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September 19, 2012


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out-of-body illusions are routinely produced in the lab http://www.nature.com/news/out-of-body-experience-master-of-illusion-1.9569http://www.nature.com/news/out-of-body-experience-master-of-illusion-1.9569

out-of-body illusion can be produced in the lab http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22675312

Bob Morris: The late Roger Hart Roger was a geologist for the State of Oregon (OSU Oceanography). He also taught chemistry and geology at the Oregon Coast Community College. He was passionate about mountain climbing and environmental issues.


"...He describes hitchhiking in Morocco and being picked up by a military officer in a Mercedes. The driver menaces Hart with talk of incarceration, right-wing philosophy and bad driving. In an attempt to escape, Hart crashes an oncoming Fiat into the Mercedes with his mind. Although Hart admits being high on hash cookies at the time, he is certain he caused the crash. Once he acknowledges his mind's ability to alter reality with telekinesis and precognition, Hart seeks an explanation by talking to yogis and trying to match mysticism with quantum physics. Much of the book involves dreamy dialogue, with Hart trying to find scientific explanations for his paranormal experiences: ..." I'd say that reading this book would definitely be a waste of time. Sorry to be tossing turds in the punchbowl here.

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