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Science and paranormal - Telepathy works???

medstud110
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11/9/2011 10:46:16 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
Where is scientific evidence for paranormal? There is evidence for telepathy
( Vinko Rajic and maybe Uri Geller )
and few other really strong cases . Some Universities ( University of California , University of Southampton , Edinburgh University
and some others) make research on but they do not make research on
really people that can use telepathy, strange , why?
The Pentagon's Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is currently developing technology that will allow soldiers of
the future to communicate via telepathic mind signals. It is a program program called Silent Talk.

Some showman offer ( James Randi ) 1000000$ for any paranormal evidence, but Randi is just talking but do not want
to talk to some really telepath.
Vinko Rajic can use telepathy and some other things , many people know about it. They make some
paranormal telepathic show in Sweden and Norway with Vinko.
Show is organized by some bustard - idiot media there and some dirty perverts Croats.

CIA's "remote viewing" , "Stargate Project", give some evidence but that could be just a bluff.
Guys that worked on that project talk like idiots , why?

Grigori Rasputin is very good evidence for paranormal , he could use "mind control", he has been murdered
because his attempt to take over Russia.

Can it be that some Schizophrenics are just telepathic, many Schizophrenic believe in telepathy.
Schneider's symptoms of the first rank are similar to telepathy. Brain signals can travel on very long distance
and if some people can connect each other for short time then they can make each other "Schizophrenic".

This could be something for physics to think about. If you have one person like Vinko Rajic and you use telepathy
with him and you take all distances on which you could send and receive from him , I think it would be possible
to find out what kind of waves transmit telepathy. Placing telepathic person under different kind of metal shield could
make it possible to find out what kind of waves transmit telepathy.

OK, what you think how can telepathy work? What kind of waves transmit it or is it some strange quantum theory behind it.

Please ask your smart friend about this?
CosmicAlfonzo
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11/9/2011 1:28:36 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Psychic phenomena is a very real thing, but like magic(and there is a fine line between the two, they are practically the same thing), it is not like how people usually think of it.

For example, you aren't going to find anyone who can actually levitate or set things on fire. No, you are not going to find anyone who can literally have an entire conversation about the state of politics through telepathy.

It's all a very natural thing. You experience everyday. If you can accept that advertising is a form of psychic manipulation, your eyes will be opened to a lot of other things.
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RoyLatham
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11/10/2011 1:34:03 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
The Defense Department did some experiments years ago, and proved telepathy doesn't work. All the scientific studies at universities have shown that telepathy and the like do not work.

James Randi, a magician, offers $1 million to anyone who can do a feat of the supernatural that he can't duplicate. The offer has been out there for decades, and no one has won it. Some of the tricks people use are pretty good. One guy could turn the page of a book from several feet away. Randi put some plastic peanuts near the book and the guy couldn't repeat the feat, explaining the plastic spoiled the energy field. Randi demonstrated that he could turn the page from the same distance with a subtle puff of air. Randi has written some interesting books on his debunking.

One skeptic suggests that people who claim to be able to predict the future should demonstrate the skill in Las Vegas, because even though casino owners are not scientists, they are really good at controls.
inferno
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11/15/2011 12:09:40 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/10/2011 1:34:03 AM, RoyLatham wrote:
The Defense Department did some experiments years ago, and proved telepathy doesn't work. All the scientific studies at universities have shown that telepathy and the like do not work.

James Randi, a magician, offers $1 million to anyone who can do a feat of the supernatural that he can't duplicate. The offer has been out there for decades, and no one has won it. Some of the tricks people use are pretty good. One guy could turn the page of a book from several feet away. Randi put some plastic peanuts near the book and the guy couldn't repeat the feat, explaining the plastic spoiled the energy field. Randi demonstrated that he could turn the page from the same distance with a subtle puff of air. Randi has written some interesting books on his debunking.

One skeptic suggests that people who claim to be able to predict the future should demonstrate the skill in Las Vegas, because even though casino owners are not scientists, they are really good at controls.

Im sorry, but the defense department is not the holy grail of this experiment.
This is just a scientific flaw. Telepathy does work. Period.
RoyLatham
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11/16/2011 3:10:34 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/15/2011 12:09:40 PM, inferno wrote:
Im sorry, but the defense department is not the holy grail of this experiment.
This is just a scientific flaw. Telepathy does work. Period.

So why don't you --or some other believer-- collect the $1 million from Randi? Why doesn't it work in any university test? it's been tested a zillion times.

It's not plausible that it works but cannot be demonstrated.