Originally Posted by Sam988
Thats my point of view, the scientifical and proved one.
Scientific studies have shown:
The placebo effect is the most powerful medicine we have.
That physical bodies of people with multiple personalites actually change depending on what personality is prevalent (i.e. one personality has diabetes the other does not.)
Our thougths effect physical things - be it throws of a dice, random event generators, etc.... (A compilation study of 73 seperate but similar experiences showed that the odds that the effects witnessed in these experiments were just chance were 1:10^76 (1 followed by 76 zeros).
Our thoughts effect other living things - Clove Backster if famous for the studies he did showing that plants have measurable reactions when a human threatens the plant with fire or cuts them. He then later showed that the plants show the same measurable reactions when humans merely think about hurting the plant. (They don't even have to be in the same room when they are thinking these thoughts.)
Our thoughts are connected - Scientific studies have shown that people who have spent time together are actually linked in some way. The experiments work like this. Put people together in a room for an hour or so, then seperate them. Now take one of the individuals and create measurable brain activity in them by flashing lights in their eyes or using other such methods. The exact same brain activity at the same time is measured in the other person who is just sitting in an isolated room and is experiencing no physical stimulus.
Our thoughts are capable of transcending time and space - Remote viewing has been tested again and again, to be a significant, measurable, and unexplainable occurrence.
I began my journey from the same place you are standing now Sam988. And science has backed me up, each step I have taken.
Science is not to the point of explaining the how of what is happening. But it is starting to show that something unexplainable is happening. That is significant, and any sceptic worth his weight should at least admit that.