Archive for June, 2009

The Duke Building Which Housed the Lab

Thursday, June 11th, 2009 Posted in General | No Comments »

I love doing then and now shots, but the Duke University Campus is so unchanged! This was the West Duke Building which housed the lab then: And this is the building now: A view from the other side then, where they always ...

The Original Duke Psychology Department

Monday, June 8th, 2009 Posted in General | 1 Comment »

I was excited to find this picture when I went back down to Durham. From left to right: J. B. Rhine, (head of the Duke Parapsychology Lab) Don Adams (psychology professor, tried to sabotage the lab, but felt remorse ...

Parapsychology Foundation Lecture Tonight

Thursday, June 4th, 2009 Posted in Books and Publications | No Comments »

I wish I had thought of posting this before, but I'm going to this lecture tonight that is part of the Parapsychology Foundation's Perspectives Lecture series. Dr. Lawrence LeShan will be launching his New Book, A New Science of the Paranormal: ...

Telepathy From DARPA’s Point of View

Thursday, June 4th, 2009 Posted in General, Science Experiments | 2 Comments »

Previously I posted that while physicist Michio Kaku has written that telepathy is theoretically possible, how Kaku imagines telepathy is very different from how they saw it at the Duke Parapsychology Laboratory. A few recent articles in WIRED about research into ...

Edgar Cayce

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009 Posted in People in Parapsychology | 4 Comments »

I've been asked in interviews about J B. Rhine's opinion of psychic Edgar Cayce. I didn't really research this a lot. But I did learn that at one point Upton Sinclair had suggested that the lab study Edgar Cayce. ...