Dr. Dean Radin : Men who stare at photons (english) [01/2013]
Dean Radin works at the Institute of Noetic Sciences as Senior Scientist and is the author of over 200 articles and three books. He had researched exceptional human capacities at Princeton University, the University of Edinburgh and SRI International. He holds a PhD in psychology and an MS in electrical engineering.
In January 2013 Dean Radin gave a talk at the Electric Universe Conference 2013 in Albuquerque. In his talk he reports on the results of various experiments conducted on telepathy as well as other effects of mind-matter interaction.
0:00:25 Introduction, psychic phenomena, anecdotal reports
0:02:55 PSI taxonomy, explanations, tools, lab experts
0:05:20 2 general theories : Neuroscience versus consciousness
0:06:30 IONS Faraday cage, experiencing electromagnetic calmness
0:07:30 Results of general telepathy experiments (recommended)
0:15:05 Alternative explanations, Reactions from skeptics
0:17:50 Telepathy experiments via brain activity measurements (recommended)
0:22:55 Various telepathy studies in mainstream journals
0:00:20 Mind-matter interaction, quantum mechanics & consciousness
0:02:30 372 publications on random number experiments (recommended)
0:04:50 Schrödinger's Cat, Dean's own interferometer lab experiment
0:09:20 Dean's double-slit lab experiment and its results
0:17:25 Dean's online double-slit experiment and its results
0:20:25 Influence of the human mind on matter, Dean's upcoming book
0:23:20 Environmental influences on psychic awareness
0:25:55 Infos on Dean and the Institute of Noetic Sciences
Additional information :
The entire lecture was provided for free by the Thunderbolts Project who also organized the conference. More info on the project : http://www.thunderbolts.info
Here is a short interview with Dean Radin conducted during the conference in which he talks about his research into expanding human consciousness :
Another interview with Dean is available in the Resource section (In that interview article you find additional links to other material from Dean)
A short documentary on the random event generator experiments at Princeton University was produced which is available in the Resource section.