Considering Theoretical Foundations to Remote Viewing

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Re: Considering Theoretical Foundations to Remote Viewing

Postby ryguy » Thu Jul 03, 2008 5:49 pm

lol....geez, nothing like a little bit of self-promotion, eh Gary? Are you feeling unappreciated? :)

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Re: Considering Theoretical Foundations to Remote Viewing

Postby dazdude » Thu Jul 03, 2008 10:43 pm

Daz, we've already been over all of this but even Jessica Utts (who believes “anomalous cognition” is possible) agreed it wasn’t necessary to focus on the SRI data…


dude the SRI data finished in the mid 80's this still leaves ten years of military and SAIC data that was ignored.
Also the military program went form 1978 to 1995 yet only 93-95 was looked at?
but hey if you all think that evaluation of the known worst time when no actual trained remote viewers were actually practising - is real evaluative and scientifically sound then who am i to argue.lol

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Re: Considering Theoretical Foundations to Remote Viewing

Postby Gary » Sat Jul 05, 2008 3:52 am

Self-promotion? Would you expect anything less from one of Sarfatti's 'students' :-)
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