papageorge1 Posted August 24, 2019 #276 Share Posted August 24, 2019 (edited) 38 minutes ago, Liquid Gardens said: I agree that NDEs are difficult to provide evidence for, seeing as everyone involved should instead be focused on making sure that the situation stays only 'near' death. I'm glad you brought up remote viewing though, as I was going to raise the criticism that in just about every human endeavor I can think of, at least for things that are real, some humans consistently can perform better than others either through talent or expertise. Who are these gifted subjects who have shown fantastic odds against chance, who is the Mozart of remote viewers and specifically what can they do? If you are really interested the most serious researcher in the field of Remote Vieind is physicist Russel Targ. Here's an article regarding government involvement with Targ. Excerpt: In this special Part 1 Episode they delve deeply into the clandestine world of Psychic Spies and discuss the new documentary, 'Third Eye Spies' on Targ's classified work with extraordinarily gifted Remote Viewers like Artist Ingo Swann, Military Officer Joe McMoneagle and Burbank Police Commissioner Pat Price Another leading figure in just the odds against chance portion of Remote viewing is Jessica Utts University of California Professor of Statistics. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=jessica+utts+on+remote+viewing&view=detail&mid=0A9312D715FC3AF1A0D40A9312D715FC3AF1A0D4&FORM=VIRE 38 minutes ago, Liquid Gardens said: Remote viewing in principle should be effortless to prove, yet science seems to be oblivious to these gifted subjects. Why is that? Huh....look at the materialist lacquer over that which you call 'science'. What I call 'science' includes a broader field of things. There are those scientists and statisticians that are not oblivious to these things! Edited August 24, 2019 by papageorge1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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