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There are a number of games available at this point which use a consumer-grade EEG machine to read brainwaves and control the action. In order for you to play these games, your thoughts must either control or be your brainwaves and must affect some matter external to the body -- specifically the EEG sensors. Strictly speaking there's no reason that ...


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The OP asks these questions regarding "noetic sciences": Is this actually true? What is the veracity of this claim? Is there actually any proof behind this? Dean Radin, from The Institute of Noetic Studies, provides a select bibliography citing "peer-reviewed journal articles about psi (psychic) phenomena". The topics include "Mind-Matter Interactions" ...


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Thoughts consist of nerve impulses, and they most certainly can and do interact with matter- at least in the sense that nerve impulses can cause muscles to contract in the human body. But the context in which sensational claims are made for this (telekinesis, remote viewing, etc.) is something very different. Claims that the mind can directly move or ...


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