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Excerpt from Chapter 1 In science, the acceptance of new ideas follows a predictable, four-stage sequence. In Stage 1, skeptics confidently proclaim that the idea is impossible because it violates the Laws of Science. This stage can last from years to centuries, depending on how much the idea challenges conventional wisdom. In Stage 2, skeptics reluctantly concede that the idea is possible, but it is not very interesting and the claimed effects are extremely weak. Stage 3 begins when the mainstream realizes that the idea is not only important, but its effects are much stronger and more pervasive than previously imagined.

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Start your review of The Conscious Universe: The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena Write a review Jul 29, Cooper Cooper rated it it was amazing Brief Review Physicist-turned-parapsychologist Dean Radin demonstrates in almost painful detail that based on a combination of rigorous laboratory testing and equally rigorous meta-analysis, the existence of psi phenomena telepathy, precogniton, psychokinetics, etc.

The only question is: how does psi work? Radin also explains in detail why he thinks conventional scientists have so vigorously resisted usually by refusing to examine it the evidence.

Highly recommended for the Brief Review Physicist-turned-parapsychologist Dean Radin demonstrates in almost painful detail that based on a combination of rigorous laboratory testing and equally rigorous meta-analysis, the existence of psi phenomena telepathy, precogniton, psychokinetics, etc.

Highly recommended for the skeptical. Expanded Review A few years ago I was looking for a book that summarizes the current state-of-the-field in psi research, written by someone with a well-trained and rigorous left brain. This is that book.

While still at Bell Labs Radin started investigating psi, and continued his work at think tank SRI International, which did psi studies for companies and also for various government agencies including the CIA.

Radin now has his own psi lab at University of Nevada. Although he throws in a few interesting anecdotal cases, Radin devotes most of his time to: 1 presenting the overwhelming, lab-based scientific evidence for psi, and 2 discussing the reasons that mainstream scientists have studiously ignored this evidence in particular and the field in general.

First, there have been a great many under-publicized lab studies of psi over the past thirty years or so, and these have 1 been rigorously designed as double blind studies that take into account criticisms of earlier, less rigorous work, and 2 employed new computer and video technology, completely automated to exclude the possibility of contamination by the experimenters or subjects.

Second, during roughly the same period, there have been numerous statistically rigorous meta-analyses of all prior recorded studies of each of the major psi phenomena clairvoyance or remote viewing, telepathy, precognition, telekinesis or action-at-a-distance.

The evidential standards applied to these lab studies and meta-analyses were more rigorous than those applied to most experiments in conventional physics. Collectively, the odds-against are astronomical. He briefly discusses some of the theories, none of which is demonstrated or even thoroughly persuasive. But this is true of many well-tested scientific theories that we take for granted: they describe accurately, but do not adequately explain.

Radin thinks that psi ability has a bell-shaped distribution in the population much like any other talent such as music, athletics or conceptual intelligence, with virtually everyone having some talent for psi and a small percentage of folks with extraordinary talent. Radin has worked with some of the latter—for instance, a retired police chief who was able to "remote view" the exact contents of a Soviet facility spotted by but impenetrable to U. Unfortunately, conventional U.

This may be changing. The 4 phases: 1-"Impossible! May be something to it. Can phase 3 be far behind?

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Dean Radin

Parapsychology[ edit ] Radin was elected President of the Parapsychological Association in , , , and and has published a number of articles and parapsychological papers supporting the existence of paranormal phenomena, as well as two books directed to a popular audience: The Conscious Universe and Entangled Minds. Park wrote "No proof of psychic phenomena is ever found. In spite of all the tests devised by parapsychologists like Jahn and Radin, and huge amounts of data collected over a period of many years, the results are no more convincing today than when they began their experiments. French recounts that the medium Florence Cook was caught in acts of trickery and two of the Fox sisters confessed to fraud, but that Radin did not mention this fact. Wilson and William R. Shadish writing in Psychological Bulletin criticized claims made by Radin and his associates that human minds can psychically influence random number generators, saying that parapsychologists "need to go beyond statistics and explain how the mind might influence a computer, then test that prediction".

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The Conscious Universe: The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena

Start your review of The Conscious Universe: The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena Write a review Jul 29, Cooper Cooper rated it it was amazing Brief Review Physicist-turned-parapsychologist Dean Radin demonstrates in almost painful detail that based on a combination of rigorous laboratory testing and equally rigorous meta-analysis, the existence of psi phenomena telepathy, precogniton, psychokinetics, etc. The only question is: how does psi work? Radin also explains in detail why he thinks conventional scientists have so vigorously resisted usually by refusing to examine it the evidence. Highly recommended for the Brief Review Physicist-turned-parapsychologist Dean Radin demonstrates in almost painful detail that based on a combination of rigorous laboratory testing and equally rigorous meta-analysis, the existence of psi phenomena telepathy, precogniton, psychokinetics, etc. Highly recommended for the skeptical. Expanded Review A few years ago I was looking for a book that summarizes the current state-of-the-field in psi research, written by someone with a well-trained and rigorous left brain.

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In , a report prepared for the Army Research Institute concluded that, "The bottom line is that the data reviewed in this report constitute genuine scientific anomalies for which no one has an adequate explanation or set of explanations If they are what they appear to be, their theoretical and, eventually, their practical implications are enormous. In a book saturated with piercing skepticism, the late Carl Sagan of Cornell University maintained his life-long mission of educating the public about science, in this case by debunking popular hysteria over alien abductions, channelers, faith-healers, the "face" on Mars, and practically everything else found in the New Age section of most bookstores. Then, in one paragraph amongst pages, we find an astonishing admission: At the time of writing there are three claims in the ESP field which, in my opinion, deserve serious study: 1 that by thought alone humans can barely affect random number generators in computers 2 that people under mild sensory deprivation can receive thoughts or images "projected" at them 3 that young children sometimes report the details of a previous life, which upon checking turn out to be accurate and which they could not have known about in any other way than reincarnation Other signs of shifting opinions are cropping up with increasing frequency in the scientific literature.

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