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Re: [socialnetwork-442] Visit to ESP Laboratory today (Sunday)!!!

From: FAN A.
Sent on: Sunday, April 1, 2007 11:24 AM
Sorry Raul.  Nancy is exactly right.  You appear to be wasting your time, if 
that was your purpose.  Next time give us more time.  If it is a legitimate 
event, we can post it on the calendar.  I believe I have a thread on the 
message board for that purpose.


Here is a story from the NY Times talking about the closing of the lab:

A Princeton Lab on ESP Plans to Close Its Doors

Published: February 10, 2007

PRINCETON, N.J., Feb. 6 �� Over almost three decades, a small laboratory at 
Princeton University managed to embarrass university administrators, outrage 
Nobel laureates, entice the support of philanthropists and make headlines 
around the world with its efforts to prove that thoughts can alter the 
course of events.

But at the end of the month, the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research 
laboratory, or PEAR, will close, not because of controversy but because, its 
founder says, it is time.


>From: Nancy <[address removed]>
>Reply-To: [address removed]
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: Re: [socialnetwork-442] Visit to ESP Laboratory today (Sunday)!!!
>Date: Sun,  1 Apr[masked]:09:35 -0400 (EDT)
>If this is the lab at Princeton, it's been closed for a while. guess your 
>telepathy meter is down.
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Raul
>   To: [address removed]
>   Sent: Sunday, April 01,[masked]:52 AM
>   Subject: [socialnetwork-442] Visit to ESP Laboratory today (Sunday)!!!
>   Hi,
>   Anyone interested in a Visit to ESP Laboratory today (Sunday)? I plan to 
>go there and see for myself the fun stuff!
>   This lab was founded by one of the foremost experts on Jet Propulsion, 
>Dr. Robert G. Jahn, the former dean of Princeton's engineering department 
>and an emeritus professor. He has ably nurtured the lab and shown admirable 
>   This lab has been famous for it's experiment on altering the outcomes of 
>coin-flipping through deep thought. Another area of research is 
>telekinesis, that is the ability for mind to mind communication.
>   Keith Jarrett, the jazz pianist and the philanthropist Laurance 
>Rockefeller were actively involved in the lab. Founder of the 
>McDonnell-Dougla­s Aerospace, Mr. James S. McDonnell generously funded the 
>lab. Noted developmental psychologist Brenda Dunne has managed the lab 
>since it's inception.
>   Sorry for the short notice!
>   Cheers,
>   -Raul :-)
>   P.S.: RSVP ASAP (telepathically) and the place and time to meet will be 
>conveyed (telepathically)!
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