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I think Dean Radin will have much difficulty in finding support in science for his 'work' since he has already disqualified himself by turning away from the world of objective science.

Why should anyone take his word against that of others?

Susan

Me Wrote:

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> The interesting thing about the Radin experiment

> is that the random number generators forbid the

> possibility of deterministic calculations

> predicting an answer. Pure mathematical

> prediction should give a chance result, as they

> can only give the odds, not provide a concrete

> result. The same is true of the Tressoldi

> experiments. This is the perplexing part of the

> results. The result cannot be predicted

> mathematically any better than chance, and the

> correlation in Tressoldi's later experiment is

> with a process in the computer which gave no

> signal of itself. Tressoldi suggested that this

> could come from an indeterminant future, but an

> indeterminant future can't give a correlation in

> the first place, all options being equal.

Why should anyone take his word against that of others?

Susan

Me Wrote:

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> The interesting thing about the Radin experiment

> is that the random number generators forbid the

> possibility of deterministic calculations

> predicting an answer. Pure mathematical

> prediction should give a chance result, as they

> can only give the odds, not provide a concrete

> result. The same is true of the Tressoldi

> experiments. This is the perplexing part of the

> results. The result cannot be predicted

> mathematically any better than chance, and the

> correlation in Tressoldi's later experiment is

> with a process in the computer which gave no

> signal of itself. Tressoldi suggested that this

> could come from an indeterminant future, but an

> indeterminant future can't give a correlation in

> the first place, all options being equal.

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