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Debunking the sixth sense

Debunking the sixth sense

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Extrasensory Perception (ESP)

Extrasensory Perception (ESP)

  • ESP or the sixth sense is referred to as the process of perceiving without the use of the known senses
  • clairvoyance is one variety of ESP, where a person is able to gather information without the use of the physical senses

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  • New research led by the University of Melbourne found out that people could reliably sense that a change has occurred without being able to visually identify the change.
  • The research design involved presenting observers with a pair of human photographs for a short period of time, in some of which there would be minor difference, and asking:

1) if there is a change, mostly answered correctly

2) what the change was (from a number of alternatives), which the observers often couldn’t answer

  • According to the findings, the results can be explained without invoking an extrasensory mechanism.

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