I just want to say that before anyone reads this theory, I am not saying intuition is better than sensation or vice versa. I am merely saying that they are different and nothing more or less.
One could make the judgement that sensation has been around a lot longer when we look back to our ancestors than intuition. That intuition emerged later on in our evolution, but was a lot more raw and primitive. By this time, sensation was already highly developed and complex. Intuition is probably an experiment by nature, a mutation if anything and a big gamble.
It is no mystery, that sensors outnumber intuitives and have been able to pass on their genes much easier than them because of their distinct advantages. It all averages out to about the same in the end, our brain can only handle a primitive form of intuition or a highly complex form of sensation. Any comments on this theory?