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A perceptual channel for information transfer over kilometer distances: Historical perspective and recent research
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This paper presents an outline of the history of scientific inquiry into such so-called paranormal perception and surveys the current state of the art in parapsychological research in the United States and abroad. Expand
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Remote Viewing in a Group Setting
Remote viewing (RV) is a perceptual ability whereby individuals are able to describe and experience objects, pictures, and locations that are blocked from ordinary perception, either by distance,Expand
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Information transmission under conditions of sensory shielding
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We present results of experiments suggesting the existence of one or more perceptual modalities through which individuals obtain information about their environment, although this information is not presented to any known sense. Expand
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FM OSCILLATION OF THE He‐Ne LASER
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Windshear detection and avoidance - Airborne systems perspective
The generalized windshear hazard index presently defined is derived from aircraft-position wind data and remotely sensed data obtained along the extended flight path by such candidate sensorExpand
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Backward‐Wave Microwave Oscillations in a System Composed of an Electron Beam and a Hydrogen Gas Plasma
A traveling‐wave interaction structure is used to investigate the properties of a low‐density plasma formed by the interaction of an electron beam with hydrogen gas. In this experiment, microwaveExpand
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KILOWATT CO2 GAS‐TRANSPORT LASER
Closed‐cycle gas cooling techniques have resulted in a self‐contained cw kW CO2 laser having a 1‐m active length. The CO2, N2, He gas mixture is recirculated through a heat exchanger following forcedExpand
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MODE‐LOCKED QUIETING OF HE–NE AND ARGON LASERS
We report the suppression of low‐frequency noise in the He–Ne and argon lasers as a result of mode coupling by means of an internal phase modulator. Suppression of off‐axis modes and 20 to 30 dB ofExpand
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