Explain telepathy using any physics that we have known.

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Telepathy is the transmission of information between two people without any visual or auditory or sensory cues. Telepathy is not proven yet. But, if telepathy does exist, how can physics explain it?

Transmission of information between two human beings at far distances using Electro-magnetic waves is ruled out due to the curvature of the earth. If EM is not the cause of telepathy (if true), then what is?
This is speculative physics and PF doesn't deal in these kinds of posts. You are starting on the basis that telepathy is real and then trying to explain it scientifically. However, we must first have a repeatable experiment that shows telepathy is in fact real before we can begin down that road.

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