Skip to comments.Have Scientists Discovered a Way of Peering Into the Future?
Posted on 05/15/2013 2:30:31 PM PDT by djf
Deep in the basement of a dusty old library in Edinburgh lies a small black box that churns out random numbers. At first glance the box looks profoundly dull, but it is, in fact, the eye' of a machine that appears capable of peering into the future.
The machine apparently sensed the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center four hours before they happened, and appeared to forewarn of the Asian Tsunami.
"It's Earth shattering stuff," says Dr Roger Nelson, Emeritus researcher at Princeton University in the USA. "But unfortunately we don't have a box for predicting the future that we can sell to the CIA. We're very early on in the process of trying to figure out what's going on here. At the moment we're stabbing in the dark."
Dr Nelson's Global Consciousness Project - originally hosted by Princeton University - is one of the most extraordinary experiments of all time. It aims to sense' whether all of humanity shares a single unconscious mind that we all tap into without realizing it. Some might refer to it as the mind of God. But the machine has also thrown up another tantalizing possibility: that scientists may have unwittingly discovered a way of predicting the future.
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So it's telling them that in the future they will find a way to predict the future?
Will it tell us the day Emperor Zero goes to prison ?
Why don’t these scientists predict power ball numbers?
Sorry, only God and the prophets to whom He reveals his future are privy to what is about to happen. While the future certainly has a fixed outcome, there is no mechanism available to man to view it.
Let me guess, we’ll all be dead and until then pay taxes.
Oh, and the Cubs will still be waiting to win the World Series.
No. But it did see Mai Tais. pineapples, and stacks o gold.
Seems to violate causality to me. Interesting nonetheless.
Short answer: No.
Interesting text and references about astrology here:
Christianity and astrology
>>This is an absolutely fascinating article!!! <<
Or it will be... ;)
I hear ya!
But if they did, everybody would know the number, and the payout would be like 12 cents!
Person of Intrest?
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