Remote Viewing news & blogs – week ending 26 April 2013
Welcome to another weekly round-up of the webs Remote viewing, psychic, esp news and weirdness. This week we have even more in the TED debate but now the big guns have stepped in with over 19 top scientists kicking verbal butt.
Scientists Intervene in TED Controversy
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“There was a stunning intervention in the TED controversy by 19 leading scientists. In brief it looks like TED Curator Chris Anderson opened Pandora’s Box”
Texas A&M research discovers ‘almost psychic’ communication
April 22, 2013 [article]
“A Texas A&M University quantum physicist has uncovered an “almost psychic communication.”
M. Suhail Zubairy, an A&M physics and astronomy professor, along with a post-doctoral fellow and Saudi researchers developed a way for two parties to communicate without using physical particles, or photons, suggesting information can travel between two parties in an unusual way.”
Remote Viewing in the Sooner State
The Paris review Daily – April 24, 2013 [article]
“Assuming my issue of EYE SPY, a British glossy devoted to “The Covert World of Espionage,” can be trusted, between 1973 and 1995 the United States government (and its Chinese and Soviet rivals) spent millions hiring teams of personnel to scry photographs of enemy installations and describe their heretofore unknowable innards. A final report on the Star Gate Project, a remote viewing project conducted during these years (preceded by Sun Streak, Dragon Absorb, Center Lane, Grill Flame and Gondola Wish), acknowledged a “statistically observable effect,” albeit one producing information too “vague and ambiguous … to yield actionable intelligence.””
March, 2013 [Article]
“A strong contender for the strangest book ever written about chemistry is Occult chemistry by Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater published in 1909. It offers an element-by-element account of the form and structure of atoms, with astonishingly rich substructure and detail – some like ornate frozen splashes, others resembling the rose windows of Gothic cathedrals. Far from being unsplittable – this was eight years before Ernest Rutherford astonished the world by ‘splitting the atom’ – these atoms are composites of more fundamental particles, of which hydrogen is composed of 18 and nitrogen of no fewer than 290.
You’re wondering, no doubt, how on earth the authors knew all this in the days before x-ray diffraction, electron microscopy and high-energy particle physics. The answer is that they saw it with their own eyes. Besant was president of the Theosophical Society, the eastern-tinged mystical group founded by the Russian medium Helena Blavatsky, and Leadbeater was a spiritualist medium. Their occult powers enabled the duo to shrink their perceptive faculties to atomic dimensions, whereupon they could perceive the shapes of atoms directly.”