Psi, extrasensory perception, psychokinesis, remote viewing, presentiment - these are terms used by parapsychologists for mysterious, anomalous human abilities that still have no accepted scientific explanation. Lacking a solid theory of psi that accords with the vast body of accumulated knowledge gathered over centuries, psi research remains a kind of fringe science - not a pseudo-science, but one that remains incomplete. Decades of increasingly sophisticated research prove that psi phenomena are real. But can they be tamed? Precognition is knowledge of what seems the unknowable future. Yet it's frustratingly intermittent - so can it ever be used like smart phones, computers, antibiotics, automotive engineering? Might thousands of remote viewers coordinate to warn us of impending disasters? Or a favorite question: Can psi be used to win lotteries? And if not, why not? Damien Broderick, PhD, has explored these questions in three previous books. Now he shows how an almost forgotten method for using psi might be the ideal tool in the age of computer apps and massively multiplayer online games. Searching through nearly a century of research, Broderick teases out a method for building a technology of psi. For putting psi to work.
Used availability for Damien Broderick's Knowing The Unknowable: Putting Psi to Work
August 2015 : USA Paperback