Does it start with an a? How about a B? Is it round? Soft? Hard? (That's what she said) Sorry, I'll stop now.
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LOL wow... thats good! damn close give the man a cookie!Hmmm ... I'm getting an image in my head .... it's small and sculpted ... got it! It's a doll or action figure ... or a toy car ... someting with wheels, something round ... maybe a coin, or possibly spherical like a signed baseball or related to baseball or sports or heroes ... that's it ... a baseball card ... or maybe a superhero collectors card ... or I think I've got it ... it's coming in now ... a rare comic book! Or possibly just a book ... geese I just know it's something with rare historical value ... I can just feel it.
For a start you could have gotten that information without resorting to your father. It's all common knowledge but now since you have verified it to your own satisfaction...
Read through the links to the threads i provided. A lot of Remote Viewers work or are hired by companies and the results of this work is proprietary to those companies. Some RVers do work for law enforcement etc. I remember seeing a TV interview with a retired English Wing Commander who was employed by BP (i think) as a dowser looking for oil deposits.(I believe Pixelsmith knows all about dowsing or the use of divining rods)Also, there are any number of commercial applications for CRV if actually worked as advertised, but what do we have coming out of the CRV cottage industry? Instruction courses. Is anyone employing CRV in any consistent manner to locate rare natural resources, lost children, wanted criminals, sunken vessels, etc., etc.?
Exactly because then you get the moron types like ufology and vesvehighfolk with their childish attempts at humor.I would think that anyone actually possessing real psychic abilities would do everything in their power to keep them a secret.
This coming from a guy who argues for 5 pages about what the acronym UFO means. And to think he runs an entire website lolHmmm ... I'm getting an image in my head ....
Probably because there is no such thing as a Remote VEIWER/PSYIC.I will simply conclude by asking this why is we never see this headline: "renowned Remote Veiwer/Psyic forsees lottery numbers wins big!"
OK guys, both of y'all are a little hot under the collar. First, any dogmatic statement such as "No remote viewer has ever passed a test" is already false before it gets out of your mouth or keyboard. Again, Pair makes a good point about cherry picking and the will to "not" believe. Still, as I said before no test will ever replace your own life experience. Second, I have to say Phil I understand your frustration but I don't spell so good either. It's hard in the heat of writing to spell check. Also, I gotta tell you that arm chair skeptics who simply regurgitate people like Hyman or Shcermer or Randi are the most boring and lazy folks on the planet. Sorry, it's just true. Fact: Paranormal experience is said to be a "human" abiltiy. Fact: If and remember I said IF it's true and You are a HUMAN BEING and are really interested. Then you owe it to yourself to try and do your own legwork on the subject. Finally, I don't care what you beleive or don't believe. I get in trouble with Christians and Athiest all the time because I don't buy either of the fundi attitudes. ON the other hand I never have a problem with a "personal" honest religious expereince. I never have a problem with a person who simply doesn't believe in any kind of supernatural reality. It's the "dogmatic" condesending and ignorant statements that I find offensive. So, either try and do your own experiment or at least understand that pulling up your own experts is just not that impressive. This isn't something you need research grants and lots of money to try for yourself.
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By the way Vesevehighfolk there was and is a scientist who won the Noble Peace Prize. I think his name is Joesphson but I will have to go and double check or you can google it. Anyway, very highly thought of and even Scientific American speaks highly of him. Anyway, he came up with some "theories" that Jimmy Randi considered Woo woo. (Big Suprize huhh?) But, the fact is that Randi and his ilk absolutely attacked this man. So, his results (to them) were simply bunk. So, finding a committed skeptic to call something bunk isn't very hard to do. As I've said before, follow the money or in this case the agenda. As I've said before in other threads:
Don't ask Richard Dawkins about the grace of Christ.
Don't ask Pat Robertson about the benifits of Buddist meditation.
I could go on and on but hopefully you get my drift. All Gods/Darwins/Goddess/Universe/Natural Selection Children have an agenda. Ya gotta separate Signal from noise. Actually, I can read the bible and prove to you that the athiest is right "Everything returns to dust." Or that afterlife is right "Absent from the body is to be present with the Lord." Reincarnation is right "Who sinned that this man was born this way?" I'm not a fundi or a bible thumper by the way. I'm just trying to say that everybody heaps up the stats to their own satisfaction.
Well, Angel just which part of his work do you find woo woo? Have you researched it? I mean I think Carl Sagan was nuts on some stuff. But, I'm no scientist and I can't honestly challenge his work on a professional basis. As I said before we all heap teachers to our own ears. By the way, I do appreciate the civil way that we can discuss things. I keep trying to teach you. But, you are stubborn.