Archived from the former firedocs blog. 16 April 2006
Groovy pic eh? April 16, 2006.
At left, in the shirt louder than New York, is physicist Dr. Edwin C. May, who is very conservative about psi and science (and not about much else). Then at right, looking suspiciously laid back (if not downright conservative... next to Ed!) is Stephan A. Schwartz, who by nature is as dynamic (particularly about psi) as Ed's shirt.
Dr. May's currently working on physiologically (cardio) measured pre-stimulus-response trials. This means, "The experiments where they demonstrate, by measuring your heart rate compared to random sounds, that precognition [read: being psychic about the future] exists."
Schwartz will be speaking at the upcoming IRVA Conference (ref: Remote Viewing) in early May.
(Thanks guys for letting me post the pic!)
(This adding real-time stuff like photos is complicating my posting on past-dates, isn't it! Well as long as I keep it straight enough that I don't post a picture on a date prior to its being taken, I think I'm safe...)