Is there any scientific evidence for gut feelings and senses about things ?
Specifically about people,hunches etc
- Anonymous4 weeks agoFavorite Answer
There is scientific evidence that your unconscious awareness/brain detects "something is wrong" very fast without your conscious brain being aware of it or able to articulate what exactly the thing is. So you "feel" wrong, but you don't know why. You should read "The Gift of Fear" it cites a bunch of studies and anecdotes. This is actually a very important skill to develop for safety, especially for women.
- CowboyLv 64 weeks ago
Sure, but it's got nothing to do with guts.....it's all in your mind.
- ZirpLv 74 weeks ago
No. We have no idea what circumstances cause them, and a lot of scientists simply dismiss the possibility that clairvoyance or telepathy exist.
Some theoretical physicists reason that particles going backwards in time could or should exist though
- Elaine MLv 74 weeks ago
Not yet, though studies have been done in the past.
What's even more interesting is looking at the # of seat cancellations for flights where the airplane went down.
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- 4 weeks ago
Yeah it's from what we know it eminates from way down in the cockles, perhaps even the sub-cockles region. We just can't be sure.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
sure, its intuition.