Recategorizing the Human Senses
The number of senses we have as humans is a topic of in- credible uncertainty. After attempting to define the human senses for thousands of years, the thinkers of today believe the number of senses is somewhere between five and thirty-three. Without utilizing objective existence itself, the limited human perspective can cause mankind to lose sight of the complex mechanics that produce their field of view. In this article, I address the shortcomings of the currently accepted classification of senses and offer a recategorization that is founded on the nature of the energies being interpreted.