Interview Pending: Got Any Questions for Russell Targ?

reality of espThe next episode of the DisinfoCast will feature “remote viewing” researcher and physicist Russell Targ.

We’ll be discussing his book The Reality of ESP, among other matters. If our Disinfonauts have any questions for Targ then I’d be happy to pose as many as I can to him. Leave your questions in the comments section below. Disclaimer: I can’t guarantee I’ll be able to use all of your questions.

15 Comments on "Interview Pending: Got Any Questions for Russell Targ?"

  1. Ted Heistman | May 21, 2013 at 10:59 am |

    How many fingers am I holding up?

  2. Archie Dux | May 21, 2013 at 11:20 am |

    I have a hard time reading other people’s minds because I can’t get the nonstop prattle in my own head to shut the hell up. Any advice for going completely quiet on the inside?

  3. Ted Heistman | May 21, 2013 at 12:06 pm |

    In all seriousness I would like to draw a sketch on a piece of paper and write the date on it specifically for this podcast and have him remote view what it is.

    • Ted Heistman | May 21, 2013 at 12:23 pm |

      OK I did it I made a sketch in my notebook and Wrote ” for remote viewing podcast 5/21″ at the top with a sketch underneath.

  4. Where does Bigfoot live? When is Jesus coming back? When will the world end? Who really killed Kennedy? Next week’s lottery numbers? Are there really aliens among us, and if so, what’s with this probing business?

  5. Thad McKraken | May 21, 2013 at 12:48 pm |

    Ask him about some of the weird fringe shit. One of the most fascinating things about remote viewing, and why people seem to hate it so much, is that when people remote viewed say, the civil war, they ended up seeing souls flying out of bodies and what not. Oh, and grey aliens. Ask him about that.

  6. Ask him to speculate about why scheduling sessions around 13:00 sidereal time increases the accuracy of receiving target data.

  7. I’d like to know what he has to say about people who dismiss him as a con artist. Also why should others believe he is anything other than a con, besides the Government funding, and degrees.

  8. kowalityjesus | May 22, 2013 at 5:12 am |

    Why don’t you remote view the earth’s mantle? It seems like if you were going to end up a random place on earth, that would be the most common outcome. Is the presence of human spirit among the most important elements of ascertaining a remote situation?

  9. I would like to know if he has a specific way he keeps track of correct remote viewings.

  10. VoiceOfSanity | May 22, 2013 at 10:00 am |

    Will we ever see an animated recreation showing the process? Perhaps similar o cellular biology animations series XVIVO generated for Harvard?

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