To see the unseen and to hear the unspoken; most often the concepts of extrasensory perception contain lots of drivel about activating the third eye or some other mystical nonsense. We have our senses and those senses created reality. Yet, as this section has touched upon, there is far more to this world than what we can perceive. There are wonderful sensory landscapes that exist for many other animals where we blithely, and ignorantly, travel. At the largest scales, the world has fields that guide animal movement across the entire globe. To tap into a stimulus energy this massive seems to be quite an improbable task, but organisms as small as bacteria surf the world’s magnetic field. At the smallest of scales, tiny electrical currents are used to send messages about individual identity and reproductive readiness.