On 6/20/2011 12:59 PM, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
On 20.06.2011 21:13 meekerdb said the following:
On 6/20/2011 11:05 AM, selva wrote:
it is proved in noetic science that our thoughts(only thoughts and
not the actions due to those thoughts)affect our physical
Where are these proofs published?
I was trying to understand what noetic science is (my first thought
was no ethic, but it happens to be wrong). Along this way I have found
some strange paper (see below). What do you think about it?
Dean Radin has been trying to find statistical evidence for the
paranormal for decades. So far as I can tell his "analysis" is looking
for faces in clouds.
Correlations of Continuous Random Data with Major World Events
Nelson, R. D., Radin, D. I., Shoup, R., and Bancel, P. A. (2002).
Foundations of Physics Letters, 15, 6, 537-550.
The interaction of consciousness and physical systems is most often
discussed in theoretical terms, usually with reference to the
epistemological and ontological challenges of quantum theory. Less
well known is a growing literature reporting experiments that examine
the mindmatter relationship empirically. Here we describe data from a
global network of physical random number generators that shows
unexpected structure apparently associated with major world events.
Arbitrary samples from the continuous, four-year data archive meet
rigorous criteria for randomness, but pre-specied samples
corresponding to events of broad regional or global importance show
signicant departures of distribution parameters from expectation.
These deviations also correlate with a quantitative index of daily
news intensity. Focused analyses of data recorded on September 11,
2001, show departures from random expectation in several statistics.
Contextual analyses indicate that these cannot be attributed to
identiable physical interactions and may be attributable to some
unidentied interaction associated with human consciousness.
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