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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ProfWag » 05 May 2010, 20:47

NinjaPuppy wrote:
ProfWag wrote:Did I mention I was at Elvis' house about 2 weeks ago? From what I saw, he's still laying around the pool there...

I will assume he was doing the dead man's float? :lol:

It looked more like he was weighted down by concrete... ;-)
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby NinjaPuppy » 05 May 2010, 20:55

ProfWag wrote:It looked more like he was weighted down by concrete... ;-)

Elvis was from Jersey?????? :D
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby dazsmith » 10 May 2010, 04:33

is just excuses
lame excuses
i wanna see him doing it

then follow the links I provided to public demosntrations of mine and many other remote viewers where we have been showing results month on month for three years.

All the best...

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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ciscop » 10 May 2010, 05:15

you omited the part where i said that
your past experiences are BORING
i dont care about that i care about seeing it

but you wouldnt do it since you already know you cant do it
:lol: :lol:
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ProfWag » 10 May 2010, 05:30

dazsmith wrote:
is just excuses
lame excuses
i wanna see him doing it

then follow the links I provided to public demosntrations of mine and many other remote viewers where we have been showing results month on month for three years.

All the best...

Daz

I have looked at your links and, unfortunately for me at least, didn't find anything "remotely" paranormal. The descriptions are just too vague. If you have something specifically paranormal, please share with specifics as to why you think it's paranormal.
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ciscop » 11 May 2010, 11:31

yes daz
please point out another one of your amazing hits
just like the one that you forgot you mentioned MUSIC when talking about a TORNADO and then you deny it !!
Nostradamus kicked your butt on that one

cherry picking at it best!!!

go ahead and do it for us
common

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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby dazsmith » 12 May 2010, 06:15

go ahead and do it for us
common


http://www.remoteviewed.com/files/11.4. ... sydney.pdf
done BLIND and in public. I did the rv session months before the actual target was chosen by a random process.

http://www.remoteviewed.com/files/ferri ... ession.pdf
plane crash event - done BLIND

wayland smithy - ancient stone monument - done BLIND
http://www.remoteviewed.com/files/daz_wayland.pdf

I have many more :)

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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ciscop » 12 May 2010, 07:52

you have many more what?
examples of cherry picking?

Who cares?

Do it or back off with those links
is just nonsense at it best
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ProfWag » 12 May 2010, 09:14

dazsmith wrote:
http://www.remoteviewed.com/files/ferri ... ession.pdf
plane crash event - done BLIND



DAz

I looked at Sydney before so I chose to look at your plane crash event. It appeared pretty obvious to me that you were describing a Navy ship. Terms such as "grey" mostly male, water, ferry, etc. led me to to that conclusion, yet you say it was a plane crash. If the target did, in fact, turn out to have been a ship instead of a plane, would you still claim it was a hit?
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ciscop » 12 May 2010, 10:58

bottom line
daz wont do a test for us because he cant do it
he knows we wont accept his retrofitting
he rather post links than to prove him right

poor daz

so self delluded
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ProfWag » 12 May 2010, 20:42

I truly think that Daz believes he can do what he says, but unfortunately, his experiments just don't stand up as far as I can tell. Reading his viewings, there are so many different words and phrases thrown about that the chance that some will fit with a target is bound to happen. If there are five people doing a remote viewing test on the Sydney Opera house and one of them got it spot on by actually naming it as the Sydney Opera House rather than what could be one of many, many seaside buildings, that would be impressive but not necessarily paranormal. If all five people viewed the same thing, that would be even more impressive, but in his view of the Sydney Opera House, what did the other four people draw? Did they come up with the same thoughts? Those viewings aren't shared in his post. Also, I don't know how many people are actually doing the viewing so those numbers are figurative.
I wish that the next time he does a blind viewing, he shares his notes with us and lets us determine what it is he's attempting to view in advance of the target reveal. Then, once the real target is revealed, let's see how many of us interpreted the target correctly.
Would you be willing to do that for us Daz?
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ciscop » 13 May 2010, 14:12

Nostradamus wrote:
LOL my tornado session doesn't mention music - its clearly a DESCRIPTION of a tornado - even named as a TORNADO - not named as MUSIC.


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Let's let folks see if Daz uses the word music in his tornado session.

There it is with little red boxes so no one can miss where tornado and music appear on the same page.

After my posts were branded as "blind sided sceptical stupidity" I replied with "When someone attempts to match up music to a tornado I guess I'll have to call that stupid."

The reply by Daz is given above. We can all see without having to look up Daz's rv that he indeed does say music. In fact he describes the event as "Relaxing movement - like music - a flow."

Daz I recommend that you review your own rvs. If claim that you tried to match up music and a tornado, then don't come to conclusion that I made it up. You and everyone else can see that this was the case. It's really dodgy to say this is a description of a tornado: relaxing movement. Give me a break!


oooh.. this was music to my ears
every time i see a believer getting his ass kick by a critical thinker
is awesome

reason trumps wishful thinking :lol: :lol: :lol:
thanks for the laugh nostradamus, i love it !
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby really? » 13 May 2010, 21:58

The logic used by Daz and many others on that side of the fence is well illustrated by this cartoon.
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby ciscop » 14 May 2010, 15:31

really? wrote:The logic used by Daz and many others on that side of the fence is well illustrated by this cartoon.
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really just nailed in the head !!!!
that is what DAZ is doing !!!

WELL DONE really!!

Daz Is just a believer who doesnt want to have his views change
he is nothing but a cherrypicker !!!

WELL DONE really !!!

You did it !!!
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Re: Daz - Remote Viewing Test

Postby dazsmith » 19 May 2010, 23:23

the fuuny thing in all this is the attitude and content of your arguments and posts. You have to rely on comedy and ridicule instead of intelligent arguments.
Let's let folks see if Daz uses the word music in his tornado session.

oooh.. this was music to my ears
every time i see a believer getting his ass kick by a critical thinker
is awesome


LOL this attempt to single out one word in the rv session, first out of context, and then to use it on its own saying my whole description is all about music when its read unbiased its clearly not - is just another sad attempt by sceptics.

whereas the actual summary of my data said:
The target consists of;
Structures, people, motion, object.

The Structures are;
Manmade, of mixed sizes and shapes.
At least one of the structures has a rough/texture surface feel.
One of the structures is tall with multiple levels to it, feels lipped in part.
Very linear accents seem to be part of the design.
This structure feels important to the location/region.
The structures feel like they are exposed to an aggressive, natural flowing motion.
The structures feel stepped and from above appear closely located.
Location feels close to a curved area of land/coastal.

The location is;
Hot, sandy and bright. The land itself felts generally flat and flowing in shape/form.
This feels edged by water/sea.
There is an object which is;
Shiny and smooth, this feels very curved and flowing in its designed form.
This is also manmade, metal.
This feels highly designed.
There are people at the target who are;
Hot & tiered with dry throats.

There is a motion at the target which is;

Aggressive and fluid, free in its movement.
This builds to a crescendo and then dissipates downwards.
The movement feels penetrating as it interacts with the location and structures.
The flow/movement is against the structures in a wild, uncontrolled manner.
The motion builds to a release then it trails away.
As it builds its motion is spikey with aggressive movements then it recedes with a
release of energy ‐ much like an orgasm.



No mention or FOCUS in the summary that anywhere describe a piece of music - yet does DESCRIBE what can be a TORNADO.

But that's Ok guys - in desperation why not try picking another random word form my data, take it out of context and present it as proof I'm off target - disregard the other 99% of the rv session - after all its not me that's looking desperate here :)

I tell you what - what not try to emphasis your intelligent points with some silly cartoons - yep that'll help :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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