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Everyone knows about the five senses Taste the sense that allows us to enjoy an essential part of life eating Hearing the sense that enables us to carry a conversation with each other Sight without this we not be able to do things we take for granted like driving for instance Touch this detects pain and prevents us from injuring ourselves further Smell this helps us identify and enjoy the scents that are all around us But what about a sixth sense What if you could read someones mind and know what there really thinking when he or she says hello Well some believe that there is indeed a sixth sense ESP Extra sensory perception or ESP can be defined as a way of receiving information without using one of our five senses The study of ESP is a part of a science called Parapsychology Parapsychology is often defined as the science of the unexplainable This is also called psychical research or psi for short ESP My Aunt while at work one day senses an eerie feeling about my cousin Moments later the telephone rings and it is the school nurse calling to inform her that my cousin has broken his arm There probably have been previous times when she had this notion before and there is no telephone call but we should not rule out the idea that on occasion ESP has been at work Suppose that the story is really a case of ESP Did she get the message through clairvoyance That is did she get an impression of the event Or was it telepathy In this case she could have relieved a message from her son or a person who had witnessed the event These are the questions that scientists ask and without an answer it would lead them to believe that there is no such occurrence at all There are three accepted types of ESP
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