Some telepathic research reasons that telepathy is a primitive resource lost through the evolution associated with man's development which can still manifest itself particularly when an individual is under emotional pressure. Scientists continue telepathy research in order to assess whether telepathy is a future or primitive evolution. In addition research in psychic research suggests that distance and obstacles such as buildings do not appear to block communications. Also some researchers have concluded that telepathy and clairvoyance share the same psychic function which simply manifest in alternative ways.
Telepathy research has provided one convincing conclusion in that the telepathic ability is a difficult one to quantify. There is an argument from telepathy research to suggest that emotional states contribute greatly to the strength and manifestation of telepathic communications. Additionally where synchronization of thought occurs as it may between twins when a telepathic communication happens as a result of a physical or emotional incident prompting one twin to trigger a telepathic communication registered by the other. It may be argued that genetics play a role in relative telepathic communications which they may well do but the argument could also be stretched to include genetics being a part of the telepathic process between non-related individuals as well. Although currently there is no evidence to substantiate this, it does however seem possible that genetics do also play a part in telepathy and because our knowledge base in regard to genetics is increasing it will become possible for telepathy research will in the future be able to factor in the genetic ingredient into their investigations.
Whether telepathic research is able to link other categories of uncommon abilities to telepathy which may include fortune telling or future predictions is difficult to assess because our limited knowledge relating to the scope of telepathy is too thin. However, by including the genetic factor it might be possible to identify whether genes passed on from parents to their children possess knowledge that can be accessed through the child's mind and, if this is the case, it may answer why some individuals have a 'deje vu' experience in which they recognize either a location, people and even situations that they may never have encountered during their current life.
Since the 1 9th century telepathy research has provided convincing records relating to the existence of thought transference and during the next millennium with scientific advances now incorporating genetic factors the potential for substantiating and obtaining a greater understanding of human mental capabilities and whether that includes predicting the future or fortune telling?