"Sensitive" is the newest word, and the words morph all the time, but in reality they all mean the same thing. Human. A human who is willing to believe. That is all. Sci fi is rooted in the possible, the plausible and what is reality, but yet to be public.
Let's take Star Trek, (the original series) just coming out of the Flash Gordon/Lost in Space era, hang a phallic looking ship by a string and wiggle it, all spacemen wear silver suits that look like deep sea diver suits or heat suits, yet 10 years later what did our own astronauts wear? just make them silver and what did you have?
They had hand held "communication devices" that look suspiciously like cell phones...
Putting the "Phaser" on stun? Now called Tasers. If you amp that up it can kill.
So which came 1st? The chicken or the egg? Did these things exist before the dreamers came up with what could be? or were the scientists so overtaken with the possibilities they were designed in the Star Trek image?
What? You say. They had faith? They believed? They threw away the conventions of society who said nonsense! You can't make a person fly like a bird, you can't talk to someone across the ocean, you cannot see other people on a television screen while talking, it is just not possible in the laws of nature, you are a fool!
So are there people out there that are fraudulent and make it difficult for those who are not? Of course, it is an uphill battle, from the 1st ship where people told tales of floating on water to great distances, to snake oil salesmen with instant cures, to people who saw a woman in half or bend spoons with their minds.
The point being, we are all sensitive. We all have the innate ability to see, hear and feel things society says we should not. Originally they were of the devil, then they were of a weak mind or illness, now you are just a nut. But are you?
|look just beyond where the woman is standing|