“God Helmet” inventor claims to have discovered magnetic telepathy link

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Well, what’s going on in the laboratory – and I have some fantastic graduate students and we work together as a team – and what we have found for example, is that if you place two different brains, two different people at a distance, you put a circular magnetic field around both. There’s a magnetic field going around like a coil, around both brains even at a distance. You make sure both coils are connected to the same computer which means they’re generating the same configuration of two different spaces.

If you flash a light in one person’s eye, even though they’re in a chamber that’s closed up, the person in the other room that’s receiving just the magnetic field now, they’re not aware of the light flashing or not, they will show similar changes in frequency in the room. And we think that’s tremendous because that maybe the first macro demonstration of a quantum connection or so-called quantum entanglement. And if that’s true then there’s another way of potential communication that may have physical application and application, for example, in space travel because there’s no time involved with it. That’s one thing we’re looking at. That’s one of our more exotic hypotheses.

Skeptiko: “God Helmet” Inventor, Dr. Michael Persinger Discovers Telepathy Link in Lab Experiments

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I think it’s worth mentioning that other researchers have failed to reproduce Persinger‘s “god helmet” results. (See: The God Experiments). Which doesn’t mean his latest results will prove unreproducible, but I think it should lead readers to be very skeptical of his claims.

2 Comments

  1. I think Persinger’s results are very much in line with what Dr. Dean Radin and others have published… the “God Helmet” apparatus may be a new wrinkle, but the results is the same.

    alex at skeptiko.com

  2. “You make sure both coils are connected to the same computer which means they’re generating the same configuration of two different spaces.”

    I’d just like to point out that, as far as I can tell, that sentence (which appears to be pivotal to his description) is completely meaningless.

    Not saying he hasn’t got something. Just that he’s failing to describe it, if he has.

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