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Evidence of Multiple Universes

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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 03:03 PM
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Predicting the future has been one of the most difficult things to do with remote viewing. People often ask that if someone can remote view, what will happen at some point in the future? Many have tried to use remote viewing to answer that question, and some have occasionally met with success. But to date, only one experimental design using remote viewing has ever worked consistently to correctly predict the future. We now have an idea why that particular experimental design works, and why other experimental designs do not work as well. The reason may have to do with the existence of multiple universes, and we now have a way to test for this directly. ~The Farsight Institute~


Presentation By:
Courtney Brown, Ph.D.








It was a little confusing in the first video but it all comes together in the last 2 videos. The presentation was put together very well, and Dr. Brown has some compelling evidence for the existence of multiple universes. I have always been interested in remote viewing and thought this video helped me understand the concept better. I encourage you to watch these videos and post your response.




posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 03:07 PM
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Sorry double post, idk why it did that.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 03:16 PM
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Oh good I'm not in the universe that saw LAX crumble in an apocalyptic earthquake back in 2008.



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:53 PM
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Everyone should watch these videos! I never did quite understand the theory of multiple universes until I saw this. It starts out a bit confusing but the guy explains his ideas later on in the series of videos, and it really makes sense to me.

S&F



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 09:56 PM
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Interesting stuff, it definitely started out confusing but the viewing data was where it got really interesting. Remote viewing is undeniable for sure, and his theory about an alternate LA was interesting too.

Thanks for this!



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 10:06 PM
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"Dr" Courtney Brown is a hack. While i don't doubt that remote viewing has something to it, his books on RV have him talking to Jesus and Buddha and the like. I can't take that seriously. He also predicted in the mid-90's that we'd find aliens living in Mt Shasta. Never happened.

and as for multiple universes, no need for RV to prove they exist either



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 10:08 PM
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So let me get this straight, he predicted a catastrophic event that would destroy LAX airport in 2008, when it failed to happen & after a little research he decided upon the idea it must of happened in one of the multiple universe's. Jeez, I sure hope I stuck with that blonde I stupidly ditched in 99 in an other universe.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 11:53 PM
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posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 04:27 PM
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His remote viewer team predicted it, not him. There was still an earthquake that day, just not as bad as they predicted. That was just one example, the others have been correct. Maybe if you listened to the videos properly, his theory was about the possibility of multiple universes. So these predictions can all happen in other universes on the same date, but with different outcomes....That is why I believe the future can be changed.



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 04:56 PM
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Originally posted by DarthPhobos
So let me get this straight, he predicted a catastrophic event that would destroy LAX airport in 2008, when it failed to happen & after a little research he decided upon the idea it must of happened in one of the multiple universe's. Jeez, I sure hope I stuck with that blonde I stupidly ditched in 99 in an other universe.


I just got in from a week in that one. That blonde packed on 60 pounds of pissed-off frustration and blames it on how much it sucks to be with a loser. No one saw that coming. The other you thinks you're a friggin' genius.

Well played.



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 05:46 PM
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This effectively explains the nature of the Informational Continuum, and the human Intellect's capacity to access that Continuum in the case of a person whose brain allows for the information traffic to be actively perceived as external stimuli.

Concerning the viewers, their brains grab bits of data concerning "events" - since this is what they're focusing on - by unconsciously calculating event trajectories connected to what their minds see as impending potentially significant culminations, in the same way that all "psychics" predict future events and/or trends. The fact that viewers and psychics can't predict random number generation is compelling evidence that a gathering event trajectory is required for a prediction to have any accuracy or even relevance whatsoever.

Baseball outfielders do the same thing, only their event trajectory calculations are narrowly focused on where a ball will be within a matter of seconds into the future so that they can make sure their glove is there to meet it. Not as difficult, but essentially the same process. Of course, the ball player isn't tapping into the residual informational continuum, but viewers and psychics have brains that aren't like normal brains. Kind of like Savantism, but without the debilitating side effects.

I don't see any indication of multiple universes suggested here. Not at all. This reminds me of having modern art "explained" to me by someone who likes the artist. "This piece is much better than it looks...seriously, I should know. I'm a professional." is how that explanation generally comes across. If art isn't to be appreciated for how it appears, or is experienced, but for how the beholder "should" appreciate it, regardless of the actual impact it has on that beholder, then hell, why not blame that bad LAX viewing result on multiple universes? Who cares? It's not like reality if affected by what anyone decides to claim about it.

I completely reject the theory of superposition due to the fact that for it to be plausible, each dynamic aspect within this universe (including all the debri in space, as it sails along affecting whatever it does or doesn't interact with) is launching universes that don't reflect the specific units of change that are emerging into existence with each split instant of contextual realignment within this one universe. Then, since this fact of reality - if it is a fact - would be operative within each of these newly birthed universes, as each bit of dynamic activity launches its own suite of universes in response to "the path not taken", within one 3 second span of dynamic activity - across all of the universes that'd be launching as a result of all the newly launched universes - how many universes do you think would be created? The math involved to even get one into a POV that would allow for irresponsible speculation would be crushing.

I'm sorry, but the phrase "infinite numbers of universes" is easy to say. It's not as easy to justify, especially when infinite numbers of universes are causing infinite numbers of universes to spring into physical existence with each passing split instant of progressive development that (regardless of whether you accept it or not) is occurring right in front of us.

Quantum Physics isn't a "get out of reality free" card. Eventually, people start sounding crazy if they allow for too much possibility.
edit on 12/30/2010 by NorEaster because: are you kidding?



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 06:25 PM
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Originally posted by bronwyn82
reply to post by DarthPhobos
 


His remote viewer team predicted it, not him. There was still an earthquake that day, just not as bad as they predicted. That was just one example, the others have been correct. Maybe if you listened to the videos properly, his theory was about the possibility of multiple universes. So these predictions can all happen in other universes on the same date, but with different outcomes....That is why I believe the future can be changed.

I know that the future can be changed, I have done it. And no I am not kidding I am dead serious, but please could you explain what this has to do with multiple universes?
Anyway I did watch the videos very interesting stuff.



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 06:52 PM
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Originally posted by ldyserenity
I know that the future can be changed, I have done it. And no I am not kidding I am dead serious,


The obvious question is "If it hadn't happened yet - being that it was the future - then how do you know that you changed it?"

I'm being dead serious too, by the way.



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 06:54 PM
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Has anyone ever seen Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull? Harold Oxley mentions the aliens in the film are from a different universe.



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 07:06 PM
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Originally posted by NorEaster

Originally posted by ldyserenity
I know that the future can be changed, I have done it. And no I am not kidding I am dead serious,


The obvious question is "If it hadn't happened yet - being that it was the future - then how do you know that you changed it?"

I'm being dead serious too, by the way.

I had premonitions which in turn led me to do things differently. These weren't RV they were dream premonitions, and when I caught on that they were premonitions (after they would happen) I then began to work to do the opposite of what I saw or say something a person was about to say word for word, which also changed the outcome, but that was more for my amusement mostly. My dreams that were premonitions were very direct and to the point. And they were very noticeably different than normal dreams. I think that I changed too many things because this does not happen for me anymore, I no longer have premonitions in dreams.



posted on Dec, 31 2010 @ 08:08 AM
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Originally posted by ldyserenity

Originally posted by NorEaster

Originally posted by ldyserenity
I know that the future can be changed, I have done it. And no I am not kidding I am dead serious,


The obvious question is "If it hadn't happened yet - being that it was the future - then how do you know that you changed it?"

I'm being dead serious too, by the way.

I had premonitions which in turn led me to do things differently. These weren't RV they were dream premonitions, and when I caught on that they were premonitions (after they would happen) I then began to work to do the opposite of what I saw or say something a person was about to say word for word, which also changed the outcome, but that was more for my amusement mostly. My dreams that were premonitions were very direct and to the point. And they were very noticeably different than normal dreams. I think that I changed too many things because this does not happen for me anymore, I no longer have premonitions in dreams.


Your sub-conscious mind was obviously alerting you to event trajectory calculations that it had performed, and was warning you that if you allowed the established trajectory to proceed, that you'd dislike the outcome. This is the same thing that occurs when a good tarot reader has you do a sitting. Your brain's "inner Savant" logically calculates what it knows to be the established trajectory (like the baseball fielder tracking the fly ball as he's running to intercept it with his glove) of a specific situation that you're involved within. Your "inner Savant" (if done properly) has registered the relative position of the cards in the tarot deck, and employs the hand/mind connection to "shuffle the question into the deck", which means shuffling the right cards to the top so that they will end up within the reading for the reader to correctly interpret.

If done correctly, a tarot reading is your own "inner Savant" revealing to your conscious awareness what only it can possibly predict - considering that it has already stored and registered all data connected to the situation in question, and has aligned it all in context with everything else that it has recorded concerning anyone or anything else that is (or could become associated with) that situation as the days, weeks and months progress into the immediate future. This is why a proper tarot question includes a time window for the prediction to unfold within.

Your dream was (likely) your "inner Savant" reaching out to you with what you needed to know to avert what it would've known to be a negative result. It's not supernatural. No more supernatural than that Rainman character in that Dustin Hoffman movie who could instantly tell you how many toothpicks had just fallen onto the floor. Raw calculating power of the "inner Savant" that we all possess, applied to the effort to anticipate the future progression of an already initiated causal trajectory. Like tracking a fly ball.
edit on 12/31/2010 by NorEaster because: (no reason given)



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