The Federation of American Scientists has proven itself unscientific and a minion of government disinformation. In the January 14th issue of their “Secrecy News”, Senior Research Analyst Steven Aftergood writes:
“INSIDE STAR GATE
The pursuit of “remote viewing” or clairvoyance as a tool for intelligence collection, often regarded as a minor embarrassment in the modern history of U.S. intelligence, is the subject of a new memoir by one of the participants in the effort.
The author, Paul H. Smith, is a retired Army intelligence officer and practitioner of remote viewing. He does not propose a theory, physical or metaphysical, to explain how the technique might work. But he insists that it does. Most if not all studies by non-believers appear to have found little substance to it.
Smith provides a fairly readable account of the development of the initiative, known as Star Gate and other code names, and its sponsorship as an unacknowledged “black” program by the Army Intelligence and Security Command and the Defense Intelligence Agency through its termination by the Central Intelligence Agency in 1995.
“Reading the Enemy’s Mind: Inside Star Gate: America’s Psychic Espionage Program” by Paul H. Smith, January 2005, is available
A summary account of Star Gate may be found here: http://www.fas.org/irp/program/collect/stargate.htm”
Aftergood’s claim that “Most if not all studies by non-believers appear to have found little substance to it.” is something one would expect from the “Amazingly Retarded Randy”, not a writer for a scientific organization and not a Senior Research Analyst. He fails to mention a single study to support his ridiculous claim.
The facts are well founded, remote viewing does work and there are more than enough valid scientific studies to prove it. Princeton’s Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Lab, Stanford Research Institute, the Rhine Institute and many other organizations have done scientific studies validating RV. Science isn’t about belief, it is not a religion requiring faith. It is about data. Data either supports something or it doesn’t – regardless of whether one believes in it or not.
Human evolution has been limited due to such unscientific claims by self-proclaimed scientists. The conspiracy of stupidity has gone on long enough. Voice your opposition to lies about RV.
Stephen Aftergood’s lies are made possible through generous grants from:
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
You may want to consider writing to the foundations to let them know that their money is supporting disinformation that will help restrict human evolution. Contacting the FAS board and other sponsors may also be helpful. A list of the board members can be found at: http://www.fas.org/static/board.jsp