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    Down and up analyzing

    Eric wrote: What I am trying to get my head around is this: constantly down analyzing data seems to suggest that the brilliant flashes get downplayed into bits and pieces, and in small bits and pieces its easy to fit to a fair amount of targets. I am trying to come up with a method of "up...
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    Gary Langford's RV Teaching Method

    Hi Gary, I greatly appreciate your participation in this dialogue. Would you be willing to describe your methodology? There are two aspects I'm especially interested in: 1) What is your state of mind while remote viewing (meditative, alert, brainwave power spectrum, etc.) and what do you do...
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    Precognition & D.A.T. Research

    The article's abstract basically says that the prestimulus response experiments were replicated and through Monte Carlo analysis of the data, they believe the considerable deviation from chance is attributable to D.A.T. This would of course imply the same causality for the effects in Dean...
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    Courtney Browns New Book On Remote Viewing

    Abstract, would you care to enlighten us on what those other methods and factors might be, or is that proprietary? BTW, lottery numbers are not my application - you'd have to be correct too many times in a row to win. Scott
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    Courtney Browns New Book On Remote Viewing

    That's actually what I meant too. Some comments relative to previous posts: It's easy to incorporate whatever convoluted logic you want into selecting the feedback image. In my experience, although I haven't analyzed data on this, you don't need to specify a time or date for feedback. Simply...
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    Courtney Browns New Book On Remote Viewing

    Do you feel outbounder ARV introduces the same basic problems as with pictures? Are you suggesting getting rid of viewing one of several alternatives - each representing a different outcome prediction? Scott
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    Courtney Browns New Book On Remote Viewing

    But from what everyone has said in this thread, he apparently doesn't put forth any suggestions for a more successful protocol than ARV. And if he claims that viewing from a target pool should never be used again, then how does he propose to judge if any changes in protocol yield improved...
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    Courtney Browns New Book On Remote Viewing

    I'm wondering if anybody's read enough of Courtney Brown's new book yet to know if he proposes a new protocol to replace standard binary ARV, or does he simply trash the standard one? Scott
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    Courtney Browns New Book On Remote Viewing

    Since Courtney Brown apparently says that RVing from a target pool is the wrong way to go, does he suggest an alternative to ARV in order to derive yes/no answers? Scott
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    DNA ~ is this theory or fact?

    PDPJ wrote: If she is full of BS she sure doesn't stand alone. Scott replies: Then they are either uneducated in the subject matter or frauds like her. She misrepresents herself as an expert on cellular biology while making her claims. She reveals her ignorance in almost every statement about...
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    DNA ~ is this theory or fact?

    Don't waste your time thinking about this stuff. It is clear by the first answer from Berrenda Fox about DNA in : http://www.lightandlife.com/05/pdf/E5_ReschandFoxonDNA.PDF that she has absolutely NO concept about cellular biology, DNA, retroviruses, etc., and she is full of BS. She...
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    RV in the real world

    Eva wrote: Remember this is somewhat of a theoretical mind exercise. As I think I mentioned you will have a team and access to many sessions. One assumes the viewers are of decent quality. But it's just as good if not better to think about immediate personal uses as well. (but be careful if...
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    Viewing test

    Member# 247 wrote: We have determined that there are 3 true remote viewers of sufficent talent on this message board. There may be a fourth who is able to at least partially block him/herself (Which is interesting to say the least). Scott responds: That's amazing! How did you make this...
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    RV in the real world

    Member 247 wrote: A highly skilled remote viewer can choose a target and view what they are currently doing. Do you not see the value in that? Or are you unable to do that? Scott Responds: I'm certainly not able to do that to anywhere near the degree necessary to make it of value, at least not...
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    RV in the real world

    Well finding a good use for RV is really quite the holy grail isn't it? If there were a reliably good use for it in business, then funding research in RV wouldn't be a problem. ARV fits the bill wonderfully, except that you can't depend on it. Unfortunately, the only answer for me thus far...
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