Researchers Past and Present Unravel the Mystery of Miracles

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After more than three decades of research into the potential of human consciousness, Dean Radin
This is where Radin goes off-the-rails. He continues to put the physical and especially humans as the primary focus. So he ends up with the idea that consciousness = "human consciousness' when it is more closely a case of "consciousness's humans."
 
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This is where Radin goes off-the-rails. He continues to put the physical and especially humans as the primary focus. So he ends up with the idea that consciousness = "human consciousness' when it is more closely a case of "consciousness's humans."
Couldn't that just be that Dean sees humans as much easier to deal with? You can ask a human subject to think about some specific other person when an indicator comes on, but you can't do the same with an animal - at least not so easily.

David
 
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Couldn't that just be that Dean sees humans as much easier to deal with? You can ask a human subject to think about some specific other person when an indicator comes on, but you can't do the same with an animal - at least not so easily.

David
Were it just that one thing maybe. But given much of what is expressed by Radin - that leaning seems clear. And that's okay. That perspective - though inaccurate - doesn't mean that much of his work isn't valid.
 
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