Can you develop your sixth sense?





Gilpin Shorts: Can you develop your sixth sense?


In 2014, the Office of Naval Research embarked on a four-year, $3.85 million research program to explore the phenomena it calls premonition and intuition, or “Spidey sense,” for sailors and Marines.

Will the Navy’s contemporary work on “sensemaking,” the continuous effort to understand the connections among people, places, and events, finally unlock the mystery of ESP? Might technology available to today’s defense scientists reveal hypothe- ses not available to scientists in an earlier age?



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  1. The Naval Research office made a 4 year program that costed 3.85 million to find a sixth sense. The research office called the sixth sense the “spidey sense”They are teaching the sailors and marines that they have a sixth sense to understand the connections between people,places and events.

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  2. Jesse --The Naval Research Office is investing their time. This project is about exploring the sixth sense also called a “spidey sense”. This project costs 3.85 million dollars and will go on for 4 years. This sixth sense will help the world by showing the

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  3. 2014 was a big year for the Office of Naval Research. They invested in a $3.85 million dollar project that would last four years. They began to explore marine and sailors “Spidey sense”. This so called “Spidey sense” will help people see problems before they happen and prevent them from happening. The sixth sense will help the world.

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  4. Dominic: Wouldn’t it be crazy to have a sixth sense? Well, wouldn’t it sound crazier if someone funded a research to find “The Spidey Sense”? Insane as it sounds, the office of Naval did spend around four million dollars to research this. While it may seem pointless, this may give us the advantage in later wars and possibly life in general.

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  5. 2014 is the year when the thought that they can make the sailors and marines get a sixth sense. Sense 2014 they probably improved on that spidey sense if it did work it might unlock there ESP. It would help them because they can look into the future. So in the end the sixth sense might help the world.

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  6. Three and a half years ago the people in Naval research got 3.85 million dollars for a research program. With this money they started researching if humans could get a sixth sense. If the amazing thing is possible it would be a lot of help for the sailors and marines.

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  7. Roland: In 2014 the Naval Research got 3.85 million dollars to research if they can find a possible sixth sense, for sailors and Marines. It calls premonition an intuition or “Spidey Sense.” The Navy’s work on “sensemaking” is coming around but there still not there yet

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  8. Michael: In 2014 the Naval Research Is developing a sixth sense for soldiers and people. They call this spidey sense. This program will span over four years and cost 3.85 million dollars. The officer of this operation is peter squire.Will this be able to be unlocked in 4 years and only by using a bit of money.

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  9. LiliUokalani Kaleana Cope:It would be different to have another sense. I believe that we are smart and skilled enough to live without another sense. This will cost a lot of money so this is a one chace thing. But in my belief we don’t need another sense to survive.
    Back in 2014 the office of Naval research a 6 sense, they called it the Spidey sense. At 3.85 million dollars we are changing the future in different ways.

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  10. I did not do last week's short/comment

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  11. The Military Is developing a 6th sense with a massive budget because of advanced mechanics

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  12. the sixth sense is a ongoing project by scientist

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  13. In 2014, A naval research contributed on a 3.85 million dollar research for the sixth sense for marine and sailors.preventing carnage in an IED, or improvised explosive device, incident this sense is called spidey sense.This search will go on for 4 years.This sense will also prevent from people from falling into booby traps
    booby traps.

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  14. Roland: In 2014 the Naval Research got 3.85 million dollars to research if they can find a possible sixth sense, for sailors and Marines. It calls premonition an intuition or “Spidey Sense.” The Navy’s work on “sensemaking” is coming around but there still not there yet

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  15. LiliUokalani Kaleana Cope:It would be different to have another sense. I believe that we are smart and skilled enough to live without another sense. This will cost a lot of money so this is a one chace thing. But in my belief we don’t need another sense to survive.
    Back in 2014 the office of Naval research a 6 sense, they called it the Spidey sense. At 3.85 million dollars we are changing the future in different ways.

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  16. The Office of Naval Research looked into a $3.8 million research program to study phenomena to see if you can develop a sixth sense for Soldiers. The Office of Naval Research is trying to find connections between people. They also are trying to finally unlock the mystery of ESP. In conclusion, it will be a thing in the past.

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  17. Roland: In 2014 the Naval Research got 3.85 million dollars to research if they can find a possible sixth sense, for sailors and Marines. It calls premonition an intuition or “Spidey Sense.” The Navy’s work on “sensemaking” is coming around but there still not there yet

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  18. I accidently erased my work while trying to copy it

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  19. Jax Wyka:2014 was very important because the office of Naval Research embarked on a four year study on if you can access your spidey sense
    For sailors and marines.The reason is to make them better maximize their sense we do not know if it will work or not but it is worth the try. If it does work then we will have a better future.

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