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Re: UK Mod Remote Viewing Study News Feature -

From: Stuart Miller <stuart.4.nul>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:41:59 +0000
Fwd Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 07:17:53 -0500
Subject: Re: UK Mod Remote Viewing Study News Feature -


>From: Chris Parr <ChrsP875.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 19:42:00 EST
>Subject: Re: UK Mod Remote Viewing Study News Feature

>>From: Nick Pope <nick.nul>
>>To: UFO UpDates <ufoupdates.nul>
>>Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2007 14:07:48 -0000
>>Subject: UK MoD Remote Viewing Study  News Feature

Chris,

>>BBC2`s prestigious Newsnight ran a feature on the MoD's remote
>>viewing study on Friday night

>Newsnight has manifested into the Oprah Winfrey Show. Your
>feature was interesting, but Newsnight is a shadow of its former
>self.

>Jeremy Paxman is embarrassed with the total folly of news topics
>and current format on the programme. I really expect him to quit
>in mid interview in the near future and rid himself of the sheer
>frustration that has taken the clout of a once serious news
>programme.

>A scientific venture by the British govt with a funding of
>=A318,000 is not exactly an operation based on conviction. Going
>back to the BBC, these corporate muppets pay unfunny and
>untalented Jonathan Ross more than =A318,000 a day, based on his
>annual salary for ripping off the Letterman format. Yet his
>marvellously sculptured wife 'did' actually write a book about
>the X-Files, so I can just sneak in here as topical.

The combination of irrelevant observations about the BBC's
flagship political programme, a rant about the pay of one of its
presenters, and an ill concealed lustful reference to the
mammarian delights of his wife should not prevent you from
congratulating the MoD for its bravery and courage in belatedly
stepping off the metaphysical diving board, unaware exactly of
the nature of the substance they might find themselves falling
into. For an organisation profoundly paranoid of both public
ridicule and public hysteria, this was a most courageous act.
The fact that the remote viewing effort was at least 15 years
too late and a farce is neither here nor there.

>Can any Remote viewing revelations give me an insight on the
>chances of 'Hard Spun' winning the 2007 Kentucky Derby?  I am on
>at 12/1 since early January, so no UFO mutilations near those
>stables please.

Far be it for me Chris to offer judgemental advice about the
evils of gambling or how you choose to spend your money... but,
mark my words; no good will come of it and any winnings are but
the ill gotten gains of the sinful and the misguided.


Stuart




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