Seeing the future is possible, research shows
An article in This is London (linked from Dean Radin’s blog) summarizes several researches done about the “gut feeling”, or premonition, in people.
It first tells of several facts and stories about the 9/11 attack, stating that there were about half the passengers than usual in each of the crashed plane. Many people suddenly couldn’t make to the flight.
The article quote several Nobel Prize winning scientists from the fields of physics and psychology who research this phenomena and support it. In fact, even Einstein described the distinction between the past, present and future as ‘a stubbornly persistent illusion’.
The article then presents research started by Dr. Dean Radin and then continued and verified by other universities which is meant to verify the existing of the phenomena, the ability of ordinary people to get glimpses into the future.
His experiments and of others, who duplicated it were successful and show that the phenomena does exist.
I suggest you read the original article at This is London for a more detailed story.