The idea of the universe as an interconnected whole is not new; for millennia it's been one of the core assumptions of Eastern philosophies. What is new is that Western science is slowly beginning to realize that some elements of that ancient lore might be correct.— Dean Radin
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Maintaining an open mind is essential when exploring the unknown, but allowing one's brains to fall out in the process is inadvisable.
What Warcollier demonstrated is compatible with what modern cognitive neuroscience has learned about how visual images are constructed by the brain. It implies that telepathic perceptions bubble up into awareness from the unconscious and are probably processed in the brain in the same way that we generate images in dreams. And thus telepathic “images” are far less certain than sensory-driven images and subject to distortion.
We compel the electron to assume a definite position.
We ourselves produce the results of the measurement.
The universe looks less like a big machine than a big thought.
And this is why studying the history of psi is important.
People have been reporting these phenomena for millennia and studying them for centuries. Human experiences that continue to be repeated throughout history and across cultures, are not due to ignorance or lack of critical thinking, and demand a serious explanation.
The act of observing a quantum event probabalistically influences its outcome.