boris, on Aug 7 2005, 05:15 PM, said:
He theorizes that in those rare cases where people see full apparitions they just happen to be experiencing a time when the specter is still long enough to show itself in their direct line of vision.
well, that quite true, but what about the fact that our brain and eyes are different from person to person? i mean.... it MAY BE
because some of us are so sensitive, that our brain interperets electrical interference into a picture thru a light source, that interference is working on a certain frequency that some do react to, and some dont, thats why not all people witness an apparition when it happens.
take babies and small kids for instance.... you remember that kids are more sensitive to any of their senses, thats why its easier for them to see stuff we adults dont see... the sensitivity dulls away as we get older!
This may account for the many reports of people seeing things out of the corners of their eyes. Spirit activity may be edging its way into the center of the spectrum or pass through so fast that the brain cannot interpret the full vision. It's one of the more scientific theories I've seen on this. It makes as much sense as anything else.
i'll explain with an example: when sitting near the computer, turn your head sideways so the monitor is at the corner of your eye................
did it flicker? well, if it did, its a point in your eye where intereferences are noticed, could be the white part of your eye, which makes me think, do people with a light colored pupils can see these disturnabances better than dark colored pupils? mine's are darkish brown, and i really dont see any apparition although one time i put out the light and went to bed to watch TV, near the TV i could see a shadow moving, that i could rationalize because the TV radiates alot of static electricity and alot of light which may have made the ghost visible... then again, i could be talking [Censored]