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Extra Sensory: the Science and Pseudoscience of Telepathy and Other Powers of the Mind [Kõva köide]

(Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, UK)
  • Formaat: Hardback, 320 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 216x150x27 mm, kaal: 395 g
  • Ilmumisaeg: 07-Jun-2013
  • Kirjastus: St Martin's Press
  • ISBN-10: 1250019060
  • ISBN-13: 9781250019066
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 320 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 216x150x27 mm, kaal: 395 g
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  • Kirjastus: St Martin's Press
  • ISBN-10: 1250019060
  • ISBN-13: 9781250019066
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We'd all love to have 'psi' abilities like telepathy, telekinesis, and remote viewing. But is there any solid evidence to back up these talents, or are they nothing more than fantasy? We still only understand a small percentage of the capabilities of the human brain-and we shouldn't dismiss such potential powers out of hand. Although there is no doubt that many who claim these abilities are frauds, and no one has yet won James Randi's $1M prize for demonstrating ESP under lab conditions, we still have a Nobel prize winner suggesting a mechanism for telepathy, serious scientists researching the field and university projects that produced potentially explosive results. What's the verdict? By looking at possible physical mechanisms for ESP and taking in the best scientific evidence, the reader can discover if this is all wishful thinking and deception, or a fascinating reality. The truth is out there.

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Praise for "Gravity" "Although by far the feeblest of the four universal forces, gravity is the only one we experience continuously. Every inquisitive person should read a book about it, preferably this one . . . Clegg's skills never flag and his account remains lucid and free of jargon, bad jokes, and math phobia." --"Kirkus Reviews" (starred) "Clegg's accessible presentation offers insight into everything from Aristotelian science to black holes and string theory as it reveals the complexities and surprise of a familiar force that continues to surprise scientists." --"Publishers Weekly" Clegg accomplishes the impressive feat of persuading readers that ESP might exist, while delivering a delightfully astute examination of the current evidence, which remains frustratingly feeble. "Kirkus Reviews"" "Clegg accomplishes the impressive feat of persuading readers that ESP might exist, while delivering a delightfully astute examination of the current evidence, which remains frustratingly feeble." --Kirkus Reviews Praise for Extra Sensory: "Clegg accomplishes the impressive feat of persuading readers that ESP might exist, while delivering a delightfully astute examination of the current evidence, which remains frustratingly feeble." -Kirkus Reviews Praise for "Gravity" "Although by far the feeblest of the four universal forces, gravity is the only one we experience continuously. Every inquisitive person should read a book about it, preferably this one . . . Clegg's skills never flag and his account remains lucid and free of jargon, bad jokes, and math phobia." --"Kirkus Reviews" (starred) "Clegg's accessible presentation offers insight into everything from Aristotelian science to black holes and string theory as it reveals the complexities and surprise of a familiar force that continues to surprise scientists." --"Publishers Weekly"

Acknowledgments ix
1 Feel The Power-Superh Eroes And Physics
1(9)
2 Parapsychology-Separating Sheep And Goats
10(18)
3 Can You Hear Me?
28(49)
4 It Moves!
77(11)
5 Things To Come
88(19)
6 Seeing Elsewhere
107(33)
7 In The Rhine Lab
140(49)
8 Enter The Military
189(10)
9 Picking The Pear
199(10)
10 Bending Spoons
209(42)
11 Is Anything There?
251(26)
Notes 277(20)
Index 297
BRIAN CLEGG holds a physics degree from Cambridge and has written regular columns, features, and reviews for numerous magazines. He lives in Wiltshire, England, with his wife and two children.