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Steve

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It's hilarious people talking about precognition as if it was something serious.

Equally hilarious that people discount it so easily, without real experience, and without researching properly.

If you believe that bullsh!t don't waste your time with Roulette because James Randi will give you 1 million dollars.

Randi is a fraud. I approached him with the Masaru Emoto rice experiment because I replicated it myself. It's not the words that do it. It's your attention and emotion. Randi's response was a reference to his terms of service, saying the offer is only open to "celebrities". Normal people are forbidden to take his challenge. His challenge is in the interest of discrediting phenomena, not in unbiased science.

Chilli sauce......Why?

He's pulling your leg. He wants the response "I tried your chilli sauce suggestion and it was soo damn hot!"

Anyway we are going in circles.

Let's simplify. Precognition has had significant positive trials. But it's not conclusive enough to say it's fact. I believe it's fact, but I'm not 100% convinced. I'm 99% convinced.

Regarding remote viewing, the evidence is more conclusive. But it's not precognition as far as i know.

In either case, we just dont now FOR SURE, at least yet.

"All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."

Regarding the comparison to systems.... What's more likely:

1. an approach used by a system that's mathematically guaranteed to lose, and has been tested extensively and proven to fail will still lead to the HG......

2. Precognition which has had significant positive trials, which are statistically relevant, but still needs more testing.

Without a biased answer, clearly #2. Thing is if it were tests of a more scientifically accepted field, the results would be conclusive enough.

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It isnt related to precognition, but here is what I believe is one credible case of "paranormal" abilities. Yes I know there are many fakes.


I dont think it should be such a big thing though. Some people are able to focus biological energy. It's very rare, but we can probably all do it with practice. There are definitely some credible cases of people being able to generate a mild electrostatic charge on their fingertips enough to burn newspaper.

Our bodies are loaded with energy. Why wouldn't it be possible?

Yes its possibly a magician's trick. Most probably are, but Im not sure about all.

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Turner

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Steve
I always appreciate your concise answers
Cheers

 

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