Is some of the evidence for ostensible precognition indicative of Darwinian adaptation to retrocausal influences

@inproceedings{Savva2014IsSO,
  title={Is some of the evidence for ostensible precognition indicative of Darwinian adaptation to retrocausal influences},
  author={L. Savva},
  year={2014}
}
  • L. Savva
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Parapsychologists continue to report experimental results that imply information from the future can be utilised in the present in a way that defies conventional understanding. Although treating such results as though they are the outcome of a sensory process is common, much less so is consideration as to what psi might be for. This thesis attempts to examine some of the evidence for precognition from the perspective that it might be indicative of Darwinian adaptation to retrocausal influences… CONTINUE READING

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