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Radin creates two categories: the perceiving of objects or events beyond our ordinary sense capabilities and the triggering or influencing of action through mental powers. Radin aims to present simply and clearly the basic elements from science, psychology, and physics that prove the existence psychic phenomena. Given the tacit acceptance of psychic phenomena as "real," why do both government and mainstream science repudiate the claims and the evidence, yet continue to exploit them?
The Conscious Universe challenges our most basic assumptions about reality, those that exist in both the upper echelons of science and in the basic daily interactions. Its a mind-bending exploration of how and what we see.
This is an excellent work that I would read over and over again and enjoy it every time. Still, I have to remember that it is a study, some research work. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ibrahim
Interesting, quite technical, offering lots of statistical information about psychic phenomenons. They are here to stay.Published 5 months ago by Danielle J. Duperret
I like this work and can recommend it to all. Others, including a professor of Physics, have been inspired to experiment in parapsychology, after reading Dr. Radin's work. Read morePublished 8 months ago by lester f. lomax
Ambitiously thorough in every way. Convincing, if a bit heavy on the statistical analyses. But a book the world of science needs to have and read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by BillMartin
Disappointing. Unscientific. Don't waste your money. Read Rupert Sheldrake instead. There are other books that that approach the subject of extrasensory experience from a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cristina
this is a good book, but maybe it was not intended to me, it was to technical, and statistics data was to much. I mean, for reference it was really great documented.Published 10 months ago by Rulax