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What are the motives behind negativism a priori? There are several. First, there is the negativism of persons unconcerned with whether paranormal phenomena exist or not; scientific fact to them is only that which is already regarded as scientific fact. Academician Petr Kapitsa, on the other hand, does not divide phenomena into the possible or impossible; he prefers the discovered and undiscovered distinction. "It is enough to read the works of Newton and his contemporaries" (Kapitsa has written) ".

Freeman and Company, 1973). 19. W. A. Tiller, "Devices for Monitoring Nonphysical Energies," in Edgar D. Mitchell's Psychic Exploration, edited by John White (New York: G. P. Putnam, 1974). 3. The Possibility of a New Force in Nature REXFORD DANIELS In 1963, the scientific advisor to the president and acting Director of Telecommunications Management asked the Joint Technical Advisory Committee to look into the present use of the electromagnetic spectrum and make any recommendations needed for improvement and any possible new uses of the spectrum in the future.

As you can understand, it took quite a bit of courage, on the parts of certain members of the Task Force, to show an active interest in these phenomena, yet they persevered to the point where they determined that there should be a practical basis for further investigation. In this search, several patented instruments were discovered as well as experimental equipment not patentable. A group in Georgiaf obtained a patent on instrumentation both to transmit and receive this energy which they called eloptics from a combination of the words "electricity" and "optics" because the energy obeys some, but not all, of the laws of electricity and the laws of optics.

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