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Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby dazsmith » 20 Mar 2010, 21:40

This was a PUBLIC remote viewing test as part of a year long project in 2009.
This year long test was to see if it were possible to sue remote viewing predictively before the actual new event and the target were even chosen.
http://www.farsight.org/demo/Multiple_U ... h2009.html

I did the remote viewing in 9th March 2009 - BLIND with no information.
A random news event was picked as the target on May 4th 2009.
This was for a news event that happened in April 2009.

So i did my remote viewing approx 4week before the actual event and approx 8 wks before it was chosen as the actual target.

here is my Rv session: http://www.farsight.org/demo/Multiple_U ... th_CRV.pdf

here is the Target/feedback:
http://www.farsight.org/demo/Multiple_U ... _March.pdf

Now skeptics - did I describe an name (correctly) the target chosen which was a Tornado event?
A simple you or no would be easiest but I'm sure well have much larger descriptions of coincidence and alike..

As a test of skeptical enquiry - what happened here?

All the best...

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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby Nostradamus » 22 Mar 2010, 00:10

I've already commented on this. For once, daz makes a hit with a work. He also claims to not being able to name things yet in this report he names a number of things like Milan, and Dubai.

Unless extreme cherry picking is allowed this is a whopping miss.

Misses: hot, sandy, dry, shiny, smooth, man-made metal, feels highly designed, hot and tired with dry throats, spiky builds, fashion, cold, solid, hard, designed, dry throat, directional, escape, very linear, angular, edged, surfaces, solid, island, tall, multiple levels, exposed, motion, sound, aggravation, buffered, tight/lipped structure, sandy, bright, low, flat ...

The tornado word appears on the same page where it says: bright, high, gray, brown, yellow ochers, green, white earthy, salty, stuffy, decay, flowing, impact, furtherance, troubles, tall, sharp, flowing, thick, solid, flowing, curved, tall, central, relaxing movement, music
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby Nostradamus » 22 Mar 2010, 00:11

Sorry. My answer is NO.
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby ProfWag » 22 Mar 2010, 19:20

Predicting a tornado in April? Sorry, doesn't seem very paranormal to me.
I agree with ND, I don't really see a lot of hits that couldn't be classified as an educated guess, but then again, unless I missed it, II didn't see the actual news event that resulted from the experiment being claimed as a possible hit. Was it in England? Oklahoma? Florida?
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby ciscop » 23 Mar 2010, 07:32

boring!!!

that´s all you can do!?!?!
you are just chaining words and expect a hit!

is like youdid with Osama Bin Laden... what was it??
A CAVE?!!??!

wow!!
right now.. im thinking
Dave Letterman.. lets see...
Dave Letterman.. CBS studio, 7floor, velvet handcuffs, nightvision, young intern girls...
how i did it?!?!?1
man i must be doing something paranormal.. i just chained a bunch of words..

do it for real
common Daz
you know you can
DO IT
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby ProfWag » 23 Mar 2010, 07:55

I just had a vision! I saw a swirley bunch of clouds and rain and water. This might resemble a hurricane that will be in the Atlantic sometime in June. I also see the name "Alex" associated with it. Let's see how I do!
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby Nostradamus » 23 Mar 2010, 09:10

I'm viewing something for September.

Noise, flying, swirling
Reds, blues, dim
Curved, man-made, soaring, planar, tall, blanched, seed-like
Quiet, bright, intense, spots, smooth, auras, plastics
Hard, sweet, aromas, movement, inert, vascillating, indigenous

I'm not sure if it is a reality show or the fall mid-term US elections.
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby NinjaPuppy » 23 Mar 2010, 19:47

I also have a vision. It's very clear.

Skeptics, pushing their luck, computers, typing, hostility. Oh wait, that's not visions, that is just "the usual" around here. :cry:

For those of us who BELIEVE there might be something behind RV and who would actually like to learn more about the subject, it makes it hard to do so when you have to wade through all the negative BS comments. Lighten up you skeptics and you too ciscop. Y'all are harshing my mellow and probably p!$$ing off Daz real good.
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby really? » 23 Mar 2010, 21:21

NinjaPuppy wrote:I also have a vision. It's very clear.

Skeptics, pushing their luck, computers, typing, hostility. Oh wait, that's not visions, that is just "the usual" around here. :cry:

For those of us who BELIEVE there might be something behind RV and who would actually like to learn more about the subject, it makes it hard to do so when you have to wade through all the negative BS comments. Lighten up you skeptics and you too ciscop. Y'all are harshing my mellow and probably p!$$ing off Daz real good.


What Nos. and Prowag are demonstrating in Daz'es claims of success is the pos hoc selective memory process.
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby ProfWag » 23 Mar 2010, 21:27

Actually NinjaPuppy, I'm trying to learn also. But unless or until Daz clears it up for me, it appears that one of his successes was predicting a tornado in the month of April. How can someone learn about remote viewing with an example like that? I was trying to make a point that if one is going to make a claim of the feasibility of remote viewing, then hopefully a more accurate view would be more acceptable to all who are interested in learning.
I can shut up and just let people post their stuff while showing just one side of the story if you'd prefer. I was just trying to show some humor, though it appears I was being a smart ass.
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby NinjaPuppy » 23 Mar 2010, 22:39

It's not the fact that anyone asks for clarification, that is a must IMO. Let's take this whole situation from the top, shall we?

Daz starts a topic about RV. Daz tries to explain his method and protocol. Daz does a heck of a great job doing it and posts links to his information.

Questions crop up in the process.

Ciscop starts this topic and Daz's topic goes from a great exchange of information to grade school antics REAL FAST.

Not to mention that it's hard to follow the information when it's spread over multiple topics.
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby dazsmith » 26 Mar 2010, 03:14

Profwag said:
Actually NinjaPuppy, I'm trying to learn also. But unless or until Daz clears it up for me, it appears that one of his successes was predicting a tornado in the month of April. How can someone learn about remote viewing with an example like that? I was trying to make a point that if one is going to make a claim of the feasibility of remote viewing, then hopefully a more accurate view would be more acceptable to all who are interested in learning.
I can shut up and just let people post their stuff while showing just one side of the story if you'd prefer. I was just trying to show some humor, though it appears I was being a smart ass.


Look as remote viewers we don't pick the targets.
How was I too know that what I was describing weeks in advance would be a tornado event that someone else picked. Your comments make it seem as though if you asked anyone to do a target - the first thing that would enter their mind form any target in the world - is Ok its nearly april - i know ill just describe a tornado event???

You don't seem to get it -
not only did I describe this BLIND target in detail.
I described in in advance of the actual tornado
AND in advance of it even being the chosen as the target.

When I did my remote viewing both the tornado event and the choosing of the later on as the actual target had not even occurred.

BUT this is OK - if you don't like that target lets use one from my website without all the predictive enigmas involved - a plain old remote viewing BLIND example: how about this one - did I or did i not both name and accurately sketch the target?
http://www.remoteviewed.com/files/11.4. ... sydney.pdf

I did the target BLIND in April, 2008.
The target was then later given to me as feedback in June, 2008. The feedback info is included in the front of the document.
All I had was the made-up number of : 18408-0005 (which I made-up) as a focus point and info up front. (this was the days date and target 5).

All the best...

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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby ciscop » 26 Mar 2010, 03:32

dazsmith wrote:Profwag said:
Actually NinjaPuppy, I'm trying to learn also. But unless or until Daz clears it up for me, it appears that one of his successes was predicting a tornado in the month of April. How can someone learn about remote viewing with an example like that? I was trying to make a point that if one is going to make a claim of the feasibility of remote viewing, then hopefully a more accurate view would be more acceptable to all who are interested in learning.
I can shut up and just let people post their stuff while showing just one side of the story if you'd prefer. I was just trying to show some humor, though it appears I was being a smart ass.


Look as remote viewers we don't pick the targets.
How was I too know that what I was describing weeks in advance would be a tornado event that someone else picked. Your comments make it seem as though if you asked anyone to do a target - the first thing that would enter their mind form any target in the world - is Ok its nearly april - i know ill just describe a tornado event???

You don't seem to get it -
not only did I describe this BLIND target in detail.
I described in in advance of the actual tornado
AND in advance of it even being the chosen as the target.

When I did my remote viewing both the tornado event and the choosing of the later on as the actual target had not even occurred.

BUT this is OK - if you don't like that target lets use one from my website without all the predictive enigmas involved - a plain old remote viewing BLIND example: how about this one - did I or did i not both name and accurately sketch the target?
http://www.remoteviewed.com/files/11.4. ... sydney.pdf

I did the target BLIND in April, 2008.
The target was then later given to me as feedback in June, 2008. The feedback info is included in the front of the document.
All I had was the made-up number of : 18408-0005 (which I made-up) as a focus point and info up front. (this was the days date and target 5).

All the best...

Daz


thank you for providing yet another example of what we psychologists know as Retrofitting

you say something then you look for things to adjust to what you say..
that´s why a test with NP was proposed, but i know you´ll never take it since you cant do what you say you can
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby Nostradamus » 26 Mar 2010, 03:44

Daz, I know with all of the posting done here you might have overlooked a post of mine in which I asked for assistance in how you match up your viewing with the event.

It is true that you wrote tornado along the right margin. I don't see how any of the other words on the page are a match. I also looked over other examples of rv and you claim hits when the right hand margin words are obvious misses such as writing MRI scanner for a failed rocket launch.

I describe this BLIND target in detail.


I don't see how other words on the page such as music match a tornado. If I were to match the event with anything in the world I'd match it up to the tallest building in the world in Dubai. You even said Dubai, and music, and dry, thirsty, and so forth. Tornado could be a metaphorical description of the tower itself, especially in light of some of the other terms you used.

So how do I differentiate the use of one word on a page with the use of many words on the page?
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Re: Skeptics - Remote Viewing test

Postby Nostradamus » 26 Mar 2010, 03:49

I would also point out that 270 tornadoes occurred in the US in April of 2009. Which are you referring to?
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