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Radionic, Psychotronic, and Psionic Devices Discuss devices intended to aid the use of psi and produce psi effects.

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Old 06-16-2013, 06:56 PM   #11
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Pat, I'm not sure what your point is...
Mostly I was responding to this post;-

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Would it be wrong to look at their products, then try and imitate them? Are any of them of any legit psychotronic uses?
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You guys do understand that most of the things people attribute to psionics can easily be within the realm of normal physics right?
I think a guy called "Richard Feynmann" would disagree on that, it depends how you define (or limit) "normal physics". Here's an account of his on Uri Geller;-

http://www.indian-skeptic.org/html/fey2.htm

When it comes down to ignorance of an effect (by a supposed "non judgemental" scientist) then the field of interest is psychology rather than physics or psionics...
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Old 06-18-2013, 04:50 AM   #12
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Normal physics being what is explained already, gravity, magnetism. etc.

Abnormal physics being whatever allows real PK to happen, and actual remote viewing to take place, and true telepathic communications, etc. Which very well may still fall within "normal" physics, but just not in a way we have imagined or tested.

Obviously anything that happens period, would all be explainable by laws we just aren't aware of yet.
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