Susan Doris Wrote:
> I saw this title a week ago and read through it. IQuote
The speechless unite in a silent
> started my first response with the word,
> ‘If…’ because the title seemed to be a
> statement. No question included as a start to a
> discussion. .
> [quoteHere is a topic that will surely get a
> response. [/quote]
> Why did you think that?
> A one-hour video! Why should anyoneQuote
Also with this one hour video is an apt
> song that I quoted above:
> watch a one—hour video? Sounds a bit as
> if you could not be bothered to pose a strong,
> interesting question as a starter.
> Perhaps it would have been a good idea to quoteQuote
The ONLY thing I will say is this 1, 2, 3
> design of telepathy in the video above.
> 1. Telepathy--the origin
> 2. Decision to respond
> 3. Time travel (seconds before the call)--listen
> to Rupert Sheldrake's video above.
> any verified test in telepathy, but I bet it was
> all speculation, subjective and anecdotal. And
> time travel has only the most minimal chance of
> being possible with human brains!!
> What does this mean in plain English?Quote
If there is a multiplicity of experiencing
> A claim which needs strong back-up.Quote
as individuals, there is also a
> corresponding multiplicity of universes
> By whom?Quote
which are spoken of as the same by a sort
> of tacit (unspoken) convention".
> Why do you think this?Quote
"There is no absolute Space and Time".
> ‘Thus’? I do not see how the statementQuote
Each individual experiences Space and Time
> according to their unique apprehension of said
> Space and Time.
> beginning with this word follows the former.
> A claim needing far more than speculation. AQuote
telepathy is intrinsically common to those
> who have relations. The "stranger" effect is only
> plausible when attention is paid to the object of
> view. Telepathy is a mysterious application of
> consciousness in humans and certain
> proper method for testing claims is available, but
> it fails every time on hypotheses that do not have
> independent observations.
> I wonder if you will respond to this... ... we
> have a free choice here.