Originally Posted by Cleto_Reyes
Never. Theres a sixth sense that no matter how much you deny it . Its there.
Can we detect it? Can we measure it? What does this "sixth sense" detect? I mean sight detects light, smell and taste detect chemicals, hearing and touch detect physical disturbances, so what does the sixth sense detect?
As an idea of what I'm looking for, some animals hunt by detecting the electromegnetic structure of their prey's nervous systems while most species of snakes are able to detect heat by using a sensory pit on their snouts.
So naturally the sicth sense must detect something. What does it detect, and why hasn't anyone measured this yet?
On a side note: Twenty pages.