Intuition from Wikipedia :
" Intuition means ability to sense or know immediately without reasoning.
Intuition is the apparent ability to acquire knowledge without inference or the use of
reason. "The word 'intuition' comes from the Latin word 'intueri', which is often
roughly translated as meaning 'to look inside' or 'to contemplate'."
Intuition provides us with beliefs that we cannot necessarily justify. For this reason, it
has been the subject of study in psychology, as well as a topic of interest in the
supernatural. The "right brain" is popularly associated with intuitive processes
such as aesthetic abilities. Some scientists have contended that intuition is associated
with innovation in scientific discovery. "
The best definition :
Intuition is when the aliens zap your lazy brain with the solution to the trouble that you
couldn't find any solution to.
And all you did was sit there on your lazy ass and waited for them to do the job.
Ok you did something, you wrote down a description of the trouble, or you told a friend
about the trouble.
Which means that the intuition only works if you can describe the trouble, and make it
possible for the aliens to see what help you need.
Nobel Prize Winners
Clever guys you think.
But the truth is that someone else did the job for them.
Article from "Forskning och framsteg 8/98" (Research and progress) in which
the Psychologist Eva Heinstedt has interviewed a lot of Nobel Prize winners.
"Nine of ten Nobel Prize winners trust their feelings for right and wrong
and let their intuition guide them into the unknown and unexplored."
They are talking about the intuition as an alternative to the more traditional logical
thinking, and they use it and knows exactly when it is at hand and active. The intuition
can be about a question growing, give a feeling for the right direction to go, a step on
the way. It is often about small steps and diffuse feelings. You don't analyze all the
logical alternatives, instead the understanding comes spontaneously and it feels so
exactly right and meaningful at once.
It was no question about doing a list of all possible alternatives and then strike out
the bad alternatives from this list. It was a very fast process as if you already knew the
answer, says the physicist Melvin Schwartz.
Enrico Fermi prepared his well-known experiment on slow neutrons carefully for a long
time before. But when he should put a block of lead in the way of the neutrons which he
had planned and prepared, he was hit by this spontaneous impulse to put a block of
paraffin there instead. At the end of the day he had solved the problem. Why he took this
block of paraffin with him for the experiment he has never understood. But it was there
the solution was.
At the best the explanation will be built up afterwards by traditional ways of
According to almost every Nobel Prize winner the intuition follows them in its
low-voiced manner all the way in their research.
The intuition just comes, the scientists can't control it, says Eva Heinstedt. But it's
always where it's needed the most, in those critical moments, and in most cases this means
a step forward.
These moments can never be explained by logic. At the same time there is an enormous
sharpness in the thinking, a weight and force, one have to be awake to think intuitive. "
The Nobel Prize winners can't control their superpower because it is controlled from remote by ET.
I myself know the truth, not by guessing, but from my own experience of being
zapped and remote controlled.
Intuition is remote controlled thinking from our neighbors in the galaxy.
There are a lot of WebPages on the web about how to learn to use your intuition or how
to use your subconsciousness.
They often have the same approach as I described above, You must describe your trouble to
But those WebPages can't explain why it works and how it works.
Below are some quotes found on the web that show how the intuition (remotecontrolled
thinking from the aliens) helps Nobel Prize winners
" Eighty two of ninety three winners of the Nobel Prize over a sixteen year period
agreed that intuition plays an important role in creative and scientific
" By a combination of intuition, logical thought, and experimental research
Professor J. Chadwick, the laureate of this year, has succeeded in proving the existence
of the neutron and establishing its properties. "
" From MIT, Dr. Laughlin went as a postdoc to Bell Labs, where Professor Joannopoulos
said he became intrigued with the quantum Hall effect. "The first thing he did was
try to come up with a theory for the integer quantum Hall effect. Bob then moved to
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He did his work on his own -- with a loose
connection to MIT in that he would talk to me about it off and on -- in a very systematic
way. It was a very creative idea and involved brilliant intuition on his
" Alexis Carrel (28 June 1873 ֠5 November 1944) was a French surgeon and biologist. He
was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1912.
All great men are gifted with intuition. They know without reasoning or
analysis, what they need to know. "
U.S Department of Energy
" And we are the heirs to the speculative genius of Albert Einstein, whose intuition
and imagination have allowed us to describe and understand the universe in new and
important ways. "
" Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was a German physicist who provided the watershed between
classical and modern physics. Around 1900 Planck came up with a mathematical solution to
explain the nature of black-body radiation. He showed that energy is emitted and absorbed
in discreet packets of what he called "quanta,"
Planck's problem was initially a technical one; he was simply searching for an equation
that would allow the emission of radiation of all wavelengths by a hot body to be
correctly described. He hit upon the idea of correlating the entropy of the oscillator
with its energy. Following his intuition he found himself able to obtain a new radiation
formula, which was in close agreement with actual measurements under all conditions.
Planck's law was no more than a "lucky intuition, " as Planck called it. "
" In retrospect, Maxwell was right. Light is a wave. But Einstein was right, too. Light
is a particle. This bizarre duality baffles Physics 101 students today just as it baffled
Einstein in 1905. How can light be both? Einstein had no idea.
That didn't slow him down. Disdaining caution, Einstein adopted the intuitive leap
as a basic tool. "I believe in intuition and inspiration," he wrote in 1931.
"At times I feel certain I am right while not knowing the reason." "
Einstein puzzled his head on this famous theory of relativity for a long time but he
couldn't find any explanation or solution before he had to explain it to a nearby friend.
ZAP Poof, there was the solution. (The laws of intuition says that you can't get any help
before you can describe the trouble you want help with.)
" Dreams: A famous example of intuition's dream work comes from research scientist
James Watson. Watson and his partner, Frances Crick, were asking: What is the design
of DNA, the chemical foundation for all life?
Watson's symbolic dream of two intertwined snakes and his correct interpretation of the
double helix provided a key to all life.
Amazingly, his intuition was so efficient that the double helix was accepted without
the verification of one experiment! "
" Dmitri Mendeleev is resented by high school students, and lauded among scientists for
having come up with the idea that the natural elements can be arranged neatly and
logically in a regular fashion, based on simple properties such as their atomic number.
Mendeleev's Periodic Table is one of the best examples of synthesis in science, an idea
that brought about the ability to make predictions about the discovery of new elements. What
is less known is that Mendeleev had the idea in a dream - not while he was sitting at his
desk thinking about the order of the universe. There are other examples of scientific
discoveries made, not through the stereotypical behaviors we associate with scientists,
but during dreams, walks in the park, or sudden episodes of seeing a solution that wasn't
there until a moment earlier. "
More confusion about the word intuition
When you click on the links to websites about intuition on the links pages, then you
will find that some of them have a different description of what the word really means.
The real experts on intuition, (not those university educated parrots that only have
read about it in a book, but instead) the people that have had their own deeper experience
of both intuition and other "psychic abilities" know that the definition of
intuition which you find on wikipedia and in other encyclopedias is incomplete. Intuition
is in fact only a special case of something broader.
Intuition is the special case in which a particular selected part of your brain is
And hearing voices is the special case where some other particular selected part of your
brain is manipulated.
Some experts have invented new words connected to which human sense or which particular
selected part of the brain is manipulated.
The “clairs” are:
clairvoyance (clear seeing, or psychic vision)
clairaudience (clear hearing, or psychic hearing)
clairsentience (clear feeling/sensing or psychic feeling/sensing,
clairtangency (clear touching or more commonly, psychometry)
claircognizance (clear knowing or psychic knowing) = Intuition
clairgustance (clear tasting or psychic tasting)
clairalience (clear smelling or psychic smelling, sometimes also called
Because of the absence of a particular word for the broader process of
manipulating the entire brain, some experts sometimes misuses the word intuition to
represent all the clairs above.
And the list of clairs above is in fact incomplete because it's possible to remote
control any part of your brain.
But I believe it's wiser to start using a broader word instead of inventing new words for
every particular part of brain being manipulated.
clairmovement, clair-strike-the-keyboard, clairtalk, clairsing, clairmurder, clairaggresiveness, clair-holy-zapper-dope . .
. . It's stupid all these "clairs !"
I myself invented the word "Zapping" for the broader process of
manipulating a human brain, but that was in the old days when the search engines on the
web delivered only 3 hits for the word. But since then the evil Bims have sabotaged and
zapped their remote controlled zombies to misuse the word and hide it behind million hits
of garbage. And I think it's time to invent a new unique word that can't be misused. Any
suggestions, then write it down on the talk forum.