The Scientific Basis for IntuitionByAnthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif ©Copyright 2010 by Anthony J. Fejfar It has been shown that in right handed persons, the right hemisphere of the mindinvolves primarily analogical thought processes. While the left hemisphere involveslogic the right hemisphere involves analogical logic. Thus, in the left hemisphere wehave the logic syllogism, “If A, then B, A, therefore, B.” On the other hand, in the righthemisphere we have, “A is to B, as, C is to D.” These two different types of logic, aredifferent, but complimentary thought processes. Left hemisphere, logical thought,categorizes, and then compares and contrasts ideas and facts. Right hemisphere,analogical thought, on the other hand, places ideas in analogical, preconscious or unconscious clusters. Left hemisphere, logical thought processes are typically morefully conscious, while, right hemisphere analogical thought processes are typically preconscious or even unconscious. The preconscious and unconscious minds engage inhigh speed analogical processing. When high speed analogical thought processes become so fast, the left hemisphere, conscious mind can no longer keep up, and the righthemisphere high speed analogical processes become Intuition. In fact, at some pointhigh speed analogical thought processes, as Intuition, go Quantum, and function in theQuantum Space-Time field, in the mind, and go Non-local. Thus, Intuition begins to processes information, analogically which is Quantum Connected to ideas and dataoutside the person’s human mind. Thus, the Intuitive Person developes knowledge andunderstanding of the world and universe around him or her, non-locally, at a distance.