shouldn’t write when I am trying to sleep
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