posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:54 PM
I have looked into the phenomenon of remote viewing, and here are my conclusions. RV is highly, highly sporadic in its results. Some of the
predictions made do come true, sometimes even defying chance, but despite this seemingly amazing occurrence, the vast majority of what is viewed does
not come to pass, which should cast doubt on what seemed to be correct, implying that it was sheer coincidence. But I do not think that is the case.
RV truly does seem to work sometimes, but it does not work much more often. Remember the talk of all the viewers who supposedly could not see beyond
December 21, 2012? Obviously this was wrong in that no catastrophic event occurred that would prevent such psychic viewing.
How does remote viewing work you ask? It seems that physics has yet to figure out how to unify different areas of study into a system that explains
the happenings of THE system as a whole. We all know this. But, I think that most scientists do not realize there is something more that they should
be studying. There are some workings of energy, coupled with the human body and brain, that affect the world around us. And since this has not been
realized by most, it has not been explained in any acceptable or provable terms. I am convinced that the traditional way of viewing matter, and
especially time, is flawed. We think that because distance separates two people or objects in space that there is no way any connection could
But occurrences of the past contradict this, even when the odds of coincidence are taken into account. Something that is of now unexplainable is going
on, no doubt about it. And there is an umbrella under which falls many things, like what we would consider paranormal happenings, religious
experiences, psychic phenomena including remote viewing. It is no secret that there really are psychic people out there. Even the government and law
enforcement have used them successfully, when all else had failed. But these things are not guaranteed to work. So even those who have somehow tapped
in to whatever is going on cannot sufficiently explain what is going on with certainty, otherwise they would know enough to make it work all the
There must be mathematical ways of explaining phenomena of this nature, and ultimately that is what we need. This is because equations tell us a lot.
If we know a set of equations are accurate in representing our reality, then we can manipulate those equations in various manners, such as combining
them with other related equations, changing their order or form following the rules of mathematics, etc..., and by doing this we are able to convert
the mathematical equations and results into some explanation of the variables used in the equations. Similar mathematics have been used to both derive
equations, as well as explain our world. The main one that comes to mind centers around Newtonian mechanics. Anyway, it seems there is much going on
that is unexplainable in any detailed terms.