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Research on parapsychology is largely taboo in academia...
But in all cases, when teh researchers compared the scans, they saw precisly the same pattern of brain activation for the ESP and non-ESP images, meaning the brains responded the same
“I never liked to get into debates with the skeptics, because if you didn’t believe that remote viewing was real, you hadn’t done your homework.”
--Major General Edmund R Thompson
A RESEARCH REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY
FULFILLMENT OF THE RESEARCH
Research Advisor: Colonel Donald N. Panzenhagen
MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, ALABAMA
...Our fears and cynical attitudes
towards psychic capabilities make us our own worst enemies.
The Soviets, on the other hand, take psychic research very
seriously at all levels, particularly for its military
In December 1980 Lieutenant Colonel John B. Alexander,
US Army, authored an article in Militax Review entitled
"The New Mental Battlefield: Beam Me Up, Spock." In this
article he challenged the imagination of his readers when
he stated, "To be more specific, there are weapons systems
that operate on the power of the mind and whose lethal
capacity has already been demonstrated" (3:47). he
discussed psychotronic weaponry and provided eye-opening,
,unclassified information on both Soviet and American....
Researchers contend psychic functioning
"occurs naturally in the everyday experiences of many
people"(41:l1). Psi is further subdivided into two
categories. The term extrasensory perception (ESP) refers
to telepathy, dowsing, precognition and remote viewing,
while the term PK refers to psychokinesis (33:27).
Psychotronics is the term used to describe "the
amplification of psychic energies by electronic
and of course its very convenient to shoot down someone who has even worked at the leading universities when he veers into the "taboo" subjects.
but they've also been studied in those thousands upon thousands of university tests
Probably the most cutting edge in Russia and China, because they do things we don't publish.
Now, this question will go out to everyone minus the skeptics, because they don't usually include any research, and the ones they do are questionable.
---There are 17, 500 institutions of higher learning around the world, and roughly 50 acacemics in the world who are openly interested in psi and that includes both proponents and skeptics. This means the academic interest level is approximately 0.3%.
That means 99.7% of academia in the world, don't have a single person identified for their interest, pro or con.
That is a TABOO.
Well over 90% of the population is interested.
This is a massively controlled subject and we're being kept in a time bubble in the dark ages. /quote]
No one is preventing you or any one else from doing research. What we do know is that despite decades and decades of research nothing has turned up. You are free to do your own research. Maybe you could be famous by publishing in this field.
The use of psi by the government probably came into play when the Soviets "leaked" a fake movie showing "successful" psi. This tricked the US and its allies into all sorts of wasteful experiments. Despite the continued failures the US and its allies hoped to catch up to the Soviet successes - which were fakes.
Unlike Utts who attributed this to psi, Hayman did not since the evidence for psi was lacking.
The point of what was written is that Hayman found something very interesting occurring, that was carried out with good protocol in such a wide range of studies that coincidence could not account for it.
One drew the obvious words to described it: PSI, the other was not willing to call it something, but admitted it was real.
So what you just said is not true.
Originally posted by Nikola014
I thought that a remote viewer person can only see a distant object, not to see what is going to happen in the future.
Originally posted by Unity_99
Now some other points/notes. Then I think someone, not just me, because I have to pick up my mother from the hospital now,
There is no problem veering into "taboo" subjects as long as there is reasoning and evidence to support the stance.
That's not true is it? The tests were not done in universities.
Originally posted by shushu
I think speed and the angle of decent is going to determine the type of destruction we may or may not experience. I just hope it hits like a bullet in the deepest part of the ocean.
There are thousands upon thousands of research findings that give complete evidence that this is real.
Huge differences. And these are just the studies on telepathy in universities, not in military, in the unclassified sectors.
Like Utt said, in any other field of science this is absolute proof.
That is an outright lie, either spoken through lack of research or worse, with intent to bury truth under reams of mistruth.
And he also mentioned that these were only some of the studies being conductd in many universities.
Now, here is the thing. I am not going to spend a year coming up with each study.
You have no reason to ignore the conclusions or information brought up in government overview committees