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Time Loops: Precognition, Retrocausation, and the Unconscious Time Is Not What You Think It Is Neither Are YouWelcome To A World Where Participants In Psychology Experiments Respond To Pictures They Haven T Seen Yet Where Physicists Influence The Past Behavior Of A Light Beam By Measuring Its Photons Now And Where Dreamers And Writers Literally Remember Their Future This Landmark Study Explores The Principles That Allow The Future To Affect The Present, And The Present To Affect The Past, Without Causing Paradox It Also Deconstructs The Powerful Taboos That, For Centuries, Have Kept Mainstream Science From Taking Phenomena Like Retrocausation And Precognition Seriously We Are Four Dimensional Creatures, And Sometimes We Are Even Caught In Time Loops Self Fulfilling Prophecies Where Effects Become Their Own Causes


5 thoughts on “Time Loops: Precognition, Retrocausation, and the Unconscious

  1. says:

    I was reluctant to buy Eric Wargo s book Decades of attempts to ground the paranormal, or experimental research in parapsychology, or Asian wisdom traditions, in quantum mechanics has left me cold I often finished one of those books with the feeling that I end


  2. says:

    You may or may not agree with the ideas presented, but guaranteed your mind will be expanded reading this One of my favorite speculative science books of all time.


  3. says:

    Data is gathered and analyzed against different hypotheses great read, great science


  4. says:

    This book is an exposition on how to think carefully about explosive topics, in this case the non linearity of time and the mind s ability to move among different possibilities Our generation faces remarkable questions about the extra physicality of thought and the illusion of time These q


  5. says:

    In this well written and lucid book the author hypothesizes that precognitive dreams reflect retrocausality, ie that information from the future determines, or at least influences, behaviour in the past While the idea seems outlandish, Dr Wargo presents a great deal of supporting evidence from both


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