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Mind-Over-Matter Experiments

In the first half, scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Dean Radin, talked about the Global Consciousness Project (GCP), as well as his scientific experiments studying psychic abilities and other 'supernormal' characteristics.

In the latter half, preparedness expert Mat Stein discussed the danger of solar flares, the ongoing debacle of Fukushima, and the militarization and increasing violence in America's civilian police force and the apparent targeting of dissidents in the USA who threaten the great corporatocracy of America.

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Mind-Over-Matter Experiments

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Date: Thursday - February 14, 2008
Host: George Noory
Guests: Lynne McTaggart, John M. Curtis

Researcher Lynne McTaggart returned to report on the on-going results of global mind-over-matter experiments (theintentionexperiment.com) that she has sponsored. Because of the way subatomic structures function, the world is not as fixed or final as it might seem, and living things are subject to influence from the power of thoughts, she explained.

Successful experiments have been conducted both with in-person groups and over the Internet. In one intention experiment, a group of people were asked to send thoughts for a barley seed to grow faster, and the results showed the seed sprouted and grew faster than control seeds. The experiment was repeated in New York with a group of healers and yielded even more dramatic results, she said. This led McTaggart to conclude that experience mattered more than the quantity of participants, with the degree of mental focus being an important factor.

Interestingly, she suggested that negative intention, such as using thought to destroy microorganisms, can work just as powerfully as positive intention. Elite athletes often practice a kind of intention with "mental rehearsals" -- according to research, this may be an effective form of training because the brain doesn't distinguish between action and thought, she detailed. Upcoming experiments (the next one will be on March 29th) are planned to make polluted water cleaner, and to reduce crime in a specific area, she noted.

Curtis Commentary

First hour guest, spin expert John M. Curtis offered commentary on various current events. The recent assassination of a Hizbullah chief may escalate tensions in the Middle East, he said.

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