In this section, we will not spend time on describing what the brain is. Many discoveries are related to this very complex organ and many scientific documents and papers are published in this area since a lot of discoveries are related to this very complex organ.
We will define, however, the meaning of some words because many people are wondering whether consciousness is the result of a cognitive activity or if it comes as a paranormal activity, as might telepathy.
Formally, consciousness is not only a passive experience of sensory inputs, but also an ability to pay attention to perceive internal or external inputs (like “weak signals”) and then to provide an active perception and involvement in communication and cognition activities. Generally, weak signals are partial and incomplete information provided by the environment, possibly in parallel with strong signals, which are carriers of a specific “order” (or significance), sometimes after a proper data processing and interpretation in our brain [STA 10].
In business intelligence, economic intelligence or risk analysis, weak signals are the elements from the perception of the environment, the detection of various opportunities that are subject to a proactive listening, empathy and sensitive perception, in order to participate in the development of choices looking for establishing a strategy or reducing an uncertainty. Here, telepathy can be considered as a pre-cognitive step ...