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XenoFish

What a waste of time and purely imaginative guess work. 

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22 minutes ago, Desertrat56 said:

No, the unit I was in was a strictly Army operation. 

Not to discount your intuition because i rely heavily on mine and bet you are probably right, but at the same time when I read your story i thought you are probably attractive, and that would explain peoples odd behaviors. I believe what you are saying, but i also feel like they may not have been completely aware of your abilities, they may have been staring at you and treating you special because you are a woman and they wanted your attention. Happens to me all the time lol.

With that being said I am very interested in your practices too. When i was younger i practiced sending dreams to friends. I wrote them on paper and did a wiccan spell. (Yes i was curious about wicca in junior high) the results were cut and dry, it %100 worked. The funny thing is i got lazy and sent 2 in the same vessel, and the next day my friend whom 1 was meant for described in complete detail both scenarios i wrote down. I never doubted the power of belief again. My x husband could communicate with me telepathically as well. It was super weird because i just get this random detailed out of place thought, and then he would proceed to say what i already heard, very often, and sometimes visa versa. I chalked that up to coincidence at first until i realized it included random obscure things that i never would have thought about on my own.

To be honest i completely relate with the training method i linked to because i already recognise that bit of intuition and information that pops up as such. Took me many times over the years ignoring it and wishing i hadnt to learn the power of intuition and how helpful it is to recognise that bit of blurry data when it appears. It is always the first thought, then the objective overlay comes second. 

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23 hours ago, Nnicolette said:

I just wanted to check and see how many of you do/do not believe in remote viewing, and why? Who has experience with it? Please share your input!

Also if so, have you ever tried to access restricted areas such as the pentagon, the white house, the vatican, the moon or mars and what happened?

Temporal Sequencing Paradoxes

In popular culture humans are portrayed as only having five senses but science knows that we have between 14 and 20 depending on which ones you ask. Some examples of our other senses include how we can sense when we are dehydrated, when we go on a car journey we can sense the direction of acceleration, and of course women correlate their cycles based on the location of the moon. An article about our additional senses:

https://bigthink.com/philip-perry/think-you-have-only-5-senses-its-actually-a-lot-more-than-that

A lot of people without much psychology knowledge think that their experience of reality is both real and exists outside of themselves. Its like a sonar operator onboard a submarine thinking their display is actually reality when in fact its just a representation of what exists outside the sub. Humans are the same. Our senses feed electrical signals to our brains, a lot of different regions in the brain process that information, then it comes together and gets played out to our conscious minds as the experience of reality. What we experience as reality is our brains interpretation of what exists outside ourselves, and inside ourselves in terms of sensing when we are dehydrated.

That is a hugely challenging task for a brain to accomplish because there are timing errors between sensory information being received, processed by different areas of the brain, and then brought together into a coherent experience of reality. Those timing differences cause temporal sequencing paradoxes. In psychology a common experiment to show people the timing differences that occur in their own minds is to tell them to lets themselves be absorbed in their work. Then whenever they snap out of it look up at a clock on the wall which has a ticking seconds hand. Sometimes it will appear to tick normally, sometimes they will see the seconds hand tick back once before continuing to tick forward. That is the brain guessing how to order the information from different areas of the brain to create the experience of reality.

The brain also struggles to correctly sequence two events happening a short time apart. For example if your work place does a weekly fire alarm test sometimes you might have the odd experience of knowing the alarm was about to go off and startle you a fraction of a second before it actually does. With that the brain is putting startled before the sound of the alarm giving you the impression you are psychic. I have often wondered if deja-vu and precognition weren't actually temporal sequencing paradoxes with large time delays.

We have no conclusive proof that what we call the present is actually the present because we cannot get outside the system to test it. We are a part of the system instead. It raises the possibility that what we call the present actually occurred about four months ago, that for some reason (and I suspect its emotions driven) the brain started processing it ahead of time and gave us glimpses of what it was working on due to a temporal sequencing paradox. That gives us the impression we have psychic abilities by letting us see things ahead of the schedule when in fact that actually happened in the true present, something we dont normally experience as reality until four months later.

For those who really listen to what comes from their subconscious minds I think that information can indeed be acquired ahead of our experience of reality. Because our brains already know it due to the four month time lag.

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5 minutes ago, RabidMongoose said:

Temporal Sequencing Paradoxes

In popular culture humans are portrayed as only having five senses but science knows that we have between 14 and 20 depending on which ones you ask. Some examples of our other senses include how we can sense when we are dehydrated, when we go on a car journey we can sense the direction of acceleration, and of course women correlate their cycles based on the location of the moon. An article about our additional senses:

https://bigthink.com/philip-perry/think-you-have-only-5-senses-its-actually-a-lot-more-than-that

A lot of people without much psychology knowledge think that their experience of reality is both real and exists outside of themselves. Its like a sonar operator onboard a submarine thinking their display is actually reality when in fact its just a representation of what exists outside the sub. Humans are the same. Our senses feed electrical signals to our brains, a lot of different regions in the brain process that information, then it comes together and gets played out to our conscious minds as the experience of reality. What we experience as reality is our brains interpretation of what exists outside ourselves, and inside ourselves in terms of sensing when we are dehydrated.

That is a hugely challenging task for a brain to accomplish because there are timing errors between sensory information being received, processed by different areas of the brain, and then brought together into a coherent experience of reality. Those timing differences cause temporal sequencing paradoxes. In psychology a common experiment to show people the timing differences that occur in their own minds is to tell them to lets themselves be absorbed in their work. Then whenever they snap out of it look up at a clock on the wall which has a ticking seconds hand. Sometimes it will appear to tick normally, sometimes they will see the seconds hand tick back once before continuing to tick forward. That is the brain guessing how to order the information from different areas of the brain to create the experience of reality.

The brain also struggles to correctly sequence two events happening a short time apart. For example if your work place does a weekly fire alarm test sometimes you might have the odd experience of knowing the alarm was about to go off and startle you a fraction of a second before it actually does. With that the brain is putting startled before the sound of the alarm giving you the impression you are psychic. I have often wondered if deja-vu and precognition weren't actually temporal sequencing paradoxes with large time delays.

We have no conclusive proof that what we call the present is actually the present because we cannot get outside the system to test it. We are a part of the system instead. It raises the possibility that what we call the present actually occurred about four months ago, that for some reason (and I suspect its emotions driven) the brain started processing it ahead of time and gave us glimpses of what it was working on due to a temporal sequencing paradox. That gives us the impression we have psychic abilities by letting us see things ahead of the schedule when in fact that actually happened in the true present, something we dont normally experience as reality until four months later.

For those who really listen to what comes from their subconscious minds I think that information can indeed be acquired ahead of our experience of reality. Because our brains already know it due to the four month time lag.

Yes thank you for the insightful and informative post! I have read this and experimented with it before, including the tic back effect. While not remote viewing, this is a great explanation of the last post i added and intuition. I agree that this seems to be why it happens. It IS a tunable trait, like if you learn to recognise which thought is which. The first thought that hits your mind is always correct, its the one that follows that misleads and misdirects, when your conscience mind adds input. I feel like it is a very valuable tool recognising and relying on the correct one.

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1 minute ago, Nnicolette said:

Yes thank you for the insightful and informative post! I have read this and experimented with it before, including the tic back effect. While not remote viewing, this is a great explanation of the last post i added and intuition. I agree that this seems to be why it happens. It IS a tunable trait, like if you learn to recognise which thought is which. The first thought that hits your mind is always correct, its the one that follows that misleads and misdirects, when your conscience mind adds input. I feel like it is a very valuable tool recognising and relying on the correct one.

Yes, when you let thoughts bubble up from the subconscious the very, very, first one is the correct one. I have experience of that too.

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16 minutes ago, Nnicolette said:

Not to discount your intuition because i rely heavily on mine and bet you are probably right, but at the same time when I read your story i thought you are probably attractive, and that would explain peoples odd behaviors. I believe what you are saying, but i also feel like they may not have been completely aware of your abilities, they may have been staring at you and treating you special because you are a woman and they wanted your attention. Happens to me all the time lol.

With that being said I am very interested in your practices too. When i was younger i practiced sending dreams to friends. I wrote them on paper and did a wiccan spell. (Yes i was curious about wicca in junior high) the results were cut and dry, it %100 worked. The funny thing is i got lazy and sent 2 in the same vessel, and the next day my friend whom 1 was meant for described in complete detail both scenarios i wrote down. I never doubted the power of belief again. My x husband could communicate with me telepathically as well. It was super weird because i just get this random detailed out of place thought, and then he would proceed to say what i already heard, very often, and sometimes visa versa. I chalked that up to coincidence at first until i realized it included random obscure things that i never would have thought about on my own.

To be honest i completely relate with the training method i linked to because i already recognise that bit of intuition and information that pops up as such. Took me many times over the years ignoring it and wishing i hadnt to learn the power of intuition and how helpful it is to recognise that bit of blurry data when it appears. It is always the first thought, then the objective overlay comes second. 

I was not an attention getting beauty, I think I was a little scary because I was very literal minded, and straight forward.  In the 70's men still had not encountered any young women like that or not very often, only old women are done with the nonsense.  I was born done with the nonsense.  There were times when I did get unwanted attention but after a while that stopped because word got out that I was "crazy".  The only way they could explain why I would not be flattered by their attention.

I always knew there was more to us than we are supposed to acknowledge even when I was young.  My brother did not speak until he was 3 because he was so emotionally fragile and we lived in an angry household and he had me to speak for him most of the time.  When I was 12 I started experimenting with my cousins about an idea I had about telepathy being a natural part of being human that was "beat" or shamed out of us as we got older.  I kept logs of the experiments and found that the younger kids did have higher statistics of being correct with the "sending".  One cousin who is 3 years younger than I am never got one right.  I found out that the idea completely freaked her out.  I considered that negative data to be as useful as the rest.

I have had a lot of times that I knew something and ignored it, then regretted ignoring it later.  And I never udnerstood how someone could be lied to and not know it.  I still don't understand that, except maybe a person who is so damaged that they need desperately to believe what ever the other is lying to them about.

I was thinking this is off topic from remote viewing but it really may be linked. 

 

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stereologist
On 3/30/2020 at 12:13 PM, Nnicolette said:

That is interesting. According to the wiki they were not successful, but according to the later CIA release, they were. 

"The conferees agree to provide $2,000,000 for the STARGATE program as proposed by the Senate. The conferees support the continuation of DIA's specialized HUMINT initiative encompassed in the STARGATE program and, following lasts year's practice, are including R&D funding so that the program may pursue a long term research and operations plan without constant review and adjustment."  

Do you think this excerpt from the cia reading room signifies that the Senate also saw this as a successful and worthwhile investment?

Stargate was a bust. It did not provide what was needed - reliable information.

Notice that this project ran for a very long time. If there had been something to work with then it would still exist today. 

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On 3/31/2020 at 10:54 AM, Nnicolette said:

Well, according to that document it was successful. Obviously you didnt read it... Or look at the examples on it and how well the subjects did. There is no point in arguing if you came to a conclusion before ever taking a peek at the facts.

Can you point out an example of success? About all I can recall is something vague about the location of a crashed plane in Africa in over a decade of testing.

 

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There are plenty of claims of success with RV but they are rather poor where people have to twist things to make them fit.

My favorite RV example was given by someone that came to U-M years back and insisted that "rhythmic and melodic" was a good and accurate description of a tornado.

Those words are not in my list of adjectives to describe a tornado, but then again I don't believe RV works.

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On 3/30/2020 at 8:18 PM, Desertrat56 said:

Welcome to the forum.  :st

Thank You Dessertrat56 in Albuquerque New Mexicooooooo!! :D

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On 3/30/2020 at 11:34 PM, OverSword said:

Ah yes.  I had forgotten about that

 

Try this here below!

because that what that woman´s talking about, is kid´s stuff! This here´s more like Remote Viewing, once you know how to use it.

How to Become an Animal Communicator with Joan Ranquet

 

Animal Communicator Tells All | Afternoon Express | 2 Feb 2016

What does an Animal Communicator do?

I´ve had once a contact... Verbal

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@Assimilatedtohumanborg  I find your theory interesting, however I don't think it is the same as remote viewing.  When I was 3 my mother brought home a standard poodle puppy.  We were the best of friends and I remember when she got old, about 14 she would wake me up in the middle of the night.  I would look at her and hear "water" at which point I would go look and the water bowl would be empty.  I would fill it up and go back to bed.  Sometimes she needed out, and then I would hear (in my head) "out" so I would let her out and wait for her to come back to the door.  Once I exclaimed "Why do you only wake me up for this."  I heard "you are the only one who listens".

I have met self proclaimed animal communicators that hang out at metaphysical bookstores and I am not impressed.  We all have abilities that we ignore.  We are constantly bombarded by  information and we all choose which information we are going to pay attention to.  We have to or we would be stark raving mad.  At a young age we are taught that we cannot know certain things and it is lies to keep us social and justify teaching us that we are 'lowly humans' instead of powerful beings.  Why do you think that fable about a WOMAN convincing her mate to eat from the tree of "knowledge" was made up and propogated?  2 things, we are always wrong, lowly stupid humans who need someone representing some deity to tell us how to think, and women are evil.  Who does that support?

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Oh boy......

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4 minutes ago, Desertrat56 said:

@Assimilatedtohumanborg  I find your theory interesting, however I don't think it is the same as remote viewing.  When I was 3 my mother brought home a standard poodle puppy.  We were the best of friends and I remember when she got old, about 14 she would wake me up in the middle of the night.  I would look at her and hear "water" at which point I would go look and the water bowl would be empty.  I would fill it up and go back to bed.  Sometimes she needed out, and then I would hear (in my head) "out" so I would let her out and wait for her to come back to the door.  Once I exclaimed "Why do you only wake me up for this."  I heard "you are the only one who listens".

I have met self proclaimed animal communicators that hang out at metaphysical bookstores and I am not impressed.  We all have abilities that we ignore.  We are constantly bombarded by  information and we all choose which information we are going to pay attention to.  We have to or we would be stark raving mad.  At a young age we are taught that we cannot know certain things and it is lies to keep us social and justify teaching us that we are 'lowly humans' instead of powerful beings.  Why do you think that fable about a WOMAN convincing her mate to eat from the tree of "knowledge"?  2 things, we are always wrong, lowly stupid humans who need someone representing some deity to tell us how to think, and women are evil.  Who does that support?

Women aren´t Evil neighter are Men or they are.

 

Back to Remote viewing.

You know these Astro TV show´s where you may call in to let yourself being told your Future right?

To believe in that is a so/so thing! If you get on That specific person who really know´s her Matter, then you´ll be successful and at times here in Germany, well i don´t watch that anymore so often anymore except when there are those women there who know their stuff in AC or card readings. Some of them women are so good in their matter, that they don´t even need to look at the card´s anymore.

 

So one time I watched it again and then came there that one woman which know´s Animal Communication very well but that´s not all because what she also´s able to do is RV Remote Viewing eighter through the eyes of a lost pet running around some where out there for days, week´s etc., (If she get´s the permission from her owner to do so, because some Pet´s are like little children who like to talk about everything when they´re not supposed to"!) or through the eyes of the owner her/himself.

Then people called in to ask her for eighter a card reading, or to ask about their Pet OR about Lost things. So interestingly, before she starts´s to tell that caller where she´d left or lost her key´s in her Living room, I automatically tune into that Astro Reading woman´s energy and i could see in deed what seconds later she was telling that caller, where those key´s she´d misplaced were at. She explained the Living room settings but stayed specific, how it looks like, where those key´s are, right at that shelve next to those (specific) Book´s name´s to find them even more easily etc.

Then that caller say´s that she´d already looked for them there a few times and that Astro woman said, no, no,!, Now go there again, look at exactly that one location, giving some more details about Furniture etc., until she´d found it. So to my eye´s I´d say that That´s nothing more then Remote Viewing that she did!

 

There´s another Meditation Video but in the German language,

MEDITATION: Verbinde dich von unterwegs aus mit deinem Tier (Podcast #07)

where that Animal Communicator´s doing that talking and when ever i do what she´s saying there step by step, I merge with her Energy at once and guess what, in that Meditation there´s a Black Horse picture while that clip´s running and since i don´t have a pet except for those Morgellon´s inside of me, i concentrated so much onto that Horse´s Eyes´s that i suddenly saw Pictures of where that Horse´s been during that session! I did that Meditation at around 10:00 pm where it´s already dark outside but i saw image´s through that horse´s eye´s on a location with a large, how do you say that, a Paddock during the Day time!! :o And i saw the grass being cut really low at a hight of a Horse´s hight and behind the Fence in the distance were Tree´s, Needle Tree´s and light Blue in the distance colored high Mountain´s, nothing like we´d have here in Germany and it was there Daytime around Noon Time while it was Night time here in Germany!!

Then i´ve talked to that Horse just for fun, i didn´t expect to get an answer because somehow i don´t always´s hear them but they hear me. I said,... "mmmmh delicious, this Hay"! Then i´ve heard a reply! "Oh yes in deed"! :blink:  I didn´t see any Horse because I was looking through the eye´s of that Horse, as if I´d been at that time That Horse! And that´s what animal communication´s all about! You or one merge´s with that, like that horse or a human being to see thing´s at another location. The same may work when you live in a Ghost House and you have about something a question, keep on thinking about that question until a Ghost image will appear near or next to you. In general, you may fall asleep while waiting for that appearance but when that Ghost is present, it Will make You wake up, .... and you will see your answer what you´ve asked for. :ph34r:

 

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On 4/1/2020 at 12:54 AM, Nnicolette said:

Well, according to that document it was successful. Obviously you didnt read it... Or look at the examples on it and how well the subjects did. There is no point in arguing if you came to a conclusion before ever taking a peek at the facts.

No it's an idea for an instruction manual on BS. Where are you getting that it was a report or that it says experiments were shown to provide conclusive evidence?

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15 hours ago, stereologist said:

Can you point out an example of success? About all I can recall is something vague about the location of a crashed plane in Africa in over a decade of testing.

 

Well do you not call the drawings people made that match the correlating pictures which the subjects couldnt physically see successful? What else do you want? They were impressively accurate.

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On 3/31/2020 at 8:45 AM, Desertrat56 said:

I was not an attention getting beauty, I think I was a little scary because I was very literal minded, and straight forward.  In the 70's men still had not encountered any young women like that or not very often, only old women are done with the nonsense.  I was born done with the nonsense.  There were times when I did get unwanted attention but after a while that stopped because word got out that I was "crazy".  The only way they could explain why I would not be flattered by their attention.

I always knew there was more to us than we are supposed to acknowledge even when I was young.  My brother did not speak until he was 3 because he was so emotionally fragile and we lived in an angry household and he had me to speak for him most of the time.  When I was 12 I started experimenting with my cousins about an idea I had about telepathy being a natural part of being human that was "beat" or shamed out of us as we got older.  I kept logs of the experiments and found that the younger kids did have higher statistics of being correct with the "sending".  One cousin who is 3 years younger than I am never got one right.  I found out that the idea completely freaked her out.  I considered that negative data to be as useful as the rest.

I have had a lot of times that I knew something and ignored it, then regretted ignoring it later.  And I never udnerstood how someone could be lied to and not know it.  I still don't understand that, except maybe a person who is so damaged that they need desperately to believe what ever the other is lying to them about.

I was thinking this is off topic from remote viewing but it really may be linked. 

 

I believe it is very related. I relate the intuition you are using because the article linked to shows what was deemed the most successful training method. The illustrations and descriptions clearly show exactly what happens when you use that type of intuition. I think that art of identifying the correct piece of info is something that comes naturally to people who are aware of this ability, telepathy included. It seems that they are part of the same subconscious function. I dont expect anyone that doesn't utilize this or know how to listen to the outside thoughts to understand, but the chart demonstrating the initial spike of information followed by the objective overlay seems to relate to all these things. You aren't crazy at all, Ive clearly heard thoughts and animals and information at times too its just not something you generally can tell people and have them understand. I feel like maybe we all have these abilities, and as demonstrated in the results of this experiment some people are just better at recognizing the point of inception. It took like half my life to realize where the bit of fact pops in versus where the conscious mind catches up and second-guesses it. 

The sleeping and waking up with answers i see as a function of your brain as well, not related to ghosts. I knew someone who would always go straight to sleep when they wanted to know something. To "confer with god" who knows what was going on but he was really good at knowing the most obscure details of anything he wanted that way.

 

I attribute all of these abilities to something inherent in our minds that's not being recognised by everyone. It is interesting how it is discernable by acting so much faster than the conscious thoughts which seem to add on afterwards,  but of course to anyone not in tune with that intuitive initial splash of information which the graph accurately depicts, the process and accuracy of the claims by the cia that this is a predictably consistent process would be lost.

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On 3/30/2020 at 5:26 PM, papageorge1 said:

I do believe in remote viewing. In addition to anecdotal claims, I believe there are controlled studies with gifted subjects showing fantastic odds against chance that something not explainable in our current scientific understanding is indeed occurring.

You believe there are controlled studies?? Either there are or there aren't. Please share.

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Yep, and I'm using my super psychic powers to manifest quarters and other small change when I go out. :lol:

A 1000 tries and 1 success always means it's real. :lol:

 

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Disappointed but not at all surprised to see that ludicrous CIA report being bandied around again..

It is NOT a peer reviewed scientific paper, and the words "..Suggestions For.." in the title might give you a clue.

Plus the (woefully described) 'best examples' are very few, and very unconvincing.  They are of course, the author's cherry picked examples, without supporting documentation or objective criteria or methodology, let alone a full count of ALL data that was collected.  Random chance guarantees a few hits and of course subjective judgements will help that no end.. Frankly, given the money they spent on gathering data, I think that few, and that dismal, examples is an indictment of these 'remote viewer's abilities.

Rather like our resident predictor, they are clearly ANTI remote viewing, getting far more wrong than even vaguely right.   

Finally, you guys promoting this bunkum are aware that the CIA and other US agencies, back in the ignorant 50's thru 90's, spent huge amounts of money on entirely speculative tinfoilhattery?  It sounds like you don't get it - the folks who wrote that report were after their share of the cash.

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3 hours ago, Nnicolette said:

Well do you not call the drawings people made that match the correlating pictures which the subjects couldnt physically see successful? What else do you want? They were impressively accurate.

Specifically, how many pictures were collected in total, Nnicolette?

What, exactly was the initial criteria, and what was the methodology (specifically, to eliminate subjectivity or cheating)?

Do you not understand cherry-picking, and how real data should be collected and ALL fully verified, tabulated and analysed?

To make it worse, they were mostly reviewing scenes.   Think about it - geez, how many different shapes or descriptive words would you be able to list that applies to the sort of scenarios being presented, and how often do you reckon matches would happen by random chance?

 

Seriously, that report is worthless garbage.  What else do we want - a properly peer reviewed study that shows a genuine effect.  Let me tell you, as someone well-versed in the topic - THERE ISN'T ONE.

1. Guess why that is.

2. By all means (offer open to all) please feel absolutely free to cite such a properly peer reviewed study, and make a fool of me.

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14 minutes ago, ChrLzs said:

Disappointed but not at all surprised to see that ludicrous CIA report being bandied around again..

It is NOT a peer reviewed scientific paper, and the words "..Suggestions For.." in the title might give you a clue.

Plus the (woefully described) 'best examples' are very few, and very unconvincing.  They are of course, the author's cherry picked examples, without supporting documentation or objective criteria or methodology, let alone a full count of ALL data that was collected.  Random chance guarantees a few hits and of course subjective judgements will help that no end.. Frankly, given the money they spent on gathering data, I think that few, and that dismal, examples is an indictment of these 'remote viewer's abilities.

Rather like our resident predictor, they are clearly ANTI remote viewing, getting far more wrong than even vaguely right.   

Finally, you guys promoting this bunkum are aware that the CIA and other US agencies, back in the ignorant 50's thru 90's, spent huge amounts of money on entirely speculative tinfoilhattery?  It sounds like you don't get it - the folks who wrote that report were after their share of the cash.

Also, and correct me if I'm wrong, but the PDF @Nnicolette attached was not prepared by the CIA but by a third party intent on selling the CIA their services, which would render their methodology highly suspect. Additionally it wasn't intended to prove that RV was real, only suggestion a possible training procedure. In that respect, sure, its a success, but actually has nothing to do with whether or not RV is real.

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The whole psychic research in the US and Russian was basically just a BS contest. 

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32 minutes ago, Emma_Acid said:

Also, and correct me if I'm wrong

There's absolutely no need for me to do that - as always you are 100% correct.  :D 

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Emma_Acid
Just now, ChrLzs said:

There's absolutely no need for me to do that - as always you are 100% correct.  :D 

Thank you but demonstrably untrue, I thought it was Saturday when I woke up this morning :lol:

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