During my recent visit to India I took on a task to go and find people who claim to have the gift of clairvoyance. After a lot of failures I was able to meet a person, who impressed me by his simplicity,innocence and how easily he was able to read my mind (in a group of 20 people) and talk about the subject going inside me. Being a scientist, I thought on this matter and came up with a hypothesis, as to how can this phenomena be explained. I called him - "The Human Wireless".
These people who can read your thoughts and look into your future and past perfectly are perfect human wirelesses. As quantum physics has already said that everything is nothing but just vibrations of energy so are the thoughts in the mind. Thoughts are nothing but very gentle vibrations moving in the ether. Just as a tuned wireless picks up a desired frequency out of thousands of other programs from every direction, so do these people are able to catch the thoughts of people, out of the countless thoughts of broadcasting human wills in the world.
By their powerful will, these people are also a human broadcasting station, and can plant a desired thought in the mind (reminds me of Inception). The human mind, free from the static of restlessness, can perform through its antenna of intuition all the functions of complicated wireless mechanism sending and receiving thoughts, and tuning out undesirable ones. As the power of a electric wireless depends on the amount of electrical current it can utilize, so the human wireless is energized according to the power of will possessed by each individual.
All thoughts vibrate eternally in the cosmos. By deep concentration, such people is able to detect the thoughts of any mind, living or dead. Hard to believe me hmmmm....I can understand your sentiments. Below is an excerpt from the Nobel Lecture of Charles Robert Richet, read it and you will appreciate my thoughts...-:).
"Very strange, very wonderful, seemingly very improbable phenomena may yet appear which, when once established, will not astonish us more than we are now astonished at all that science has taught us during the last century," Charles Robert Richet, Nobel Prizeman in physiology, has declared. "It is assumed that the phenomena which we now accept without surprise, do not excite our astonishment because they are understood. But this is not the case. If they do not surprise us it is not because they are understood, it is because they are familiar; for if that which is not understood ought to surprise us, we should be surprised at everythingthe fall of a stone thrown into the air, the acorn which becomes an oak, mercury which expands when it is heated, iron attracted by a magnet, phosphorus which burns when it is rubbed. . . . The science of today is a light matter; the revolutions and evolutions which it will experience in a hundred thousand years will far exceed the most daring anticipations. The truthsthose surprising, amazing, unforeseen truthswhich our descendants will discover, are even now all around us, staring us in the eyes, so to speak, and yet we do not see them. But it is not enough to say that we do not see them; we do not wish to see them; for as soon as an unexpected and unfamiliar fact appears, we try to fit it into the framework of the commonplaces of acquired knowledge, and we are indignant that anyone should dare to experiment further."