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Mind-Reach: Scientists Look at Psychic Abilities (Studies in Consciousness)
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This book is certainly a valuable library addition for anyone seriously interested in the historical roots and facts concerning remote viewing.
"This is a clear, straightforward account of a set of successful experiments that demonstrate the existence of 'remote viewing,' a hitherto unvalidated human capacity."
This book is a lucid and fascinating record of historic experiments-historic because they put the seal of "hard" physical science upon evidence that some degree of psychic ability is universal-a phenomenon straight out of science fiction that actually happened, and can be made to happen again in any laboratory! The scientists even offer a "recipe" for developing your own ESP "information channel."
Richard Bach of Jonathan Livingston Seagull fame, who served as a subject, writes: "It's too late now to burn their files; what they've found is already being duplicated and expanded in laboratories around the world. As I am coming to know more of the powers that I have, so are thousands of others, so will the readers of this book."
The Targ-Puthoff "mind-reach" experiments at Stanford Research Institute were the subject of unprecedented articles in the international journal of science, Nature and in the prestigious Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, whose editors comment, in part: "One of the engineers we consulted said, 'This is the kind of thing that I would not believe in even if it existed.' In any event, the paper itself may be the most readable ever published in this journal and few readers will finish without wondering...if indeed ESP might be possible after all."
As The New York Times wrote, in an editorial quoting in part from Nature's editors: "The scientific community has been put on notice 'that there is something worthy of their attention and scrutiny' in the possibilities of extra-sensory perception."
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Psychics see the world differently than most people and use their knowledge to solve difficult problems.Published 10 months ago by Richard Petroski
Targ and Puthoff have provided significant proof of the existence of telekinesis and mental telepathy.Published 10 months ago by P. A. Lombardo
The clearest, most scientific, discussion one could hope for.Published 20 months ago by James R. Johnston
I was very excited to receive and begin reading this book after I watched "The Men Who Stare At Goats" and became interested in why the Government funded remote viewing research... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by phoongdan
There is still some unshared data out there, some was in this book and I enjoyed it for thatPublished on May 7, 2009 by A. Keranen
If ESP, including remote viewing, telepathy and psychokinesis actually worked, we would be living in a much different world. Read morePublished on January 5, 2007 by Darby M'Graw