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    Paranormal – Psychic Events

    1. Telepathy:
    • The Ganzfeld Experiments: Researchers from the Rhine Research Center conducted a series of studies in the 1970s and 1980s using the Ganzfeld (German for ‘whole field’) technique to test for telepathy. These experiments involved sensory deprivation and statistically significant results were reported.
    1. Precognition:
    • The PEAR Lab Experiments: The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) lab, operating from 1979 to 2007, conducted a number of precognition experiments which produced statistically significant results, suggesting that human intention could influence the outcomes of random number generators.
    • The Dreaming of 9/11 Cases: Many anecdotal reports surfaced after the 9/11 attacks where individuals claimed to have had precognitive dreams or feelings that such an event was going to occur.
    1. Clairvoyance:
    • The Remote Viewing Experiments (Stargate Project): This U.S. government-funded project from the 1970s to the 1990s aimed to investigate the practicality of psychic phenomena in military and domestic applications. Noteworthy participants include Ingo Swann and Pat Price, who produced remarkable details about distant, unseen targets.
    • The J.B. Rhine Experiments: Rhine, a parapsychologist at Duke University, conducted a series of card-guessing experiments in the 1930s as tests for clairvoyance. His subject, Hubert Pearce, achieved scores significantly above chance.
    1. Psychokinesis:
    • The Uri Geller Experiments: Parapsychologist and magician Uri Geller gained fame in the 1970s for his spoon-bending demonstrations, which he claimed were the result of psychokinesis. Studies conducted on Geller, most notably by Stanford Research Institute scientists Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ, documented phenomena which they believed couldn’t be explained by trickery.
    • The Nina Kulagina Case: A Soviet woman named Nina Kulagina was reported to have demonstrated psychokinetic abilities in a number of controlled experiments conducted by Soviet scientists during the mid-20th century. Most famously, she was purportedly able to move objects on a table using her mental power.