Remote Viewers Predict the End of the World? (Video)

54 Comments on "Remote Viewers Predict the End of the World? (Video)"

  1. Anonymous | Nov 13, 2011 at 6:16 am |

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  3. is this part of the 11,11,11 thing?

  4. is this part of the 11,11,11 thing?

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  6. You know, this thing was made in 2004….

  7. You know, this thing was made in 2004….

  8. Tinytemper | Nov 13, 2011 at 3:38 pm |

    Fortunately, time travel is impossible, so anyone claiming to predict the future via remote viewing or any other method… is full of it.

  9. Tinytemper | Nov 13, 2011 at 11:38 am |

    Fortunately, time travel is impossible, so anyone claiming to predict the future via remote viewing or any other method… is full of it.

    • How do you know it is impossible?  lol the govt told you?

      • Monkey See Monkey Do | Nov 13, 2011 at 5:16 pm |

        The Chinese governrnment doesn’t want people even talking about it. If you could time travel you’d probably just end up in one of many possible futures (or histories). If you put stock in multi-dimensional theories.

        • Ah but is it really time travel if you end up in an alternate historical (or futuristic) universe?

          • Monkey See Monkey Do | Nov 16, 2011 at 12:27 am |

            Yes true. I’ve always been skeptical about time travel into the future because it implies that everything is already written and that we’re just going through the motions. (absence of free will)

    • Deep7heaven | Nov 13, 2011 at 11:01 pm |

      I’ve experienced a time travel event

    • foward time travel has actually been proven to be possibe (in a very small way) It’s all got to do with speed. Backwards time travel is alot different in that (so far) it is physically and theoretically impossible.

      Man I wish I had a liitle blue 1950s police box to travel through time and space with.

  10. But wait! There’s more! Call within the next five minutes for a free 20% extra bullshit at absolutely no extra cost!!

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  13. He’s out to warn us all, for $80 on amazon… BTW remote viewing is seeing whats going one elsewhere, like big-brother, not this pseudo-Nostradamus crap.

  14. He’s out to warn us all, for $80 on amazon… BTW remote viewing is seeing whats going one elsewhere, like big-brother, not this pseudo-Nostradamus crap.

  15. looks interesting!

  16. looks interesting!

  17. I’ve heard so many “end-of-the-world” warnings that I’ve given up on them.

    If it’s going to happen, then it’s going to happen. Nothing I can do will prevent it, nor make life after such an event worth living.

  18. I’ve heard so many “end-of-the-world” warnings that I’ve given up on them.

    If it’s going to happen, then it’s going to happen. Nothing I can do will prevent it, nor make life after such an event worth living.

  19. How do you know it is impossible?  lol the govt told you?

  20. dimitri your face | Nov 13, 2011 at 5:42 pm |

    They didn’t smoalk moar

  21. dimitri your face | Nov 13, 2011 at 1:42 pm |

    They didn’t smoalk moar

  22. ZombieSlapper | Nov 13, 2011 at 7:21 pm |

    I’ve been a fan of Coast to Coast AM for over a decade. They LOVE having the remote viewers on. Not one of their predictions has ever come to pass. Except for maybe when they predicted they’d make a shitload of money off the morons who eat this kinda shit up.

  23. I’ve been a fan of Coast to Coast AM for over a decade. They LOVE having the remote viewers on. Not one of their predictions has ever come to pass. Except for maybe when they predicted they’d make a shitload of money off the morons who eat this kinda shit up.

  24. Monkey See Monkey Do | Nov 13, 2011 at 9:16 pm |

    The Chinese governrnment doesn’t want people even talking about it. If you could time travel you’d probably just end up in one of many possible futures (or histories). If you put stock in multi-dimensional theories.

  25. NarwhalNecropsy | Nov 13, 2011 at 9:48 pm |

    They should have got Billy Mays. At least it would seem more believable.

  26. NarwhalNecropsy | Nov 13, 2011 at 5:48 pm |

    They should have got Billy Mays. At least it would seem more believable.

  27. Anonymous | Nov 14, 2011 at 12:06 am |

    Ed Dames has been spewing BS for many years. He has made various predictions that never came true, including one that said the space shuttle Atlantis would be forced to make an early return to Earth on its last voyage, due to a meteor storm.

  28. BrianApocalypse | Nov 13, 2011 at 8:06 pm |

    Ed Dames has been spewing BS for many years. He has made various predictions that never came true, including one that said the space shuttle Atlantis would be forced to make an early return to Earth on its last voyage, due to a meteor storm.

  29. Anonymous | Nov 14, 2011 at 1:09 am |

    I tried remote viewing the future and all I could see was black. Given the orbit of the Earth around the sun, I am a genius wizard.

  30. dumbsaint | Nov 13, 2011 at 9:09 pm |

    I tried remote viewing the future and all I could see was black. Given the orbit of the Earth around the sun, I am a genius wizard.

  31. Dames has been pushing his remote viewing kits on the Art Bell Show since back in the 80’s.  Every now and then he predicts a major disaster and then has to shut up for a few years after it doesn’t happen.  Well, he’s back again folks, and the DVD is free–for $6.95

  32. Dames has been pushing his remote viewing kits on the Art Bell Show since back in the 80’s.  Every now and then he predicts a major disaster and then has to shut up for a few years after it doesn’t happen.  Well, he’s back again folks, and the DVD is free–for $6.95

  33. remote viewing is not looking into the future, it is seeing things in the present by astral travel from another location. DUH! 

  34. remote viewing is not looking into the future, it is seeing things in the present by astral travel from another location. DUH! 

  35. Deep7heaven | Nov 14, 2011 at 3:01 am |

    I’ve experienced a time travel event

  36. spadeenthusiast | Nov 14, 2011 at 10:35 am |

    Look.  If you’re going to post an infomercial schilling an information product that will help us save ourselves, then you should shade it grey and call it a sponsored link.  Even digg has the courtesy to do that, and we all know how much digg sucks.

  37. spadeenthusiast | Nov 14, 2011 at 6:35 am |

    Look.  If you’re going to post an infomercial schilling an information product that will help us save ourselves, then you should shade it grey and call it a sponsored link.  Even digg has the courtesy to do that, and we all know how much digg sucks.

  38. I predict the end of remote viewers in 2013.

  39. I predict the end of remote viewers in 2013.

  40. Ricky Jazzercise | Nov 14, 2011 at 8:37 pm |

    Remote viewing is some fairly fascinating stuff which demonstrates the reality of Jung’s proposed “collective unconscious”. That being said, shit’s only like 10% effective. Now, before you scoff, it honestly should be 0% and that 10% is beyond statistically significant. It’s incredibly easy to see why, but no one ever explains it properly. You take a number and attach a meaning or target to that number. Someone else goes into a light trance and tries to gather information on the meaning you attached to that random number. It’s been shown that they can pick up on this like 10% of the time. See what I mean, should be zero.

    Still don’t get it? Well, how exactly did someone pick up on a meaning that someone else attached to a random number? Yeah, that would be “impossible” if you’re going by our current understanding of human psychology and the universe. They’re not picking up on the number, but somehow the meaning that one individual has assigned to it. They’ve demonstrated that this can happen even when the people creating the targets are in other states, in other countries, and in no way have any contact with one another. They’ve replicated it where the targets are chosen in the future. That’s right, one person picks the meaning of the target days after the session was even conducted, and people still demonstrate that they somehow knew what that meaning was. Again, the implications are astounding. In short, it could be considered the greatest discovery of our times. Buuuuuuuut, it’s not that effective in it’s current incarnation, so passing off any data gathered as being probable is insanely irresponsible. There’s a 10% chance that will happen.

    We put zero research dollars into this stuff for a couple of reasons. One, it goes against our current understanding of reality (we used to think the Earth was flat remember) and because of this has met nothing but ridicule and misunderstanding from the mainstream scientific community (not to mention the media) from the jump. Good luck getting any study regarding psi-phenomenon approved at any major academic university. I wanted to study this kind of thing in school and was basically told: “you can’t, because it’s nonsense, nothing to see here.” Seem kind of fishy to you? Doesn’t matter what results you get, they’ll just call you a pseudo-scientist and not even look at it.

    Two, no one has figured out how to make money with it exactly, due to it’s unreliability. A few groups have tried to use it to manipulate the stock market and have had early success, just to have that success wane on later attempts. The only ones that have managed to make a real living, such as Mr. Dames use it as a fear mongering tool or high priced new-age flavor of the month. Yeah, that’ll make money. Kind of explains why the classes and materials are so pricey too, although I’ve noticed that some libraries carry them.

    So, to sum up, our philosophy regarding this kind of thing is basically, yeah, well, it’s hard, so you know, let’s just pretend it doesn’t exist rather than you know, trying to figure it out. That would take a lot of effort.  

  41. Ricky Jazzercise | Nov 14, 2011 at 4:37 pm |

    Remote viewing is some fairly fascinating stuff which demonstrates the reality of Jung’s proposed “collective unconscious”. That being said, shit’s only like 10% effective. Now, before you scoff, it honestly should be 0% and that 10% is beyond statistically significant. It’s incredibly easy to see why, but no one ever explains it properly. You take a number and attach a meaning or target to that number. Someone else goes into a light trance and tries to gather information on the meaning you attached to that random number. It’s been shown that they can pick up on this like 10% of the time. See what I mean, should be zero.

    Still don’t get it? Well, how exactly did someone pick up on a meaning that someone else attached to a random number? Yeah, that would be “impossible” if you’re going by our current understanding of human psychology and the universe. They’re not picking up on the number, but somehow the meaning that one individual has assigned to it. They’ve demonstrated that this can happen even when the people creating the targets are in other states, in other countries, and in no way have any contact with one another. They’ve replicated it where the targets are chosen in the future. That’s right, one person picks the meaning of the target days after the session was even conducted, and people still demonstrate that they somehow knew what that meaning was. Again, the implications are astounding. In short, it could be considered the greatest discovery of our times. Buuuuuuuut, it’s not that effective in it’s current incarnation, so passing off any data gathered as being probable is insanely irresponsible. There’s a 10% chance that will happen.

    We put zero research dollars into this stuff for a couple of reasons. One, it goes against our current understanding of reality (we used to think the Earth was flat remember) and because of this has met nothing but ridicule and misunderstanding from the mainstream scientific community (not to mention the media) from the jump. Good luck getting any study regarding psi-phenomenon approved at any major academic university. I wanted to study this kind of thing in school and was basically told: “you can’t, because it’s nonsense, nothing to see here.” Seem kind of fishy to you? Doesn’t matter what results you get, they’ll just call you a pseudo-scientist and not even look at it.

    Two, no one has figured out how to make money with it exactly, due to it’s unreliability. A few groups have tried to use it to manipulate the stock market and have had early success, just to have that success wane on later attempts. The only ones that have managed to make a real living, such as Mr. Dames use it as a fear mongering tool or high priced new-age flavor of the month. Yeah, that’ll make money. Kind of explains why the classes and materials are so pricey too, although I’ve noticed that some libraries carry them.

    So, to sum up, our philosophy regarding this kind of thing is basically, yeah, well, it’s hard, so you know, let’s just pretend it doesn’t exist rather than you know, trying to figure it out. That would take a lot of effort.  

  42. Anonymous | Nov 15, 2011 at 1:47 pm |

    Does Bruce Willis play the protagonist in this movie? I hope so.

  43. Does Bruce Willis play the protagonist in this movie? I hope so.

  44. Anonymous | Nov 15, 2011 at 1:52 pm |

    Ah but is it really time travel if you end up in an alternate historical (or futuristic) universe?

  45. Anonymous | Nov 15, 2011 at 1:55 pm |

    foward time travel has actually been proven to be possibe (in a very small way) It’s all got to do with speed. Backwards time travel is alot different in that (so far) it is physically and theoretically impossible.

    Man I wish I had a liitle blue 1950s police box to travel through time and space with.

  46. Monkey See Monkey Do | Nov 16, 2011 at 4:27 am |

    Yes true. I’ve always been skeptical about time travel into the future because it implies that everything is already written and that we’re just going through the motions. (absence of free will)

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