I saw this title a week ago and read through it. I 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. .Quote
The speechless unite in a silent accord........
[quoteHere is a topic that will surely get a response. [/quote]
Why did you think that?
A one-hour video! Why should anyone watch a one—hour video? Sounds a bit as if you could not be bothered to pose a strong, interesting question as a starter.Quote
Also with this one hour video is an apt song that I quoted above:
Perhaps it would have been a good idea to quote 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!!Quote
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.
What does this mean in plain English?Quote
If there is a multiplicity of experiencing entities
A claim which needs strong back-up.Quote
as individuals, there is also a corresponding multiplicity of universes
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 statement beginning with this word follows the former.Quote
Each individual experiences Space and Time according to their unique apprehension of said Space and Time.
A claim needing far more than speculation. A proper method for testing claims is available, but it fails every time on hypotheses that do not have independent observations.Quote
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 animals.
I wonder if you will respond to this... ... we have a free choice here.