LSD & ESP: Scientists Study Psychic Phenomena and Psychedelic Drugs

Jun 13, 2012 by

Research suggests that psychedelic drugs might enhance telepathic, precognitive, and psychokinetic abilities. Few people are aware that there have been numerous, carefully-controlled scientific experiments with telepathy, psychokinesis, remote viewing, and other types of psychic phenomena, which have consistently produced compelling, statistically-significant results that conventional science is at a loss to explain. See it on Scoop.it, [...]

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Fanatical Skepticism: The Last Desperate Stand

Jun 02, 2012 by

Before the internet, skeptics ruled the day. They have always been more or less in charge of the machinery of science and were able to effectively squelch dissenting views about the existence of psychic ability and the place of consciousness in physics. But now we do have the internet and skeptics no longer have a [...]

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When Skeptics Face the Evidence

May 15, 2012 by

The blog of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Connecting the science of mind, brain, and spirit with perspectives from the Institute of Noetic Sciences. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Science Was Wrong: An Interview With Stanton Friedman

Apr 17, 2012

In their new book Science Was Wrong: Startling Truths About Cures, Theories, and Inventions “They” Declared Impossible, Friedman and social scientist Kathleen Marden discuss various examples throughout history when scientists misjudged or ignored scientific evidence or breakthroughs.   Having worked as an insider for many years, Friedman understands what is wrong with the system and [...]

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Scientists find identical DNA codes in different plant species

Apr 10, 2012

Analyzing massive amounts of data officially became a national priority recently when the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy announced the Big Data Research and Development Initiative. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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First Evidence For Pre-Columbian Sources Of Maya Blue – Science News – redOrbit

Apr 04, 2012

Once again, science and anthropology have teamed up to solve questions concerning the fascinating, brilliantly hued pigment known as Maya Blue.Impervious to the effects of chemical or physical weathering, the pigment was applied to pottery, sculpture, and murals in Mesoamerica largely during the Classic and Postclassic periods (AD 250-1520), playing a central role in ancient [...]

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How to Build a Speech-Jamming Gun

Mar 09, 2012

Japanese researchers build a gun capable of stopping speakers in mid-sentence.The drone of speakers who won’t stop is an inevitable experience at conferences, meetings, cinemas, and public libraries.   Today, Kazutaka Kurihara at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology in Tskuba and Koji Tsukada at Ochanomizu University, both in Japan, present a [...]

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Cancer Patient Success Prompts Cannabis Science To Begin FDA Investigational New Drug (IND) Application Process

Jan 28, 2012

A pioneering U.S. biotech company developing pharmaceutical cannabis (marijuana) products, is pleased to inform that the current progress and success with their numerous self-medicated cancer patients, has lead the Company to immediately begin the Investigational New Drug (IND) application process that will target cancer treatment.   Cannabis Science is currently tracking numerous cancer patients, who [...]

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Ecstatic Altruism: The Secret Contemplative Art and Science of Tibet

Dec 13, 2011

What makes the Tantric Buddhism of Tibet more mysterious than the Buddhist traditions that gave us mindfulness and loving kindness become household words? The convergence of timeless contemplative arts with current science and contemporary life may seem like yesterday’s news. Yet there are still some Asian contemplative traditions as little known in the West as [...]

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The Occultist: Occult Wisdom or Modern Science: You decide.

Dec 02, 2011

I was talking to a friend recently about places where advanced science and occult concepts overlap. Why do occultists still look at outdated modes of thought and “magical thinking” when modern science has obviously “proven them wrong?”The answer is that modern science has not discounted magical or occultic thinking, it only cautions that testable methods [...]

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