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Feb
13
comment How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
@nick-stauner: even if the probability is some very small number, can we be sure something like this does not exist in all of humanity?
Feb
13
comment What makes people easily subscribe to pseudoscientific theories?
@forbidden-overseer: some do help and work for people and there are gaps in science. There is an element of art to life that has real outcomes and can not always be organized in thought.
Feb
10
comment What is mindful focused self-awareness from a cognitive science perspective?
@nick-stauner: ok, trying to narrow down.
Feb
10
comment What is mindful focused self-awareness from a cognitive science perspective?
@steven-jeuris: ok, removed.
Feb
10
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Feb
9
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Feb
9
comment How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
@nick-stauner: In regards to Daryl Bem "Feeling the Future" this to me is a different claim.
Feb
9
asked What is mindful focused self-awareness from a cognitive science perspective?
Feb
9
comment How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Feb
9
comment How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
@nick-stauner: ok thanks I will take a look at that one. Also, if there are possibilities of individuals, what evidence proves they can't have an experience that breaks currently know physics. I am trying to look at both sides equally but there may be a gap somewhere...
Feb
9
accepted Is the price of higher intelligence and more complex behaviours more mental illness?
Feb
9
comment How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
@nick-stauner: Also, is it possible that it can be a real thing for one persons consciousness (a small percentage) and not available in anothers?
Feb
9
comment How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
@nick-stauner: thanks for the references, I will need to take a look at each of them in more detail. As for "The direct acknowledgement that biological science can't explain their results", is that really a deal breaker? Also, now how do I explain to myself these experiences that I have had myself?
Feb
9
comment Is it normal for men in long term relationships to want to have sexual relationships with other women?
wonder what types of answers you would get if you asked this question in the 60's and 70's (swingers).
Feb
9
comment What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
FYI -giving this bounty to @caseyr547 but will need to wait 23 hrs.
Feb
9
comment What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
wow that was very helpful, thank you. I threw a bounty on for 50 points for you, but can't award it to you until 23 hours.
Feb
9
accepted What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
Feb
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asked How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
Jan
28
comment What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
@caseyr547: I think I am asking about the disorder....although I thought as soon as it was experienced, it was a disorder in the person.
Jan
28
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