retrocausation love

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  • Even if one allows for the possibility of retrocausation, that is, for the possibility of an effect preceding its cause in time, it is generally held that a present cause can not change or alter the past.

    Being and Becoming in Modern Physics

  • Bem's article and its supporting body of literature, combined with serious discussions of retrocausation in physics, suggest that retrocausation in human experience may indeed be possible.

    It's About Time: The Scientific Evidence for Psi Experiences

  • Entitled "Feeling the Future: Experimental Evidence for Anomalous Retroactive Influences on Cognition and Affect," the paper presents evidence from nine experiments involving over 1,000 subjects suggesting that events in the future may influence events in the past -- a concept known as "retrocausation."

    It's About Time: The Scientific Evidence for Psi Experiences

  • These experiments have demonstrated that retrocausation may be involved in natural biological systems and even unknowingly in conventional scientific experimentation.

    Coordinated Evolution

  • I am not particularly interested in your review of Davies or Penrose, or even Wheeler, whose retrocausation Davies was discussing in his 1983 book God and the New Physics, right now, thanks.

    Behe Responds

  • You suggest that ID could be linked to a mechanism through retrocausation, QM and microtubules.

    A Third Choice (ID Hypothesis)

  • There is no correlation between the observation (precognitive brain activity) and the claim (retrocausation of biological evolution).

    A Third Choice (ID Hypothesis)

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