Re: Testing ESP

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David Dalton

Nov 25, 2021, 11:43:17 PM11/25/21
On Nov 26, 2021, Corey White wrote on alt.magick
(in article<>):

> To test psychic ability researchers have created experiments to
> see if they could predict randomness. So far these experiments
> haven't been fully accepted.
> I have a new way of doing this kind of experiment that may
> actually work. The experiment connects the psychic to the
> data. Instead of flipping a coin in another room and asking
> the test subject to guess which side it lands on, we put the
> coin in the subjects hand and let them flip it!
> A more controlled test uses a computer. To do this the
> psychic holds down a button that would cycle through
> colors, shapes, or numbers. They would attempt to
> release the button so that it would stop on their
> desired result.
> You don't expect 100% with this experiment of course,
> and to see the results you wouldn't use lottery numbers
> either.
> Why does this work? I think it has something to do with
> the metaphysical concept of sympathetic links.

You might want to post this to sci.skeptic . I am crossposting
this to there and other groups, with Followup-To set back
to alt.magick , but I think Bob Casanova, the main skeptic
on sci.skeptic, may have me killfiled and may not see this.

David Dalton (home page) Salmon on the Thorns (mystic page)
“‘You could lay down your head by a sweet river bed/But Sonny
always remembers what it was his Mama said” (Ron Hynes)

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