According to Epoch Times, It is possible that our subconscious certain can see events up to 10 seconds in the future. Before we become aware of an event, our body reacts by changes in the heart, lungs, skin and nervous system.
A meta-analysis of over 20 experiments that have been carried out by seven independent laboratories show that we are able to unknowingly ‘predictive anticipatory activity”. The analysis was conducted by psychologist Julia A. Moss Bridge from Northwestern University and published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology.
Test subjects were shown random images. A few seconds before the image was shown, the body of the participants could measure a reaction. According to the researchers, the reaction is an unconscious response to a future stimulus.
The scientists explained the phenomenon as follows. Imagine a stick for standing in the middle of a river. The stick represents a future event. The flow represents the passage of time as your consciousness that perceives.
The water around the pole is downstream restless, but upstream of the water is also somewhat restless. The subconscious mind picks up the disruption shortly before the event.
The researchers call for further studies to confirm the existence of predictive anticipatory activity. There are two explanations for this phenomenon: Our consciousness misjudged when events occur. The event takes place 10 seconds earlier, but the consciousness records this later.
Or two: the retro concept of causality applies, a term from quantum mechanics that suggests that events in the future and the past influence exercise on each other.