Originally posted by unityemissions
Originally posted by anjuna
Originally posted by postmeme
Its over. Its done. You guys can stop grasping at straws & stop with this nonsense now
What is this "it" you keep referring to?
Quit the passive aggression.
If you don't know, you're truly an idiot.
Very interesting about the Binary Research Institute considering Sirius as a candidate for our sun's binary twin.
So all this time we've been using the wrong star charts! Of course our calendars (and extrapolations from ancient calendars) would be off! Quick, everyone re-calculate the REAL doomsday date using Sirius as the central focus! Apparently, whatever's going to happen doesn't revolve around the precession of the equinoxes (as Sirius does not precess)!
Um I never said anything about psychics. Maybe you're confusing me with another poster. By lumping the two of us together you are simply casting shame on both. Tainting us.
I'm not sure what range of "large" you are referring to (on a cosmic scale) but I do know things fall to earth fairly frequently. I'm not sure I'd classify them as "large" as most don't make much of an impact in the way of displacement waves or tsunamis as far as I know. Is that the sort of thing you are talking about? Or do you also mean "frequently" as in millions of years across history, large things like asteroids that could wipe out dinosaurs?
GARY E. SCHWARTZ, Ph.D., Director of the VERITAS Research Program, is a professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Surgery at the University of Arizona and director of its Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health and its Center for Frontier Medicine in Biofield Science. After receiving his doctorate from Harvard University, he served as a professor of psychology and psychiatry at Yale University, director of the Yale Psychophysiology Center, and co-director of the Yale Behavioral Medicine Clinic. Dr. Schwartz has published more than four hundred scientific papers, edited eleven academic books, is the author of The Afterlife Experiments, The G.O.D. Experiments, and The Truth About Medium, and is the co-author of The Living Energy Universe.
There is no such thing as a 100% objective experience. The observer always will influence the outcome in some way. Quantum physics is recognizing this but having trouble with *measuring* (again, need more advanced tools) just how small or large an impact it is at any given time.
A skeptic is just someone who isn't ready to accept certain evidence into their world according to their rules. Hardly an objective perspective.
I don't think we've gotten to that point yet. Plenty of evidence is given yet all of it still seems to be rejected. Why?
Psi and psychic phenomenon in general are well established in science today.
These are only your (minority) opinions and I completely disagree.
Back to the topic of this thread. It's hard to apply "our" science and current 3rd dimensional understanding to what is cataloged as paranormal or outside our scope of understanding.
I don't know if remote viewing is accurate as I've not followed long enough to realize an RV group session outcome event is true until Courtney Brown's RV session comes to fruition (or not) next June.