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    be a skeptic and doubt that it will happen. This would only skew the results and most likely not help the person trying to heal the sick person. If we truly accept the paranormal as viable option in curing the sick, it could do wonders for our society. I would like to transition now into how the paranormal can help us progress technologically. I believe that the paranormal would help us tremendously in furthering our technology. I think the paranormal could prevent wars from happening, could end wars faster, and can help the everyday people go through their life. I would like to introduce extra-sensory perception, ESP. ESP is the ability to acquire knowledge independent of your senses and the different types of ESP are clairvoyance, precognition, and telepathy (Berger 5). Clairvoyance could help prevent and end wars a whole lot faster. Clairvoyance would allow us to be able to find the guys that are hiding that need to captured. It could us find terrorists and other rogue agents that could do damage to the world. It would be like having the fly on the way that we always wished we had so that we can know what is going on. An example of someone with this ability would be Alexis Didier. Alexis Didier was a famous clairvoyant whose career as a clairvoyant was extremely short due to the high demand of his services. It was believed that because they used his powers a lot that his health had started to deteriorate because of it. In a famous instance of Didier being tested, Didier…

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    and fantasy. People always saying the teenage is the leader to open the new world, then why we take their fantasy away? If we do, what’s the key to open the new world? Therefore, people shouldn’t ban the paranormal from teenage, the paranormal culture gives us a colorful life and space to thinking, if we cut off the paranormal from teenage which means cut off the road to the new future. Why people believe in the paranormal? To explain some of these supernatural effects, Joseph Banks Rhine of…

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    Christina DeFiori The chapter Psychics and Scientists begins with a very thoughtful example to explain precognition. We have all had an instance when we thought about a person and then the phone buzzes and it magically appears to be that person. Of course this coincidence seems like a big deal and might even make people say the line, “I must be psychic.” What this chapter points out is a very important argument: You might have been right that one time, but what about the hundreds of times you…

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    trying to address more directly whether there was a difference between precognition and clairvoyance. Precognition, when speaking in terms of parapsychology, is reported skill allowing one to see, sense or feel future occurrences via an extrasensory comprehension. Clairvoyance is the ability to see things that are hidden. In addition, the authors were also trying to find whether the optimal conditions for the two types of ESP, extrasensory perception, appeared to differ. For this source, no…

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    Dr. Peter Venkman's Essay

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    Dr. Peter Venkman is interested in testing whether psychics who claim to have clairvoyant powers actually do. Dr. Venkman believes that real psychics have special clairvoyant powers that non-psychics do not possess. 1a). If the “psychic” can predict the identity of these “psychics” possess clairvoyant powers that non-psychic people do not possess.1b) Looking at the fact sheet provided by John A. Thomas shows an experiment known as the Rhine experiment when Joseph Banks Rhine made the ESP cards…

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    Telepathy and precognition: two “superpowers” often desired by millions across the world. To be able to read minds and tell the future? It seems awesome yet impossible to possess such abilities. However, some people believe that they possess these powers. Some even believe that all humans are capable of tapping into an area of our brains which could enable us to transfer thoughts without speaking, and tell the future not just by a prediction that can be explained on the basis of what we know.…

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    Sabrina Wu 7/9/15 Biology Ability to Perceive Through Time Biology Summer Assignment Precognition is the gain of knowledge obtained through extrasensory means. The majority of precognitive experiences come from extrasensory perception (ESP), also known as the sixth sense. ESP uses methods such as card reading and dreams. It can also be experienced through trance, channeling, and mediumship. Trace and mediumship are forms of spirit communication. A person in trance condition is when a spirit…

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    which are events that are observed in natural occurrence. For example, a cow jumping over a moon is physically impossible because its muscles can’t produce fore to accelerate in a greater height. 2. Is ESP logically impossible? Extrasensory Perception such as telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition is logically impossible because breaks the law of self-contradictory. An example is precognition. Precognition is knowing what will happen before any one does. This ability explains how it can…

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    results. Such ambition would be created under precognition, manipulation and blind trust of others. In Macbeth and ROTS, precognition is one of the major motivational factor that makes Anakin’s and Macbeth’s life turn into a catastrophe. At the beginning of the play, Macbeth…

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    play Agamemnon by Aeschylus, there are multiple characters that have questionable morals. But Aeschylus does give us one reliable person amidst the chaotic setting, and her name is Cassandra. She is easily the most trustworthy person in the play. Cassandra was a lady from the ruling house in Troy. When Agamemnon’s Greek forces took control of the city, she was taken back to Argos as a symbol of triumph over her home. Out of all the main characters she remains the most truthful, but ironically…

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