posted on Aug, 6 2005 @ 12:30 PM
I bought this book the other day about the unexplained. It's called "Guide to the Unexplained" by Joe Levy. It talks about everything paranormal
from mental powers and ghosts to alien encounters.
In the chapter about ESP and telekinesis, the author seems to say that even though the majority of the evidence for such things as ESP and telekinesis
are personal testimony (and considered unreliable by scientists), there have actually been lab experiments which seem to support the idea that these
phenomena do indeed exist. It is very vague about the telekinesis experiments, but presents the auto-Ganzfield experiment as postivie evidence for the
existence of esp.
I would like to believe these things are real but I haven't been able to verify these lab findings from any sources on the internet. Does someone
here know of such lab experiments giving credit to the existence of telekinesis, precognitions, and esp. Any other info you'd be willing to share?