Is spider sense possible? Because whenever something gets close to me or something goes behind me I get a strange tingly feeling at the back of my neck. Have you had this? Maybe be a new sense developing? Maybe a next step in our evolution?


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crow robot Profile
crow robot answered

Sorry that's not spidy sense. Everyone does that. Now when you can shoot a web out your butt call me...that's evolution. 

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Darik Majoren answered

You are "Hyper Aware" of your surroundings.

Some people can sense patterns to the normalcy of their surroundings. Those things that fall out of place can set your senses on a type of alert.

Change in air temperature can be felt by the skin and fine hairs.

Change in air pressure can be felt both in the ears (inner) and also on the skin.

Sound - in the ears

Smell - nose

And peripheral vision works both on the sides, and the eyes can sense even the slightest alterations in light (Shadows).

Play all of these in unison to someone hyper-aware and you might as well have that sixth sense of Spiderman. You can train yourself to learn your environment and have those things that are different "Stand Out" to you.

If you have a small dog, you will notice they are Hyper-aware and they have senses  that are several times more powerful . .  Hence the seemingly barking for no reason.

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Christian Leckey
Christian Leckey commented
But weren't the Ninja from Japan? I thought they were but I might be wrong, it would however be awesome to be a descendant of a ninja and possess those abilities.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
You are correct. The ninja were espionage experts in Feudal Japan. I was only given that you were of Asian descent so I went out on a limb to try and tie you to this. I agree 100%, it would be most excellent to have to have that kind of training.
Christian Leckey
Christian Leckey commented
Yes, all I know is that I'm from Northern China so for all I know my ancestors could've met with ninjas and it goes from there.

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