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Have you ever had a hunch an old friend would make contact, dreamt about a plane crash, or ‘just knew’ you would win a raffle — and then it happened just as you’d predicted?

Most of us know what it feels like to experience uncanny feelings of premonition, a flash of insight into the future that seems to have no rational explanation. We often dismiss these feelings as luck or a creepy coincidence, but what you may not know is that there is compelling scientific evidence that backs up the accuracy of at least some of these ‘precognitive experiences’, to give them their scientific name. I’m a cognitive neuroscientist and experimental psychologist, and I’ve spent 15 years researching the phenomenon of precognition.

And I know how vital precognition can be, because I believe it saved my life, or at least spared my family and me from serious injury.

Anyone with a functioning brain knows precognition is real. But we still don't have an experimentally verifiable scientific theory of how it works. To read more, click here.

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