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Extrasensory perception (ESP) is real

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I attach a short report from 2 remote viewing sessions (extrasensory perception) that I did today. I've done many more in the past, which adds to the many books and the overwhelming statistical evidence produced by PEARL (Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab) and the Stanford Institute.


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If you really think you can prove this stuff, you can become very rich very easily.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Millio..._Challenge
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(2014-Mar-30, 22:50:37)Emil Wrote: If you really think you can prove this stuff, you can become very rich very easily.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Millio..._Challenge


Too bad it's James Randi and his staff that decide whether to award the prize or not. It's very dodgy, the same people who have to give their money also decide whether to give it away or not. A bit difficult to be impartial, right? There should be an independent committee that judges the outcome, but the way the James Randi prize is set up is very unfair and stupid.
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The rules prohibit independent judging, making the success or failure of the challenge dependent on whether Randi agrees that the test has been passed. Astronomer Dennis Rawlins claimed the challenge is insincere, and that Randi will ensure he never has to pay out. In the October 1981 issue of Fate, Rawlins quoted him as saying "I always have an out"
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Precognitive perception of a fractal.


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ESP is a faculty that seems to benefit from a long period of rest (rest from using it). Be it because one feels fresh or because of a novelty effect, the effects are usually stronger when one has not consciously exercised this faculty. After a few months of rest, I produced this output when the (precognitive) remote viewing target was the attached photo.

“Water, metal, ship, white objects”
The target picture is a ship at sea, with white objects (the marines in white uniform) and metal (the coffin). Whether it's just luck or not, resemblance is striking.

To me, the empirical facts produced by psychic investigation provide support for Chris Langan’s CTMU, which is a contemporary, more sophisticated version of George Berkeley (esse is percipi), which in vulgar terms could be conveyed as “our perceptions create reality”.
“If we regard the scientific method as a theory about the nature and acquisition of scientific knowledge (and we can), it is not a theory of knowledge in general. It is only a theory of things accessible to the senses. Worse yet, it is a theory only of sensible things that have two further attributes: they are non-universal and can therefore be distinguished from the rest of sensory reality, and they can be seen by multiple observers who are able to “replicate” each other’s observations under like conditions. Needless to say, there is no reason to assume that these attributes are necessary even in the sensory realm. The first describes nothing general enough to coincide with reality as a whole – for example, the homogeneous medium of which reality consists, or an abstract mathematical principle that is everywhere true - and the second describes nothing that is either subjective, like human consciousness, or objective but rare and unpredictable…e.g. ghosts, UFOs and yetis, of which jokes are made but which may, given the number of individual witnesses reporting them, correspond to real phenomena. “(http://www.ctmu.org/)


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Could you write up these experiments conducted on yourself into a paper?
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(2014-Aug-18, 07:18:26)Philbrick Bastinado Wrote: Could you write up these experiments conducted on yourself into a paper?


That's a good suggestion. I will.
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#9
Piffer and I already agreed on an experiment to test his ESP abilities (which I believe to be zero). Short story is that I have access to the physics department equipment through my roommate (who is a master's student in physics). We will then get some radioactive material and a Geiger counter. Then we will measure the decay continuously while Piffer tries to influence the results (upwards, downloads, no influence). We can then calculate the decays/second in the different time intervals.
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#10
Yes but Philbrick and I are talking about ESP (Extra-sensory perception) which is not PK (Psychokinesis). I think I possess both PK and ESP but they are distinct abilities so they deserve separate experiments (and eventually papers).
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