19 Apr 2010, 20:02
20 Apr 2010, 03:19
dazsmith wrote:Hey Daz, you may say this "is a great description of a TORNADO," but speaking of music, this is also a great description of Johan Sebastian Bach's "The Art of the Fugue." Think of Bach and then re-read what you wrote. Seriously.
but you are also ignoring all the sketches - and you are also just taking this one example of remote viewing out of context on its own. I have supplied hundreds of examples in links.
All you can do is try to match any other silly and unrelated things like music to the actual experiment and to add stupid videos to go along with it - in desperate hope that comedy and sleight of hand will make some people be distracted form the actual reality - i see the amazing randi taught your sleight of hand sceptics - well These are generally only part correct - and as I also said we aren't allowed to name things - only describe.
But as I've said before - you haven't even tried read how and why remote viewers do certain things, why some data is put to one side - its as I said trying to explain to monkeys who haven't even bothered to understand and read-up of the subject they are discussing.
22 Apr 2010, 22:08
I'm sorry Daz, I just don't get it. If you are so hell bent that you described a tornado, then when you were writing your summary, why in the hell didn't you write "it's a tornado" rather than throw out all sorts of words
P.S. You can say all you want about how silly music is in relation to your description, but the fact remains that I believe that it sounds like classical music and when I read your summary to my wife, she also said classical music without any input from me.
Also, I've never associated the word "orgasm" with a tornado, but orgasm and music, well...that's a different story...
22 Apr 2010, 22:33
Mark my summary properly and you'll find its probably over 90% accurate to the description of a tornado - the target.
23 Apr 2010, 00:57
Nostradamus wrote:Mark my summary properly and you'll find its probably over 90% accurate to the description of a tornado - the target.
I would have ranked it under 25%, maybe as low as 10%. Other than the cherry picked word tornado I see virtually nothing.
24 Apr 2010, 23:02
25 Apr 2010, 13:46
04 May 2010, 20:59
What would be a better test? Simple, concrete drawings. Agreements beforehand on whether the description can be metaphorical or not. For example, one of the Smiles/emoticons on this site: Or, a simple sketch of a stop sign. Or, a triangle.
05 May 2010, 00:50
05 May 2010, 02:50
ciscop wrote:so if NP gets an image of elvis and puts it in a locked box
can you get the elvis or not?
Daz wrote:Also pictures like en emoticon have the other bad value of not being physical which makes it a bad target. For example how can i as a remoet viewer using my real physical senses describe an emoticon;
what doe an emoticon taste like?
what does it smell like?
if i touch it - how does it feel?
if i move above it what can i see?
This type of thing.
05 May 2010, 02:59
05 May 2010, 04:32
Did you NOT understand??? Besides, I have much too much work to do today to go to Memphis, dig up Elvis and put him in a box. Besides, he's already in a box. Not to mention that I don't care to even think about what Elvis tastes or smells like at this point.
05 May 2010, 06:22
NinjaPuppy wrote:ciscop - Daz told you 'NO' and I don't blame him one bit. He took his time to share his experience and personal details and all everyone did was pick his information to pieces. Perhaps if you would ask questions rather than post nasty comments, we all might actually learn something here.
ND and ProfWag approached the subject with hard hitting questions, not snide remarks. There is a difference.
05 May 2010, 07:44
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...
05 May 2010, 07:59