Monday, February 28, 2005

Subject: Message from physics Nobel Laurerate Brian Josephson on signal nonlocality

Memorandum for the Record

Subject: Remote Viewing

Are there two independent modes of communication?

1. Classical electromagnetic signals.

2. Signal nonlocality in violation of orthodox micro-quantum theory?

On Feb 28, 2005, at 1:40 AM, Brian Josephson wrote:

Please forward!

--On Sunday, February 27, 2005 8:13 pm -0800 Jack Sarfatti wrote:

J: Indeed, I would never even try to. It's not a legitimate question! I
have also kept asking Paul for his "suitable alternative". The only
possible one would, perhaps, be "signal nonlocality" in violation of
micro-quantum theory. Paul, of course, never suggested that.

The first manned Mars landing is about to take place (in the universal time frame of the Lorentzian interpretation). All are awaiting anxiously at the space centre on Earth. Then one of the astronaut's wives says "ah! they've landed safely, I can sense it". Eight minutes later a radio signal confirms this.

I would add that since science is not an authority-based enterprise,

I'm afraid it is. It is because science is an authority-based enterprise that cold fusion is regarded as non-existent despite the fact that many experiment(er)s have demonstrated otherwise (see e.g.,


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