Dean Radin, a pioneer in consciousness and psi phenomena research, talks about his ongoing research interests in mind-matter interaction and sentiment analysis based on Twitter tweets. Radin believes that collective sentiment measures may be used to prospectively detect negative events, and discusses a study that tracks Twitter users' moods to predict upcoming negative events. He also discusses PSI phenomena like spoon bending, presentiment, and remote viewing, as well as the challenges of proving psychic phenomena to skeptics who demand 100% reliability. The conversation highlights that the nature of reality is likely stranger than we comprehend, and Radin shares his thoughts on the possibility of influencing time and gravity through psychic means, as well as the effectiveness of energy healing.
In this YouTube video, Dean Radin discusses various aspects of psychic phenomena and their scientific basis. He explains that psychic phenomena are not about energy imposition but rather a prompted internal effect caused by an informational change. Radin also delves into the possibility of brains mimicking entanglement, which could explain psychic phenomena like telepathy and precognition. He remains agnostic about the survival of consciousness and notes that governments and funding often hinder open discussions of these topics. Additionally, Radin talks about his interest in the ce5 phenomenon and shares the inspiring words of Joseph Campbell about following one's bliss and passion.