[ExI] Psi quantum observation experiment

John K Clark jonkc at att.net
Fri Jun 29 05:44:26 UTC 2007

"Damien Broderick" <thespike at satx.rr.com>

> A paper by Dean Radin, PhD, accepted for publication
> later this year (but no, not in Nature or Science):
> Testing nonlocal observation as a source of intuitive knowledge

Damien I really don't understand why an intelligent man such as yourself is
wasting his time with crap like this. If you're really interested in non
local stuff I suggest you look at something that WAS published in Nature,
the April 19 2007 issue. About 40 years ago Bell proposed an experiment
and a few decades later it was actually performed; it proved that
hidden-variables cannot explain observations. Events must be non local,
that is, distant events can influence each other instantaneously OR, things
only exist when you're looking at them or the universe splits or something
even stranger happens. About 5 years ago Leggett proposed an experiment
that went beyond Bell, in the April 19 article in Nature Aspelmeyer 
performed Leggett's experiment. It showed that even if you assume
non locality experimental results can not be explained.

If you have a taste for the bizarre there is no need to go to
UFO Abduction Quarterly, Nature has plenty of it!

 John K Clark

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