December 21, 2007
Until just a few years ago researchers into psi phenomena were not much better off than interested scholars of a hundred or even a thousand years ago. What's changed is not so much the use of scientific method — though that's a necessary part of it — but the advent of cheap, powerful computers adaptable to all manner of experimental tasks. Perhaps ironic (in a good sense) that inorganic machines may help us understand more about the fundamentals of the energy of consciousness than we might gain merely through introspection, philosophy, or religion. Nevertheless, as Dr. Dean Radin explains, the serious study of psi remains taboo, even a meta-taboo. It was a great pleasure and honor to talk with Dean, a true pioneer, who's courageously going where few have gone before. Total runtime an hour and eight minutes. In the magical spirit of Christmas, Enjoy!