Search Results for: "Dean Radin"

Spoon bending evidence by Dean Radin

About a month ago I wrote an article about spoon bending. In that article I wrote about my inquiries about Uri Geller from the people I interviewed and also about Jack Houck’s PK parties, which many people have attended. I then provided evidence in favor of spoon bending from two known persons: writer Michael Crichton and Dick Sutphen who both attended a PK party. I don’t know how but I’ve missed one other credible person, namely Dr. Dean Radin. Dr. Radin is head scientist of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and leads a lot of research about consciousness. As it appears, Dr. Radin himself was to a PK party and has successfully bent the bowl of a silver spoon. He published his story and the photos on his personal website. There’s also some discussion about this on his blog. Here’s excerpt of what Dr. Dean Radin writes of his experience: After 5 minutes of intently watching the woman attempting to bend a similar spoon, to my surprise my spoon started to bend! In accordance with previous claims I had read, the bowl momentary felt like putty, and I easily pinched the bowl over as shown. It immediately hardened up, and it felt cold throughout. I used a thumb and one finger to make this bend, with hardly any force. I immediately checked my fingers for noticeable marks after the...

Read More

APPI awards prizes for remote viewing and announces a conference

Disclaimer: Mind-Energy.net has no affiliation with APP. We just like what they’re doing. In October we wrote about the Applied Precognition Festival. Today, we’re publishing a follow-up and an  announcement of the next Applied Precognition Conference. This information was given to us by APPI.  Three remote viewers won cash prizes totalling $1,750 in the first Precog Pro Contest sponsored by the Applied Precognition Project Institute (APPI), a nonprofit organization, at the November “APP Fest” in Las Vegas. Contest winners were Henry Gilroy ($1,000 prize), Christine Umholtz ($500), and Joyce Wahlberg ($250). They successfully predicted the outcomes of seven football games and one horse race using precognitive remote viewing—a protocol for gathering information from distant targets using intuition rather than the intellect or the usual five senses. Henry Gilroy (center) earned a $1,000 prize with six hits (successful predictions minus misses/passes) on eight sporting event predictions. Christine Umholtz earned $500 for her second-place win with three (net) hits, and Joyce Wahlberg (pictured separately) claimed $250 with one (net) hit. Marty Rosenblatt (right), APPI president, presented the awards.  Joyce Wahlberg   The Applied Precognition Project (APP) will return to Las Vegas from June 22-25 to host the APP 2017 Conference. The conference theme is: Consciousness is FUNdamental, Remote Viewing: Health-Wealth-Wisdom. “This is our yearly opportunity to gather with friendly like-minded people, who are interested in expanding their consciousness and improving their remote viewing skills,” said Marty Rosenblatt, APP/APPI president. Speakers will include:...

Read More

Double-Slit experiments with mind-eye observers explained

Dean Radin of IONS (Institute of Noetic Sciences) with a great talk explaining the results and implications of the experiments that IONS ran for over three years. The experiments purpose was to see if the non-physical “consciousness” is the one that affects the results of the famous quantum mechanics double-split experiment. Participants were both advanced meditators and people all over the world, over the Internet. The results are very promising, with about 5 sigma of confidence that there’s is an effect. The effect itself is small but the implications are enormous. The talk is very approachable and easy to follow. Take the half hour and see...

Read More

Burning Man and IONS collaborate on Mind over Matter experiment

Cassi Vieten and Dean Radin of IONS (Institute of Noetic Sciences), announced a planned experiment at Burning Man 2012 to test Mind over Matter interaction. The participants will try to affect a Random Number Generator (RNG) using their minds. Their efforts will be visualized using a “Huge Freakin’ Laser”, as they say. The laser will turn greener as the deviation increases and more red as it increases. The organizers believe that the large number of people present at Burning Man will have a mesurable effect on the RNGs. Dean Radin has performed similar experiments in a laboratory conditions, even with online participants but taking it into the public and into such a large event as Burning Man may have even better results and also an increased media exposure. IONS is asking the public to support the experiment financially. Their goal is to raise $2000 “to pay for computers, RNGs, lasers, etc”. You can donate at...

Read More

Twin Telepathy

Telepathy is one of these subjects that intrigue many people because of its possible practical consequences. Twin telepathy – the possible connection between twins appears to be a relatively known fact, especially to many twins. There are a lot of stories about this phenomenon and some research has been done in the field. I’d like to present some sources to ignite your interest. I first wrote about this in an article more than 6 ago, Telepathy experiments with identical twins. I presented a TV “study” there but what I loved about this article is a comment that I’ve received. Here’s an excerpt from this comment: As a mother, I have experienced this phenomenon myself. The first times were when my first son was born. He developed an infection and was in a special care baby unit for the first week of his life. The unit was three floors below my room and yet every time my baby randomly woke up during the day or night, I knew, and was sitting at the door ready to go down to breast feed him when the nurse called up for me. The urge to go to him was even strong enough to wake me from a deep sleep.   Knowing when he needed me continued very strongly and he was 5 or 6 before it began to lessen. On one occasion, when...

Read More

Categories