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Telepathy experiment *Edit

Postby ciscop » 14 Aug 2009, 02:55

So we talked before about the Harvard ESP study (they found no evidence that ESP existed)
http://www.harvardscience.harvard.edu/c ... e-esp-real
also Prof Wag found that NAS says there is no evidence in the past 130 years to supports believe in ESP
http://www.nasonline.org/

i was wondering
what Believers think of this study
it was printed in yoga magazine proving Telepathy and i found it in Dean Radin.com

http://www.deanradin.com/papers/IntJYog ... 203406.pdf
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Re: Telepathy (skeptics please stay away)

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Aug 2009, 03:34

It looks like I'm going to have some time to check out your links and give this some thought. I've skimmed this information but have not had the proper time to really sit down and pay full attention. I'm still trying to aquaint myself with much of the links, studies, topics etc. I look forward to it. Thanks for posting this discussion.
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Re: Telepathy (skeptics please stay away)

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Aug 2009, 03:36

Also... I'm curious as to why you specifically request that "skeptics please stay away?" IMO, you tend to lean toward the skeptical side yourself.
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Re: Telepathy (skeptics please stay away)

Postby ciscop » 14 Aug 2009, 03:41

:D
because this is a study
thats is in favor of telepathy
which is something paranormal

and it comes from a link from dean radin
so i wanted to get the believer´s side
i cant tell you right ahead
i dont believe in the study and have my reasons, but i want to see what the other side thinks
i want to see if you can get to the same conclusions that i got when i read the study
two sides, two perspectives or one perspective..
thats what i wonder
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Re: Telepathy (skeptics please stay away)

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Aug 2009, 04:23

ciscop wrote::D
because this is a study
thats is in favor of telepathy
which is something paranormal

and it comes from a link from dean radin
so i wanted to get the believer´s side
i cant tell you right ahead
i dont believe in the study and have my reasons, but i want to see what the other side thinks
i want to see if you can get to the same conclusions that i got when i read the study
two sides, two perspectives or one perspective..
thats what i wonder


Then does this mean that you are taking the role of sole skeptic in this discussion? I guess I'm just curious as to your reasons for you decision to request that no other skeptics participate. Granted, you do state that you have your reasons and comparing notes to see if believers draw the same conclusion as you is interesting.
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Re: Telepathy (skeptics please stay away)

Postby ciscop » 14 Aug 2009, 08:34

i just didnt want dean radin trashed before there was a debate
but maybe i should change the subject
to avoid that
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Re: Telepathy experiment *Edit

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Aug 2009, 10:39

OK, your first link says it doesn't exist.

The second link takes me to the home page but not to any particular article.

And last but not least, I don't really understand the third link (article) as it's over my head.

Oh well..... I tried.
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Re: Telepathy experiment *Edit

Postby ciscop » 14 Aug 2009, 22:41

NinjaPuppy wrote:OK, your first link says it doesn't exist.

The second link takes me to the home page but not to any particular article.

And last but not least, I don't really understand the third link (article) as it's over my head.

Oh well..... I tried.


1. http://www.harvardscience.harvard.edu/c ... e-esp-real
sorry! i posted a wrong link!!

2. yeah.. im not sure if you are following linzeebinzee thread but prof wag said that is 700 pages report and it costs money, so theres no way of getting a link

3. ooh well.. at least you tried.. it is a study that supports esp and there´s even draw duplications in there
quite cool.
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Re: Telepathy experiment *Edit

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Aug 2009, 22:53

OK, new link works.

The title, "Neuroimaging fails to demonstrate ESP is real", is obviously accurate. But no more convincing than "Toaster oven fails to demonstrate that it proves global warming".

IMO, it doesn't indicate that ESP isn't possible. Just that neuroimaging isn't the way to prove it exists.
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