On 3/14/14 remote viewer Courtney Brown launched his new project “The Great Pyramid of Giza: The Mystery solved”. He hyped the launch for about 6 weeks on his FaceBook page, with frequent postings of “implications” 1Courtney has since removed this page from his site. Backup courtesy of archive.org“. On Jan 22 on his Facebook page,… Continue reading On Courtney Brown’s “Farsight Planet 2014: Great Pyramid of Giza”
From Dean Radin’s excellent talk, Was Buddha just a nice guy?
When we think of Darwinian evolution, one supposition come to mind: gene mutation (evolution) is random.
“The job of clever people is to ask difficult questions. The job of very clever people is to ask deceptively simple ones.” —The Economist 1The Economist, September 7, 2013, The man who showed why firms exist References[+] References ↑1 The Economist, September 7, 2013, The man who showed why firms exist
Everyone has heard of pseudoscience— unscientific ideas masquerading in the guise of science. But its corrolary is less well known. Pseudo-skepticism is also unscientific ideas masquerading in the guise of science. Pseudo-skeptics are also known as debunkers but I prefer the former term as it rightly notes that pseudoscience and pseudo-skepticism are two sides of… Continue reading Pseudoscience, Pseudo-skepticism and Rejection Bias
Russell Targ from Suzanne Taylor on Vimeo. This talk was part of a daylong program, “Brother, Can You Spare a Paradigm?,” on April 14, 2013, at the Vortex Immersion Dome, in Los Angeles. Selected presentations in three parts, and all the individual presentations: vimeo.com/channels/517665