Well, never is a very long time. Let's just say that they aren't going to figure it out anytime soon.
For one thing, consciousness isn't limited to our skulls; it extends far beyond that boundary.
The evidence for that is abundant.
The mother that senses a child's peril. The twin that knows what the other is doing when they're separated by a great distance.
A sort of remote viewing is something that I experience on a regular basis.
Time and time again, while sleeping, I'll see my living room clock and the time it displays.
I'll get up and look, and what I saw was exactly right.
That's more than an internal clock, because the living room clock doesn't keep good time; it's different than the other clocks in the house.
In other words, even if I were to synchronize what the living room clock says with say a watch, if I left the house for a day or 2, when I came back they would be out of sync.
Meaning, my "internal clock" would have to be making adjustments for the discrepancy.... not likely.
I think quantum entanglement has taught us that things that are here, and there, are much more connected than most scientifically minded people thought possible.
It tells us that "things" aren't limited by location, which may very well include consciousness.
If it wasn't for the fakers like Sylvia Browne and Uri Geller, along with a host of others, I believe there would be more serious scientific research regarding the subject.
Most serious scientists don't want to be associated in any way with an industry of fakery and frauds.
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