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rashore

Notes from a weekend spent with a psychic spy

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Just off the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, the United States’ longest running parapsychology research laboratory is hidden behind a humble facade. Fitting for a research institute that delves into the very root of the subtle realms of psyche lying hidden beneath our own humble human facades.

Founded in the 1930’s by psychologist J. B. Rhine, the Rhine Research Center, as it is now called, has been at the forefront of research into anomalous human experience for more than seven decades. It continues today as one of the major parapsychological research groups in the world, and the friendly folks at the Rhine are more than happy to share that experience with anyone who is honestly inquisitive about their work.

https://medium.com/@DBMetcalfe/remote-viewing-reality-notes-from-a-weekend-spent-with-a-psychic-spy-7a3c81c70e85

 

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Herr Falukorv

They havent come up with much evidence in 7 decades.

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XenoFish

Anything to make a dollar.

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Podo

Even if something is as crazy as ESP, it is good that is being tested. The only issue, in my view, is when a thing is determined to be nonexistent (psychic powers) but people fervently believe in it anyway. It's been tested, it's been researched, for decades and decades, and it just isn't a thing. Move on!

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John from Lowell

It is nice to know that these things are being studied.

 

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