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July 25, 2011, 12:33:20 AM
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In the book, "The Intention Experiment," a professor hooked up a plant to a polygraph machine.  He then had the intention (in the form of a thought) to burn one of the plants leaves. 

Cleve Backster was doing this in the 60s. His experiments with yoghurt communications are fascinating, although kinda out-there for most!
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July 25, 2011, 02:29:39 AM
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In the book, "The Intention Experiment," a professor hooked up a plant to a polygraph machine.  He then had the intention (in the form of a thought) to burn one of the plants leaves. 

Cleve Backster was doing this in the 60s. His experiments with yoghurt communications are fascinating, although kinda out-there for most!

The thing i find most intriguiging is that maybe it was the very intense thought it self could have triggered the polograph to give the odd results.

But this thoery arises the question as of "why criminals have a hard time to passing poloygraphs..." well it could be they didnt have enough conciousness(thought power) in the first place to find alternative ways to accomplishing the negative thing they are getting accused with.
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July 25, 2011, 02:41:59 PM
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In the book, "The Intention Experiment," a professor hooked up a plant to a polygraph machine.  He then had the intention (in the form of a thought) to burn one of the plants leaves. 

Cleve Backster was doing this in the 60s. His experiments with yoghurt communications are fascinating, although kinda out-there for most!

The thing i find most intriguiging is that maybe it was the very intense thought it self could have triggered the polograph to give the odd results.

But this thoery arises the question as of "why criminals have a hard time to passing poloygraphs..." well it could be they didnt have enough conciousness(thought power) in the first place to find alternative ways to accomplishing the negative thing they are getting accused with.

I read Backster's book a few years ago. There are some interesting interviews of him online, such as this one: http://www.derrickjensen.org/backster.html.

Polygraphs are notoriously unreliable. Lots of interesting reading at http://antipolygraph.org/. The success rate is slightly above chance, and that seems to be mainly due to the examiner scaring the subject into confessing!  Do you know the (lying) basis on which a polygraph test is done? There's a 220-page PDF file at that site which explains all.

Like similar biofeedback devices, they show momentary stress in the subject, such as a reaction to a hot question. A real remorseless criminal will not have a stress reaction to what you think might be a hot question, like "Did you steal the unsecured wallet.dat file?" He may have a reaction to a question that violates *his* moral code, like "Did you fail to steal the wallet.dat files that you could have done?" if he feels bad about missing out on the opportunity. But polygraphs are not done on this basis, but on the basis as described in that PDF. Interesting subject.

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July 28, 2011, 09:48:37 AM
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I would love to host this video for educational purposes. And to who ever thinks that someone could get away with recording a one minute loop then sell it as praying for 10 hours must be chuck noris becuase i know praying or even meditating for even 3 hours straight gets very tiresome every minute passing so there would obviously be some authentic-ness too this looping video in order to work

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I can also print love/death wishes on paper repeatedly to exponentially increase the total amount of love/death in existence.  I can then put them up like Tibetan prayer flags and take a picture.

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July 29, 2011, 03:49:02 AM
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I would love to host this video for educational purposes. And to who ever thinks that someone could get away with recording a one minute loop then sell it as praying for 10 hours must be chuck noris becuase i know praying or even meditating for even 3 hours straight gets very tiresome every minute passing so there would obviously be some authentic-ness too this looping video in order to work

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I can also print love/death wishes on paper repeatedly to exponentially increase the total amount of love/death in existence.  I can then put them up like Tibetan prayer flags and take a picture.

I think prayer wheels would be better. Or you could make a zoetrope of you praying attached to the inside of a prayer wheel and watch someone pray as God reads - and sees - the prayer. You're bound to increase the virtuosness of the world this way.

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July 29, 2011, 07:55:59 AM
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By jove, man...this is brilliant! 



Concept model.

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July 29, 2011, 08:04:18 AM
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By jove, man...this is brilliant! 



Concept model.

Nice! People don't smile when they pray though. Not that kind of grin, anyway.

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July 29, 2011, 08:12:18 AM
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By jove, man...this is brilliant! 



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Nice! People don't smile when they pray though. Not that kind of grin, anyway.

I thought it makes me look especially trustworthy.

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July 29, 2011, 08:45:46 AM
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I thought it makes me look especially trustworthy.

That would depend on what it was I was trusting you to do. Not pray, thats for sure. Prey, maybe.  Grin

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July 29, 2011, 09:33:21 AM
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I thought it makes me look especially trustworthy.

That would depend on what it was I was trusting you to do. Not pray, thats for sure. Prey, maybe.  Grin

Not sure what you're talking about, bro.  This is so, so so, so...so so so ....SO...so legit.  So what'll it be?  5 for a buck?  2 for 10?  You look like a clever fellow who knows what he wants...

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July 29, 2011, 09:50:17 AM
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post an address and I'll send you 0.05 btc. Not for prayers though, but because your zoetrope made me nearly piss myself.

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July 29, 2011, 08:04:05 PM
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post an address and I'll send you 0.05 btc. Not for prayers though, but because your zoetrope made me nearly piss myself.

Your generosity is appreciated!

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