May 5, 2007
from Exopolitics Website
A recently released scientific study, "A New Empirical Approach to the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence," proposes a series of experiments for testing the feasibility of communications with extraterrestrials through a form of telepathy termed "Controlled Superluminal Communications". First published on the prestigious physics database at Cornell University and available on the Los Alamos National Laboratory database, the study's author, Fred Thaheld, suggests that extraterrestrial communications may be located within a specific frequency band in the human brain (0.1 - 70 Hz) that can be easily monitored using EEG machines.
Thaheld, a quantum physicist and author
of a number of widely cited physics papers, proposes that 'quantum
entanglement', what Albert Einstein described as "spooky action at a
distance," makes possible a direct measurable influence between
living organisms. He proposes that all life is connected at the
quantum level despite the great macroscopic distances separating
biological organisms. Thaheld argues that the quantum influence
occurring between all biological life can be directly measured in
human brain waves that can host instantaneous communications from
extraterrestrials anywhere in the universe.
Since Big Bang theorists argue that the
universe began as a concentrated point of energy, then according to
Thaheld, the necessary condition exists for quantum entanglement to
exist for all physical particles in the universe.
If extraterrestrials did use radio waves
for communications across macroscopic distances, millennia could
elapse before transmitted communications are received by radio
receivers on Earth from more distant parts of the galaxy. This makes
two way communications impractical and highly unlikely to be
attempted by all but less developed extraterrestrial intelligences
who have only reached the initial stages of radio communications,
and are relatively close to our solar system. Therefore, another
form of communication is most likely the preferred method used by
advanced extraterrestrial intelligence that are widely dispersed
throughout the galaxy and universe. Advanced extraterrestrials would
understand the principle of quantum entanglement existing between
biological life forms thereby making possible instantaneous
influences no matter the distances separating them.
Similarly, scientists at the University of Milan conclude that,
Significantly, Thaheld argues that individuals may be bombarded daily by extraterrestrial communications but filter this out:
He proposes a series of experiments
involving human subjects to test for possible extraterrestrial
communications occurring in the subjects' brain which occurs without
There is also the possibility that such ability may develop spontaneously as claimed by a growing number of individuals who claim to be in regular telepathic communication with extraterrestrials. Telepathy is widely disparaged by researchers in the SETI community and ridiculed by scientists and society in general. Thaheld's study suggests the inadvisability of such a dismissive attitude due to the quantum entanglement that exists between biological organisms throughout the universe and the non-local influences that are occurring. The scientific data and theory presented by Thaheld points to one or more forms of telepathy as a feasible form of communication.
Most importantly, Thaheld opens the door
to a hitherto unrecognized form of communication with advanced
extraterrestrial intelligence being tested and developed through
appropriate empirical methods and scientific protocols.