I got that text this morning. “So what?” you’re thinking. Well, here’s so what.
On November 14, 1996, Farsight founder Courtney Brown was interviewed on Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell. In that show Courtney recounted that his team of three remote viewers viewed an alien craft “four times the size of Earth” near the comet Hale-Bopp based solely upon one astronomical photo that showed a dot of… Continue reading Courtney Brown, Hale-Bopp, and Tiger King
Psychology Today: Experiments Suggest Humans Can Directly Observe the QuantumMay 31, 2019 “As we’ve been saying in different ways for these past months, what has been emerging from a wide range of often non-communicating researchers in multiple independent (also often non-communicating) but related disciplines, as well as from pan-global, cross-cultural sources and institutions, is an… Continue reading In Case You Thought Super Human was Fiction
Super Human is the first book in a new Young Adult Science Fiction series. Through an out-of-this-world adventure, it takes a close look at the role of anxiety and our thoughts on outcomes in our lives. Readers praise Super Human: “I was hooked from page 1. I started out expecting a fun-filled Sci-Fi novel. The… Continue reading Super Human: A Young Adult Sci-Fi Novel
Hi, I’m Dan Pouliot. You may remember me from such tweets as, “It was just a joke” and such personalized DMs as, “Hello. How are you?” Hey #WritingCommunity lurker. Do you want more followers? If you answered yes to any of these questions, do I have an opportunity for you? Hang on. (clears throat) Do… Continue reading #WritingCommunityOnlineMeetup Moderator’s Guide
To be fluent in a language means not only that you can understand it, but that you can speak it competently. Competency in the language does not necessarily make it your first language. It may be your second, or third. Your first language is your dominant one. Reason can be thought of like a language,… Continue reading Reason and the ability to use it are two separate skills