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Through the Time Barrier: A Study of Precognition and Modern Physics
|Zohar, whose training is in physics, surveys the historical and contemporary evidence for precognition and examines whether it can make sense in terms of current physical models. In particular, she relates the implications of acausality in physics to that of precognition. Part I consists of four chapters dealing with the evidence for precognition. Part II contains three chapters on "Who has Precognition," and the last part consists of five theoretical chapters on physics and precognition. In the absence of repeatable precognition experiments, she concludes that there exists no hard and fast proof of precognition. However, twentieth-century physics has at least weakened the case against precognition, and physics may even help hypothesize how precognition could work, "but evidence that something is possible is still not evidence that it exists" (p. 165).|
|Publisher Information:||London: Heinemann, 1982. 178p. Bibliography: 168-172; 3 figures; 1 graph; 11 illustrations; Index: 173-178; 1 questionnaire; Suggested reading list: 172|
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