The New Yorker article on Quantum Entanglement

"Black Hole" by Alex Borland

“Black Hole” by Alex Borland

Lawrence M. Krauss makes some serious errors in the following statement, ignoring both the works of Dean Raden and Princeton’s PEAR Labs, which have shown that human thoughts affect, at a very subtle but statistically significant level, the outcome of quantum experiments: “The truth, however, is that consciousness is irrelevant to the act of measurement, which can be done by machines, or even by single photons. If consciousness matters, then the inner thoughts of the experimenter who operates the machines would also have to be reported when we write up the results of our experiments. We’d need to know whether they were daydreaming about sex, for example. We don’t. The machines can record data and print it out whether or not a person is in the room, and those printouts, which behave classically, don’t change when the humans come back.” Read the full New Yorker article, “Tangled Up in Entanglement.

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“Our Daily Dose”–New short documentary about fluoridated water

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Wood’s Water

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Remote Viewing, Parallel Realities, and UFOs

Here’s a lecture I gave to the Cleveland Ufology Group about relationship between resonance, remote viewing, parallel realities, and UFOs. Also includes some real examples of psychokinesis that I’ve personally witnessed. There are some practice Resonant Viewing sessions at the end, so have a pencil and paper ready.

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Ready to have some fun? (crop circle webinar)

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Brean Beach Sand Circle

If you’ve always wanted to know more about crop circles, how they’re made, and how they work, the UFO/ET connection and more, don’t miss my upcoming live webinar on Tuesday, Aug. 18th at 7 MST. It’s free and there will be time for questions at the end. Space is limited, sign up here. The presentation will include video footage of peoples’ cameras and batteries being affected by these mysterious shapes in the fields.

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Cold Fusion-like “E-Cat” seemingly gaining steam

darkenergyIs a new energy source upon us? I’ve been writing and talking about the Rossi E-Cat Energy Catalyzer for some time. There has been a lot of criticism, suspicion, and ad hominem attacks directed at those involved in developing and testing these devices. But as these two opinion pieces make clear, the evidence that the E-Cat is a real, working technology are growing stronger by the week. And that means, we may be in the final months before this new technology is available to the public with momentous consequences including the end of an oil-dominated economy.

Airbus scientist announces theoretical breakthrough in Cold Fusion to be revealed in October

History being made as we speak

What’s important is the Rossi Effect has arrived


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Crop Circle Anomalies — Devil’s Den 1999

Adapted from my presentation to “A Night of Crop Circling” event in Coronation Hall, Alton Barnes, U.K., July 29th, 2015.

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Crop Circles, Remote Viewing, and Resonance (webinar)

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Hugh Everett III “Many Worlds” Idea

Hugh Everett III

I just got done reading Hugh Everett III’s, innovative and adventurous dissertation about the “Many Worlds” interpretation of Quantum Mechanics. It’s quite a refreshing and modern interpretation that has no problem at all incorporating “spooky” phenomena like remote viewing, telepathy, channelling, ghosts, and UFOs. In fact, these things are par for the course in the Many Worlds model. In Everett’s view, it’s not the observer that collapses the wave function, but the wave function that entrains and correlates the observer. Read his thesis here: “The Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics.” Note: this contains lots of math and but he does a good job explaining what it all means. Everett’s ideas were not well received at the time in early the 1950’s, and the Copenhagen physics gang were especially hostile to him.  He left academia to work for the U.S. government in the area of war games simulations and only had some attention paid to his ideas at physics conference in Austin in 1977. A very complete summary of his life can be found here.

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Do we each learn remote viewing differently?

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