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Originally posted by keeff
reply to post by ssorcesor
i think you need to reread the site given to you. as i read it it states that a totle of about 1,500 hours of testing need be done before one can collect the money. and that is not including the preliminary test to get to the formal tests.
if i am wrong in what i read i do appologize.
Originally posted by windwaker
For instance, if you ask a psychic to determine the picture on a hidden card, and the picture happens to be a star, they may see The Milky Way in their heads, or they may see Paris Hilton. They may see in their minds the card-holders grandmother drawing stars on a piece of paper when she was nine years old!!!
The January 2000 issue of Dog World magazine included an article on a possible sixth sense in dogs, which discussed some of my research. In this article Randi was quoted as saying that in relation to canine ESP, "We at the JREF [James Randi Educational Foundation] have tested these claims. They fail." No details were given of these tests.
In an email sent on Februaury 6, 2000 he told me that the tests he referred to were not done at the JREF, but took place "years ago" and were "informal". They involved two dogs belonging to a friend of his that he observed over a two-week period. All records had been lost. He wrote: "I overstated my case for doubting the reality of dog ESP based on the small amount of data I obtained. It was rash and improper of me to do so."
Originally posted by DaleGribble
how could you even read that site the text is microscopic.