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Soviet Scientist Says Ocean Site May Be Atlantis (1978)

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« on: October 22, 2008, 10:10:40 pm »

THE ACADEMICIAN PRETROVSKY PHOTOGRAPHS                                       continued



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Murry Hope




The fact that such a recognized authority as Dr. Maurice Ewing has failed to find any evidence of a sunken civilization in the Atlantic, whereas the Soviet ship, purportedly
on a scientific mission, in no way concerned with the Atlantis  project, should come upon such exciting evidence as though by accident, has always proved a thorn in the
side of both sceptics and believers.

There is an answer, however,which has been supplied to us by Parapsychology.It is called the "Experiment Effect", which maintains that the experimenter or researcher who believes in something is more likely to find evidence to support that belief than
the skeptic, whose searches are orientated towards disproving the proposition or theory in question.  In other words, the human mind erects its own barriers, albeit subconsciously, and stays well within their area of reference.  This, in turn, sets up a quality of PK (Psychokinetic Energy) that automatically blocks people from finding evidence to prove what they do not believe in, either by veering them in the wrong direction, or causing their experiments to produce the answers THEY WANT.  Likewise with people who believe a particular theory to be true, whose PK will tend to point them in the direction of the evidence for which they are seeking.  Einstein probably observed this principle in action, during his many years as a physicist, which, no doubt, prompted his famous comment that I quoted earlier in this chapter:

Einstein was once asked "How are discoveries made?", to which he replied:

"WHEN ALL THE SCIENTISTS PRESENT HAVE AGREED THAT SOMETHING IS IMPOSSI-
BLE, ONE ARRIVES LATE FOR THEIR MEETING AND SOLVES THE IMPOSSIBLE."

The inference is that the majority of people, and that includes scientists, are conditioned [I prefer the term "programmed"] by the collective, and it takes a brave
man or woman to break from that group-thinking or, as Jung would say, individuate.

Another famous saying of Einstein's was IMAGINATION IS GREATER THAN KNOWLEDGE", which brings us back full circle to Atlantis.
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