By PhD Radin Dean
This myth-shattering ebook explains the proof for the veracity of psychic phenomena, uniting the lessons of mystics, the theories of quantum physics, and the most recent in high-tech experiments. With painstaking examine and deft, attractive prose, Radin dispels the incorrect information and superstition that experience clouded the certainty of scientists and laypeople alike referring to a number of interesting oddities. Psychokinesis, distant viewing, prayer, jinxes, and extra - all are actual, all were scientifically confirmed, and the facts is in those pages. although the hyperlink defies the legislation of classical physics, it may possibly heel heavily to the fundamental precepts of quantum mechanics. eventually, Radin takes a daring glance forward, to the inevitable social, financial, educational, and religious outcomes of the mass awareness that brain and topic can impression one another with no need actual touch.
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His conclusion was that Since [the result] lies within the field of chance deviation, although the probability of its occurrence by chance is fairly low, it cannot be accepted as a decisive indication of some cause beyond chance which operated in favor of success in guessing. ,6 Another example is Dr. James Kennedy, a skeptical psychologist who tried to replicate J. B. Rhine's work with E S P cards in the late 1930S. '7 A third example is psychologist Dr. Susan Blackmore, a skeptic of psi phenomena who reported nineteen psi experiments in her doctoral disser tation, five of which achieved statistical significance (that is, each of these studies resulted in odds against chance of twenty to one or greater).
This is a success rate of 70 percent instead of the 5 1 percent average rate expected by normal population birth rates. This experiment with a 70 percent success rate would result in odds of ten thousand to one that the genetic-engineering method was better than the chance expected rate. This would convince most scientists that the ge netic-engineering method was effective. Now suppose that a skeptic came along and tried to replicate this experi ment, but only checked ten births. To his surprise, he found seven boys, M OTIVATION also for a 70 percent success rate.
Mickey Mantle's yearly average hit rates and overall hit rate, with 95 percent confidence intervals shown. The "point estimate" is the average hit rate, calculated from the number of times at bat per year and the number of hits that year. It is called a "point" estimate because an average is a single value, which implies high precision. The problem is, we know that from one year to the next the num ber of times that Mantle was at bat differed. So if one year he was at bat only ten times and got eight hits, his hit rate that year would be 80 percent.