Connections Through Time
P-I-A's Quarterly Online PublicationIssue 9: October - December 2000
Free Will, Precognition, and a Nurturing Place
Physics Faster than the Speed of Light
Intuition Free Will and Precognition
Remember when you learned that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light in a vacuum. Well, that's not exactly true! A pulse of light did break this speed limit as reported in Nature magazine in July, 2000.
Applications Year 2000 plus/minus 50
- "Once upon a time ..." Two remote viewers and a precog skeptic discuss whether it is possible to have free will when the future is knowable.
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