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The Non-Evidence of the Unknown

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Re: The Non-Evidence of the Unknown

Postby _Ice_Ages_14_Aces_ » 14 Oct 2011, 15:48

craig weiler wrote:That's interesting. In large part because psi seems to be related to magnetic fields.

I strongly disagree. The Ganzfeld Experiments uses electromagnetic shielded chambers and for some reason, ganzfeld studies were still highly statistically significant!

Try to explain that via magnetic fields.....
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Re: The Non-Evidence of the Unknown

Postby craig weiler » 15 Oct 2011, 08:18


Telepathy does have the exact same properties as entanglement: Instantaneous communication over infinite distances without regard for intervening obstacles and no signal loss.
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Re: The Non-Evidence of the Unknown

Postby really? » 31 Oct 2013, 06:09

anraj761 wrote:It all comes down to something known as the double slit experiment that demonstrates what is called "The Observer Effect." It's very famous and there are videos and explanations all over the web. No one doubts the results of the experiments, but skeptics do question whether consciousness is the cause. Because they have dived in, there is all sorts of misinformation to be found and whacky theories from wannabe physicists.

It's a great misunderstanding to think consciousness plays a role. Observer really means taking a measurement which disturbs the quantum superposition causing the system to take a definite state, the outcome of which can't be predetermined until it happens.
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