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papageorge1
1 minute ago, Imaginarynumber1 said:

The obvious 2 being you and papageorge

Any proof of that or just your opinion?

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Imaginarynumber1
1 minute ago, papageorge1 said:

Any proof of that or just your opinion?

I could take a random photo, say there is a ghost in it, and you would believe it

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macqdor

well that doesn't make any sense.  you're protecting me from myself LMAO!

 

I digress

 

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Kulagina was suspected of utilizing hidden magnets and threads to perform her feats.[3] She was caught cheating on more than one occasion, according to British authors Joel Levy[4] and Mike Dash[5] and American science writer Martin Gardner.[6] In 1987, Kulagina sued and won a partial victory in a defamation case brought against a Soviet government magazine that had accused her of fraud.[7]

OMG i'd buy Kulagina cup of coffee if she was still around. Skeptics calling someone a fraud.   The word fraud is another word for bias.

skeptics make careers protecting their personal world view. IMHO of  course ;-)

 

 

 

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XenoFish
Just now, Imaginarynumber1 said:

I could take a random photo, say there is a ghost in it, and you would believe it

Just make up a ghost story. That works too.

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acute
6 minutes ago, Imaginarynumber1 said:

The obvious 2 being you and papageorge

Excuse me..... I'm gullible too.

I resent being omitted! :w00t:

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danydandan
12 minutes ago, macqdor said:

 

I think the gullible people would resent you calling them gullible.  can everyone speak for themselves?

why do the skeptics fear information?

 

state your argument. your disbelief and let people make up their own minds.

 

who here is gullible? point them out to me.

for the record you just called someone a name. when u said "gullible."

 

 

 

 

Did you check the references of this article? ResearchGate is not a scientific research resource. 

The second link references this link for it's conclusions now I've randomly opened 15 out of the links provided and none have positive results, as far as their validity I'd need to read more. Please show me a paper in the link with positive results. The vast majority of them have nothing to do with the article nor this topic.

http://deanradin.com/evidence/evidence.htm

Well and the third link is a YouTube video.

Not one iota of tangible evidence to support or suggest this woman had any 'powers'.

Damn you @sci-nerd for making me read this crap.

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I could take a random photo, say there is a ghost in it, and you would believe it

Dude, everybody knows ghosts aren't real ;-)~

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Imaginarynumber1
Just now, XenoFish said:

Just make up a ghost story. That works too.

Literally say ANYTHING and he'll believe you

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Imaginarynumber1
Just now, macqdor said:

Dude, everybody knows ghosts aren't real ;-)~

And neither are psychics. You're learning.

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XenoFish
Just now, macqdor said:

well that doesn't make any sense.  you're protecting me from myself LMAO!

 

I digress

 

OMG i'd buy Kulagina cup of coffee if she was still around. Skeptics calling someone a fraud.   The word fraud is another word for bias.

skeptics make careers protecting their personal world view. IMHO of  course ;-)

 

 

 

Yeah a fraud would be someone who faked a haunting, got called out on it, then ran away. Not saying who:whistle:

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danydandan
1 minute ago, macqdor said:

well that doesn't make any sense.  you're protecting me from myself LMAO!

 

I digress

 

OMG i'd buy Kulagina cup of coffee if she was still around. Skeptics calling someone a fraud.   The word fraud is another word for bias.

skeptics make careers protecting their personal world view. IMHO of  course ;-)

 

 

 

So do believers. 

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sci-nerd
2 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

Any proof of that or just your opinion?

I'd say you have a history here on UM to accept any testimony given on the paranormal by total anonymous strangers. I don't recall seeing you ask for additional evidence. If you did do that, I've missed it.

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XenoFish
2 minutes ago, macqdor said:

ghosts aren't real 

Does that mean you're going to stop posting ghost threads? Which all turn into a trash fire. 

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Imaginarynumber1
Just now, XenoFish said:

 Which all turn into a trash fire. 

Well all know that I'm the resident dumpster fire around here

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“The most fatal illusion is the settled point of view. Since life is growth and motion, a fixed point of view kills anybody who has one.” 
 Brooks Atkinson

 

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XenoFish

Nevermind.

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sci-nerd
1 minute ago, macqdor said:

“The most fatal illusion is the settled point of view. Since life is growth and motion, a fixed point of view kills anybody who has one.” 
 Brooks Atkinson

I'm not settled! Give it to me, baby! The evidence!

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danydandan

@sci-nerd seriously dude one of these papers is on the power of prayer done by MIT and it shows that when people know they are being prayed for that subject group had a higher rate of mortality.  

A few of them are just nuts, like 40 years old. 

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XenoFish
1 minute ago, danydandan said:

A few of them are just nuts, like 40 years old. 

Shh, the older the "evidence" the better. Like a wine. 

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preacherman76
11 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

Yeah a fraud would be someone who faked a haunting, got called out on it, then ran away. Not saying who:whistle:

Ran away? That’s one way to put it I guess. 

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sci-nerd
2 minutes ago, danydandan said:

@sci-nerd seriously dude one of these papers is on the power of prayer done by MIT and it shows that when people know they are being prayed for that subject group had a higher rate of mortality.  

A few of them are just nuts, like 40 years old. 

You talking bout that telepathy link? If so, thanks for checkin it out for me! :tu:

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danydandan
Just now, XenoFish said:

Shh, the older the "evidence" the better. Like a wine. 

You'd not say that about cheese or meat. 

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macqdor
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“It does take great maturity to understand that the opinion we are arguing for is merely the hypothesis we favor, necessarily imperfect, probably transitory, which only very limited minds can declare to be a certainty or a truth.” 
 Milan Kundera, Encounter

see you on my next posts guys.

I leave this candy cane for you to devour.

 

 

Enjoy

 

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danydandan
Just now, sci-nerd said:

You talking bout that telepathy link? If so, thanks for checkin it out for me! :tu:

No, the links in the OPs article.

Your one, while interesting, isn't mind to mind. It's mind to computer to internet to computer to mind.

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