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Magination Not according to the author who worked on the US government's top secret psychic espionage program known as Stargate Radin has spent the last forty years conducting controlled experiments that demonstrate that thoughts are things that we can sense others' emotions and intentions from a distance that intuition is powerful than we thought and that we can tap into the power of intention think The Secret only on a realistic and scientific level These dormant powers can hel. Real Magic contends that a variety of psychic phenomenons are real magic The book shows there is truth in this statement and in the phenomenons themselvesThe book details a variety of studies that show uantifiable evidences of esp clairvoyance etc Coming from a background of scientific method most are sound as a beginning experiment and the experiments continue to grow to removing some of the complaints from the earlier experiments These experiments show the merit of these phenomeons and the study of them In fact the book shows experiment that prove already determined psychological variables The sheep goat hypothesis is that believers will see psi response and those who don t won t This has been proved many times over in all areas of belief in psychological study and is referred to as biases This shows that the researchers are well aware of such an important biases in their experimentsI have two issues with the book as a whole The first is that the first two thirds of the book spends its time trying to make the argument that these experiences ae real and uantifiable While the descriptions of this can be called magic using the terms lessens the scientific side of it There is aa discussion that woo woo is not widely accepted While I believe it can be scientific and respected calling it magic doesn t really help in the scientific world The second is that the last third of the book gets philosophical and light leaving behind the scientific side Which like my first issues confuses me of the intent Does Radin want this as science or not Or is he trying to bring in the woo woo side into the scientific viewFYI I looked up the research article mentioned in the book that was retracted Radin and a team created an experiment to see if psychics could tell if someone was alive or dead A variety of ages genders and races were converted into black and white photos and shown to the psychics Half of the pool of pictures were alive and the other half dead Psychics were able say the outcome at only slightly better than chance From reading about it it seemed like a start for a further rigorous study It was published in a journal but was later retracted with out the authors given concise answers on the reasons why After reading the article the only thing I found objectionable is that it did not meet the hypothesis of the paper it claimed that there was a facial characteristic that would predict morality The experiments does not do this at all I am assuming this was a scientific beard because they were worried they would not be published if they centered too much on the clairvoyance partPsi activities are always of interest to me I believe there is something we don t know yet and many of these experiences are real though I don t believe they are anything like you see in the movies I received an ARC from NetGalley all opiniosn are my own Her Small-Town Hero years conducting controlled experiments that demonstrate that thoughts are things that we can sense others' emotions and intentions from a distance that intuition is powerful than we thought and that we can tap into the power of intention think The Secret only on a realistic and scientific level These dormant powers can hel. Real Magic contends that a variety of psychic phenomenons are real magic The book shows there is truth in this statement and in the phenomenons themselvesThe book details a variety of studies that show uantifiable evidences of esp clairvoyance etc Coming from a background of scientific method most are sound as a beginning experiment and the experiments continue to grow to removing some of the complaints from the earlier experiments These experiments show the merit of these phenomeons and the study of them In fact the book shows experiment that prove already determined psychological variables The sheep goat hypothesis is that believers will see psi response and those who don t won t This has been proved many times over in all areas of belief in psychological study and is referred to as biases This shows that the researchers are well aware of such an important biases in their experimentsI have two issues with the book as a whole The first is that the first two thirds of the book spends its time trying to make the argument that these experiences ae real and uantifiable While the descriptions of this can be called magic using the terms lessens the scientific side of it There is aa discussion that woo woo is not widely accepted While I believe it can be scientific and respected calling it magic doesn t really help in the scientific world The second is that the last third of the book gets philosophical and light leaving behind the scientific side Which like my first issues confuses me of the intent Does Radin want this as science or not Or is he trying to bring in the woo woo side into the scientific viewFYI I looked up the research article mentioned in the book that was retracted Radin and a team created an experiment to see if psychics could tell if someone was alive or dead A variety of ages genders and races were converted into black and white photos and shown to the psychics Half of the pool of pictures were alive and the other half dead Psychics were able say the outcome at only slightly better than chance From reading about it it seemed like a start for a further rigorous study It was published in a journal but was later retracted with out the authors given concise answers on the reasons why After reading the article the only thing I found objectionable is that it did not meet the hypothesis of the paper it claimed that there was a facial characteristic that would predict morality The experiments does not do this at all I am assuming this was a scientific beard because they were worried they would not be published if they centered too much on the clairvoyance partPsi activities are always of interest to me I believe there is something we don t know Red Tail (Travis Trilogy yet and many of these experiences are real though I don t believe they are anything like Promises in Tumble Creek you see in the movies I received an ARC from NetGalley all opiniosn are my own

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P us to lead interesting and fulfilling livesBeginning with a brief history of magic over the centuries what was called magic two thousand years ago is turning out to be scientific fact today a review of the scientific evidence for magic a series of simple but effective magical techniues the key is mental focus something elite athletes know a lot about Radin then offers a vision of a scientifically informed magic and explains why magic will play a key role in frontiers of science. This book takes Dean Radin s Entangled Minds one step further to its logical conclusion magick is real He walks the reader through the history of magic and science which I found upsetting because of all the information held back from me in school and goes on to discuss experiments supporting his hypothesis and conclusions drawn from it This has less repetitious discussion of experiments which to be fair are necessary when attempting to persuade people The author seems to have found his IDGAF mode and just goes for it I appreciate that because Entangled Minds felt slightly apologetic whereas this one feels slightly bitter that scientists are still skeptical of what has been proven over and over in experiments

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The chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences IONS turns a critical eye toward such practices as telepathy clairvoyance precognition and psychokinesis Are such powers really possible Science says yesAccording to noted scientist and bestselling author of The Conscious Universe Dean Radin magic is a natural aspect of reality and each of us can tap into this power with diligent practiceBut wait aren't things like ESP and telepathy just wishful thinking and flights of the i. I was lent this book by our friend Fabrice who is very interested in paranormal phenomena He said I would be surprised Well for the first few chapters I was sure he was wrong It seemed to be of what I had seen before in various places unverifiable anecdotes implausible claims uotes diligently mined from the usual suspects I was interested to see that Max Tegmark has joined the gang and really unconvincing interpretations of uantum mechanics It s not like I know anything much about uantum mechanics but the few books I ve read are enough to let me say with some certainty that it doesn t work this way There was a period uite a long time ago now when physicists were too fond of saying that the notorious measurement problem had something to do with consciousness And Einstein was unwise enough to call uantum entanglement spooky action at a distance But it is wrong to infer from this that uantum mechanics says your mind is directly able to influence everything else It says nothing of the kind Far from making respectable the notion of universal consciousness as the ground of all being uantum mechanics has or less abandoned this line of investigation If you open a modern book on uantum mechanics you won t see anything about minds or consciousness So I was getting ready to throw the book at the wall when I reached the chapter on scientific evidence for paranormal phenomena The book treats paranormal phenomena psi and magic as or less interchangeable And here I really was surprised and wondered how it was possible that I hadn t heard of Daryl Bem before Whether you believe in the paranormal or not the case of Bem is extremely interesting It shines a bright light on the way science is currently done and exposes some important things that many scientists would really prefer not to talk about Bem a highly respected psychologist with an excellent track record set out to investigate empirically whether paranormal phenomena exist He carried out a bunch of experiments over a period of several years and at the end claimed he had solid reproducible evidence that there are paranormal phenomena But when he tried to publish his results journals that had previously been happy to accept his papers wouldn t take them or accepted them and then later withdrew them with unconvincing excuses Bem said he d carried out his experiments with the same level of rigour he always had and obtained strongly significant results according to the statistical tests he d always used It didn t helpThe author of Real Magic says the scientific establishment is biased against research into paranormal phenomena which is indeed a fair conclusion When you put it like that it kind of implies that paranormal phenomena exist so scientists get defensive The problem is that it s true irrespective of whether these phenomena exist or not What s disuieting is that Bem seems to have been telling the truth He did do his ESP experiments as carefully and responsibly as his previous ones indeed as carefully and responsibly as most published scientists in the field One way to read the results the one presented here is that it demonstrates the existence of paranormal phenomena Scientists as noted will not accept this But the alternative they re left with is only slightly palatable the results of a great deal of published research are not reliable at all It s hard to escape the logic of the argument If they were produced using methodologies which can demonstrate the existence of precognition and telepathy why should we trust them I work in the academic world myself and I m afraid there s a great deal of truth to this accusation Academics are sloppy academics use bad methodology uite often academics straightforwardly falsify results When they produce anodyne unremarkable conclusions that look like things people have seen before the cops wave them on When they say they ve found telepathy the cops pull them over tell them to put their hands against the wall and strip search them This is not how a democratic system is supposed to workNote that I m not saying all published results are unreliable For example we ve seen enough of the way CERN carry out their research to be pretty sure that they re doing it right They have two separate groups for each major experiment working independently of each other the data analysis methods are defined in advance and the data processing is carried out by people who didn t collect the data and as far as possible are blinded to what it might be saying Other big scientific organisations are able to put similar procedures in place In computer science an effective way to prevent fraud is to use only open source code and data sets then anyone who thinks you re cheating can just download your material and run the experiment themselves The machine learning world runs mainly on this paradigm which I think is one of the reasons they ve made such amazing progress recently But a great many people in psychology life sciences and the social sciences etc can t easily safeguard themselves And the unfortunate conclusion is that much of their research is suspectNice work Daryl Bem If you want to find out there s a Slate article about him here which I thought was well worth looking at And next time you re about to throw a book at the wall consider reading on for a bit It may surprise you


10 thoughts on “Real Magic

  1. says:

    I was lent this book by our friend Fabrice who is very interested in paranormal phenomena He said I would be surprised Well

  2. says:

    This is one of the best book I have read on specific areas of the paranormal Radin's historical knowledge as well as his sc

  3. says:

    The most scientific approach to magic or psychic ability that I've read This is a great book for making a clear headed argument that magic is real backed up by numerous scientific studies and that the reason that there's any doubt about it is because we've been steeped in centuries of Christian fear and pain when it comes to anythi

  4. says:

    Summary As a statistician this was so hard to read The mis inference of statistics made me want to scream It completely eclipsed anything he was saying that was good I wanted to cry There is so much that Radin is saying that is uniue and interesting But if you are a stats major who actually does know how to do inference a part of you dies every single time he infers any study It's just not correct which is sa

  5. says:

    Real Magic contends that a variety of psychic phenomenons are real magic The book shows there is truth in this statement and in the phenomenons themselvesThe book details a variety of studies that show uantifiable evidences of esp clairvoyance etc Coming from a background of scientific method most are sound as a

  6. says:

    Best book on magic I've read in a really long time There's even a little bit of how to which I think should be turned into the seuel J

  7. says:

    This book is about parapsychology study of psi This is a field of study that is not supported by the science community This field of study is hard to prove with tangible proof I did not fully understand parapsychology I felt like it was a broad study of understanding the things that are unseen such as spirits conscience

  8. says:

    This book was really fun to read and the concepts really stuck I’ve often felt that certain people seemed to have a magical air about themselves Radin also lays out practical experiments the armchair enthusiast like myself can try In fact I have I tried the remote viewing experiment with my brother and shared

  9. says:

    This book takes Dean Radin's Entangled Minds one step further to its logical conclusion magick is real He walks the reader through the history of magic and science which I found upsetting because of all the information held back from me in school and goes on to discuss experiments supporting his hypothesis and conclusions drawn from it This has less repetitious discussion of experiments which to be fair are ne

  10. says:

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review A well written overview and history of magic There were ti

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