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"colin doyle" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"I'm not far but moving stuff law and all this love molin games and stuff but yeah just get off just got connection with the club. Lodges thing will always have a on lost my taste and could good rapport questionnaire from solomon andrews coach for the club. He's asking. Did you sit on the coach. Who did you sit next to me. Mean next each other and then leonova on oil and these colin doyle could honestly. Ego sat on his ipod earphones and watch the ipod aspect. Which of issue of off sweets south donna. That was affordable miserable noves on coal and oil for a few your house. The footballing heroes paul. Who's your football in hero. When i was younger you stay hidden. Awesome is a one formula forward on full and show tick that is about old daughter with. Please i used to be watching god in Caused officer my eight to annoys went on in the sky. Sports pundit He's off in the hell of a lot of people. Forget he doesn't have a hell of a kid. And i really enjoyed watching hamas possession like we never brilliant plan. Yeah no no. I've seen of salt lake complete When when i lash the block ball. Not a win clock coupla weeks with a club and i just enjoy most of stopped going and watch some local games at failed austin led Failed games cleaning and so forth and Away from the mountain no is the best managerial playful in your whole career. The one the one uphill most from pro youngest good as well was called the stock. Golden coach is miss was unbelievable. Connie was another one is is is coaching was on me. And you're the game unsafe because last question is asked the law is the best. She walked undone under gordon strachan but the something from every as you got for instance as my management and organization. His tactics Was late gone off. At lee clock has has enthusiasm as as a passion. Dr taught valid teams. You betcha. Pack up from everyone the one about golden Yeah yeah yeah. Many highlights as well as the first home game sticks in my mind is welcome. I hung wofford unbeaten from israel and got no no win. Then you have to one. Yeah good night nicely. I was one of the best time. He's up east finished. The show is gone. Gone that man. It's been a pleasure. Paul might would give patients notes. So thank you hit case all martyrdoms ornaments and the legend as paul cutty skew very much. Thanks very much. Take care guys. Thank you oh..

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"colin doyle" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Our stories are based upon the character of Sherlock Holmes, created by Sir Alfred Colin Doyle. Sherlock Holmes is portrayed by John Stanley. Doctor Watson by Elfriede Shirley and the dramatizations are by Heat advisor. Business. Well, here we are about to enter Dr Watson's for major study. Hello? What's this? We find the good doctor hanging up his Christmas, holly, not getting a sprig of mistletoe. Mr Harris Hope springs eternal of the same. Here. Help me down from this chair, my own legs off that job. If they were in the days when I followed home through the dungeons and up the tower stairs of old pins Dagen carful area. Oh, thanks. That sounds suspiciously like the beginning of a Sherlock Holmes yarn. Dr. Watson, it is Mr Harris. It is homes. All those corner the adventure of the Christmas bride. It concerns a ghost. A lady in white, who was supposed to have disappeared centuries ago, the honor of a noble family and a certain father Christmas who's suddenly sang bass. And when I fix us, both of you, Tad Tory, suppose you tell our friends and listeners about a gift. Every man in our audience would welcome from Father Christmas Or as you Americans call him Santa Claus. With pleasure, Dr Watson and not only from Santa Claus, a thrifty man can give himself a worthwhile gift any time if he insists on Clipper craft. Or Clipper craft Close. Keep on giving for a long, long time. First of all, you've never seen.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"+881495 That's 807 +88 14 95. All right. He welcome back. Lots of planning going on. If you're not tuned into liquid lunch on his TV, you should be. But our numbers are going up there and along boys working hard every single day to make the Network, one of the biggest around growing all the time. And you watching liquid lunch on his TV and our friends are also following on Facebook and other places. We're trying to figure out how to go live on Tick tock. Those watching on if you don't know. Now, you know that on the commercials will live also behind the scenes me on the staff being exceptionally late today and other things. What? News of the bull? We're going to get into it right now. I have suburban ready here to kick off this segment and do I advice. My fridge is broke. So Mike had to do me a solid and walking extorted my mother's house. Get me a little bucket of ice in the 19 seventies style ice bucket has, but anyway, now, come on, Harris. Okay. I've been saying for a while. She's a vessel. She's the vessel that was chosen. To be filled up by the Clintonites and the Obama and the Obama Heights and the Clinton cartel. She's the vessel they have chosen her. She is the co sponsor of the green New Deal with Alexandria. Cortes. Okay, they're partners on the green new deal, which seeks to van Fossil fuels. Hi, Colin Doyle. Okay, All these things will be bent, which would mean we would not have planes, trains and automobiles. A great old John Candy book but a movie but That wouldn't be gone. So if you want to talk about a leftist Harris is way out there on that edge, Okay? And she came out and said that she spoke to Jacob Blake, the young man who got shot in Rochester. And here's his, You know. Nationally renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump and co counsel's released the following statement about Senator Kamala Harris visit today with the family of Senator Harrison inspirational and uplifting one hour visit with Jacob. The rest was cut off. But you went on to say that she's proud of him. Okay? And Meghan Kelly comes out of left field. I don't even know where she's at right now. We should take her on this and see what you've got These cool Youngs from, But she said proud of him. He's accused of breaking into a sleeping woman's house, sexually assaulting her humiliating her. And later returning to harass her. Then the cops she called for help say he resisted arrest, assaulted them and went for his nice knife. How about a word for his victim? Senator? Okay, so big move by Meghan Kelly. But think again, if you think about Joe Biden. He's probably going to be dead one way and the other by the inauguration day. If you look at the trail of bodies behind, you know the Clinton cartel if they have any say in it, I feel bad for Joe Biden. I pray for Joe Biden because he's got mental issues and they forced him out there because they kamala all lined up. God forbid they win this thing, so keep that in mind. Now the left is so slimy, so scummy, so don't okay that they're running ads, Okay, saying Put up the G F x 12 running ads. Okay, These left wing. Months. Okay? Guy says, you know, what do you say? Veteran left veteran calls out left for using his image for anti trump mean Where's the anti trump mean? I say that that was the jfx video, Okay? So this guy is being saying is saying that you know he doesn't like Donald Trump basically is a mim out there from the last saying this. Okay. Now this veteran Has taken a shot back. Take a look at the video. Okay. Can I get a day's rest? Is this election over with yet? Are we done lined people? You hear on the news all the time about people I fake news. That's why I'm here. Look that people start using me for your propaganda. Your agenda. I'm not here for that. But call me a loser. I didn't hear you call me a loser. So this has gotta stop. Stop using my image. Last news. Call me somebody. Let's give out their platform so people would know not to use me not to put a face to whatever this is the thing, he said. It's ridiculous Star. Let's move on from that part of all this. I haven't been drinking a lot on the show..

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"colin doyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Don't know of any accused priests that live at cardinal bay house anymore someone moved again this time to a retirement home in California that is more services for the elderly as for the rest of them I found just poor is on the wall he is yeah you're right there yes my can I stand in the middle of the Jesuit cemetery on a hillside about twenty minutes outside Spokane it's a patch of grass dotted by simple white marble headstones and a wall filled with earns James pool is buried here and he's surrounded by his Jesuit brothers I'm just gonna look here can sing a priest assignments here we go I pull out my phone to find our list of priests in our research Mike and I found ninety to accuse Jesuits who worked in the Oregon province John P. Leary who is he again former president of can saying a quick meal he's he's on our list Bernard F. make meal Colin Doyle Dominic Doyle here is not a good day Francis stuffy yeah it's interesting when you look you can see it on the list but then you start walking through the cemetery and they all sort of become they're all here the same yeah they're all here my can I figured out that fifty five of the nearly six hundred fifty Jesuits buried here were accused of sexual abuse that's eight percent thank you to spend all day here being like check check check after James pool was cents again zag he was assigned a job reserve for priests who get in serious trouble tending the cemetery this very cemetery and it's a lonely spot almost silent except around noon when you can hear.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on KCRW

"Is more services for the elderly as for the rest of them I found just poor is on the wall he is yeah you're right there yes my can I stand in the middle of the Jesuit cemetery on a hillside about twenty minutes outside Japan it's a patch of grass dotted by simple white marble headstones in a wall filled with earns James pool is buried here and he's surrounded by is just what brothers I'm just gonna look here can sing a priest assignments Erica I pull out my phone to find our list of priests in our research Mike and I found ninety to accuse Jesuits who worked in the Oregon province John P. Leary who is he again former president of can saying a McNeil he's he's on our list Bernard F. make meal Colin Doyle Dominic Doyle here is not a good day Francis stuffy yeah it's interesting when you look you can see it on the list but then you start walking through the cemetery and they all sort of become they're all here the same yeah they're all here my can I figured out that fifty five of the nearly six hundred fifty Jesuits buried here were accused of sexual abuse that's eight percent like you could spend all day here being like check check check after James pool was cents again zag he was assigned a job reserve for priests who get in serious trouble tending the cemetery this very cemetery and it's a lonely spot almost silent except around noon when.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Both hoping comfort. That will lead to any particular sections, though, we believe he's totally innocent of any cell. If an eight point lead at the top of the Scottish premiership this morning, thanks for dramatic win. Kill monarch, captain Scott. Brown's deflected ninetieth shot gave the champions of one victory goalkeeping Heller from Colin Doyle cost hearts as they lost. To wants a mother will be fumbled an injury-time free-kick into the net. So for the slips off the top of rugby league table, they suffered their first defeat of the season losing forty six fourteen homes elites, okay, I'll beat London Broncos twenty twelve. Thank you very much for that. Let's get back into the discussion around that the markets. Joining us now down the line is Rosh Patel. He's the ethics and global macro strategist garage. Welcome back to the program. We're to dive straight into this turbocharged rally were sitting across asset classes, improve the risk appetite hope that there is some kind of breakthrough in these negotiations is it too early to bring out the confetti in the champagne. But I think when we look at the broader liquidity environment full market currencies. I think things are moving in a constructive direction. So when we look at things for the taking if we take it back what we have this year is sort of a US economy turning cycle. It's going to head into coalition cools with ongoing US lexical risks. Not least when you've got transportable games. Combining with the twenty twenty election cycle kicking off later this year. And I really believe us an element of chocolates concession team, the dollar most the twenty nine hundred rendering it an inefficient investment vehicle. So that's a great backdrop in its own. EM risky assets. Especially when the dollar itself has limited upset, but the reality is that the global economic backdrop emerging markets is less less appealing slowing down in major economies lead. You know, the focus really on positive local stories, it's not going to be approved rally or not going to be abroad Riley, when it comes to EM FX, if we look at the dollar side of things then barrage, we we have the minutes from the Federal Reserve most recent meeting coming out later on this week. What are you going to be watching out for some folks are saying that perhaps we might see some sort of hawkish commentary on we might see the hawks to some extent pushing back against the dove in these minutes is that something that you'll be looking out for? I think about the much great hikes now, especially when we approach neutral somewhat cited subsidiary, I think the real his focusing on the balance sheet policy said that you know, we saw some comments from. Essentially governor Lael Brainard last week talking about essentially, ending the balance sheet tapering process of well earlier the markets are now. And she even some of this year. Now, we get those hints coming through. That's the thing that really will give sort of the what we've seen today sort of rally in risk some sort of hope that this could continue for twenty nine hundred. So as we have been talking about most currencies it's about relative balance sheet policy, not necessarily relative one of one of rate hikes, maybe left in this year's tightening cycle of Russia's speaker. Peter Maguire from XM Australia, and he was saying the dollar remains the best of an ugly bunch or the only decent house in the bad. Neighbor. Can you subscribe to that view? I think it's very difficult to make your case for a lot of major major sort of currencies right now you've got the year. So that the press the voice, quirks and fiscal rescued. The. Asian currencies subdued by. So this trade will risk. So they're very limited. Positive cases. But. Look at some emerging market currencies. Have had this year in particular civilization comes back. Check prior to in recent weeks. They've actually been doing quite well, so I think they're all. Best value and growth opportunities out there. Right now. All right, barrage, Patel Arkara ethics and global macro strategist, he's going to be staying with us up next. We'll talk more about the euro. And also the slow down in the euro-zone economy. How long will it be in?.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:25 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A N G E two seven nine six four five. Welcome back to coast to coast. We're back with Lloyd our back and your phone calls this hour, Lloyd. Let's talk about the brain for a second. How important how critical is the brain to what we've been talking about tonight. Well, when you're alive, it's pretty important for you. Yeah. Yeah. You know, it really depends on what consciousness is near. There are different even assuming that consciousness exist without the body or separates for separate from the body. Or after the death of the brain. There are some models of consciousness it suggests the brain helps form consciousness that it's an emergent property of the brain. So it'd be very well be very important. What is subconscious to you? Well, you know, we have the chatter that we here in our heads all the time. And then there's some. Processing that's going on underneath fast, and that's kind of the unconscious. That's what comes out north dreams as well. And it's part of us that we can certainly access. It's just that. It's kind of the automatic processes that are happening behind the scenes what we were talking about these paranormal television shows that are out there. Pretty good others. They seem to kind of force themselves. You know, when they go ghost hunting, for example, for them to have an exciting show. The gotta find a ghost. And I think sometimes they push it to the edge a little too far. Don't you? Well, they constantly do that. You know, the fact is while these are unscripted shows that they're billed as reality shows are unscripted, right? That does not mean that a director or producer is not telling them what what to say. And what to do? I mean, some of the sheets that I've been on even for small segments. Even for news pieces. They've asked me to shorten what I'm saying relented out and you walk through the door again. Can you do that again? So they're not representing what actually might happen. Number one. They're certainly not Reverend representing the phenomena properly, and certainly the methods that ghost hunters us on TV make no sense from a scientific perspective, especially that piece about sitting around in the dark. It doesn't reflect people's experiences. It doesn't relate to people's experiences. People don't see ghosts in the dark with rare exception. So it makes no sense whatsoever. Now where does ESP fall into this? Because you've studied that quite quite a bit. Well, you can't have a ghost experience without ESP. Goes without ESP, the whole process of getting information about what that goes looks like in sound like in smells like is all coming through through extrasensory perception, it's information flow. It's a psychic connection. So without ESP. You have no ghost ghost experiences whatsoever. Ghosts cannot see the world or can't experience a world without ESP because they don't have physical senses. So it's all important. And then, of course, move something that's cycle can ISA mind over matter. So those are the things that we study a beliving ESPN cycle can Isa's are extremely important with both ghost cases, the apparition cases. And even with haunting cases in which living people are psychic enough to pick up on what's been happening in the environment. Do you think it's conceivable that? In the in the foreseeable future. We're going to have some breakthroughs in the study of the afterlife. I'd like to think so we're seeing a few brave researchers especially in areas looking at consciousness. Who are considering not only our our at our evidence and research methods, and what we're what we are models and theories might be but are actually adding to them, and including them in some of their work that they're doing. So I think there is some collaboration on a small level with other scientists at may who was the program director of Stargate program program published a two volume set called extrasensory perception science skepticism. Science support skepticism and science gives me that was the subtitle. And he actually went out and got people from other fields would never take a look at the evidence somehow because he's good at doing this convinced them to look at the evidence and lo and behold, they got they found that there was something to it. Some really intriguing ideas that they were able to relate to their own fields of study, it came from all fields of science Lord word is remote viewing fit into. This remote viewing is very specific. Form of ES application of ESP of information flow where we're picking up information typically from a distance. That's the whole remote piece of it. If it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And once they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George, and Mr. Arbab, thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to to comment on it. But I I liked it. Tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival corn be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments on nuclear exhilarated or anything like that. But here's the story. I lost my father many years ago, and he passed away, and as Mr. Auerbach mentioned in a red researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely of this attention than than the long long after that sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night be entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any like, the the entire house lit up well turned around normal reaction, and as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing it'll looking out the window. Mccaren shines bright lights in which was impossible because the ground. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through your curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal explanation. And and there simply wasn't one. They slater. I've already told the people, but. So that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. But here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on it that I'm injured. I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me just rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experimental or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, and they somehow lit up the house or your just mentioned of bio photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a a bunch of I'll photons lit up you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as Colin Doyle. Told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? And here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about. Stunts things that had happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. The entire health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could beat the magnet. Yes. That we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house the entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And I it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survive up for the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and. And coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more pre cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition explains all of ESP. Not just just freak out nation. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name? Mike read our last name is spelled like Red Auerbach. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You talked to many Liam spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the dots knee or a first church of the world's medium. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up on Dacians until I churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a navy. It'll come on your show, and they appeared about this speech to one compared to precursors. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating a group. But if done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also very little for mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and I can't begrudge them making living because people have to make a living even preachers ministers. Get paid. And of course, televangelist get paid really well. So there Rb Deums that have gotten together with the forever family foundation has mediums listed on our website. They've gone through a third they've gone through certification process and to keep their certification. They must volunteer there. Time for this nonprofit organization, all volunteer organization. The mediums who work with with the wind bridge research center have gone through a very lengthy process to show that they can do their thing on the phone at a distance under incredibly controlled conditions, and they've all tear for research for scientific research, and they are giving back in that way. They do not charge for that sort of thing. What I would love to see frankly is every medium and psychic in the world, actually at least talking up support for the study of their abilities. But unfortunately, not all people who have these abilities are curious about them. We find that the ones who've come to win bridge, and to the forever family foundation are certainly very curious about their abilities. They have as much curiosity about the science behind it as anything else they wanted to know how they pick. Nonetheless, psychics are like that, unfortunately. So there's a performer psychology that's involved here to next up. Linda's in Illinois. Hi, linda. Go ahead. Hey, George, I wanna wish you and your.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Where does remote viewing fit into this? Remote unions have very specific. Form of the application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, and that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be on. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. Bob. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to comment on it. But. I want to tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of, you know, do experiments on nuclear celebrate or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in up read, psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely visitation than than long long after that should know within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any lights the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window seeing card shines bright lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine a light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window just trying to find some normal explanation. And there simply wasn't one days later, I've already told this people, but that that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me. Just to roll things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, you know, somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned bio photons somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up. You see each one of these silly. Okay. They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us, you know, his famous character Sherlock, Holmes eliminates the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. The ATar health lit up. Action. There were you could be the magnet. Yes. Yes. Well, it may be that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighten up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survived it after the body that this may be an individual proof piece for everyone. But they certainly are enough of those and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed the pre God mission explains all of the SP not just just recognition it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's? Is back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. St. you spell your name like Red Auerbach last name is spelled like red our back. My dad actually knew. Oh, wow. Wow. I I tell you that was one time really admired, listen. You've talked to many mediums spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here a shirt till the author dots medium or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together. Again, organiz set up foundations and churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a needle come on your show, and they appear about fifty to one compared to creatures. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating a group, but it's done. Absolutely nothing. For the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world is often very little for mediums psychics.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:16 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Science Lord, where does remote viewing fit into? This is a very specific form of ES or application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when I say looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George and Mr. bought thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a brief story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to to comment on it. But I'll tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival. Be rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear exhilarated or anything like that the story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely this attention than than long long after that. Sure. Enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up and. I I was up. I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window. Seeing mccaren shines bright lights, which was impossible because ground built that didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to find some normal explanation. And there simply wasn't one. So. Days later, I've only told this people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's time. Does. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me. Mhm roll things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some some experiment or something just at the right time. They somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned of bio photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as Colin Doyle told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. Our health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could be the magnet. Yes. Well. That we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think you? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house the entire house lighten up as the experience and experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survived the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think. They have a model that they've developed the pre cognition explains all of ESP. Not just just recognition it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name, Mike Red Auerbach last name is spelled like Red Auerbach? My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I'll tell you. That was one time really admired, listen. You talk to them and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A. Church of the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis. And if they were delivering a good product that that the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up on Dacians and do like churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a Nydia will come on your show, and they appear about this to one compared to creatures. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating group, but it's done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, I. Of all I want to say that the world is also very little for mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and and I can't regret to them making a living because people have.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Skepticism and science gives me that was the subtitle. And he actually went out and got people from other fields would never take a look at the evidence somehow because he's good at doing this convince them to look at the evidence and lo and behold, they got they found that there was something to it. It's a really intriguing ideas that they were able to relate to their own fields of study. And it came from all fields of science ward word is remote viewing fit into. This is a very specific form of ES or application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, and that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when I say looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow. Of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota, welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Hi, George, and Mr. arbox, thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just up outline for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is mister arbox to to comment on it. But I'll tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear accelerator or anything like that. I the story. I lost my father many years ago. He passed away. And as Mr. Auerbach mentioned in a red sock. It researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely than than the long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up, and I I was up by gotten up. Actually, I was going through the house to host Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window cards signed it's bright lights in which was impossible. Because that didn't they? I can't do that. And they can't sign the light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try and find some normal explanations and wasn't one. Days later. I've already told the people that thing tonight. You know, it's time. But here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on it that I'm injured. I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation and millions playing a trick on me. Just rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to you know. Do some experiment or something? Yeah. Just at the right time. They somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned of the vile photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to admit a bunch of photons little say. Each one of these silly. Okay. They're they're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us things character Sherlock Holmes when you the impossible. What's what must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about starts things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. Health lit up the connection there will you could beat the magnet. Yes. Maybe that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house the entire house lighten up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survive the death of the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those. And and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point. What do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition explains all of ESP not just Jesse cognitive it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Word is remote viewing fit into. This remote viewing is a very specific form of the application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And once they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow. Of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. Arbab. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. BOC to to comment on it. But I want to tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do. Experiments nuclear accelerator or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago, he he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in I've psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely of attention than than the long long after that we sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night being car health lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction and as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing know looking out the window. Shined bright lights which was impossible because. They can't do that. And they can't shine a light curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal explanations. And. And there simply wasn't one days later. People. But that thing. Tonight. You know, it's big-time. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I'm injured. I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. You know aliens playing a trick on me. Rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time somehow lit up the house, or your guess mentioned of bio photons, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to commit a bunch of photons lit up. You say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Coldest famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're limit the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. The entire health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could beat the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience has an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And I it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survive the death of the body that this may be an individual proof peace forever. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed that pre cognition explains all of you not just just free cognizant that actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, Chicago dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name like Red Auerbach last name felt like Red Auerbach? My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I'll tell you. That was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together again organized set up foundations and churches, do they'll have schools all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a Nydia will come on your show, and they appear about this to one compared to yours. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually looking into and investigating a group, but it's done. Absolutely nothing. For the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done that's very little for mediums or psychics.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Be rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear accelerator or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago, and he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely than the long long after that. Within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any light the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window seeing car shined bright lights, which was impossible because the ground. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through your curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal explanation. And and there simply wasn't one. Days later. People. But. Tonight. Big time. But here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And and this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I looked at every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me. Just to rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some some experimental or something. Yeah. Just at the right time. They somehow lit up the house, or your guests mentioned a bio photons somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons. Have you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Coldest his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. Entire health lit up. You see the connection there were you could be the magnet. Yes. Well. Maybe that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this..

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"colin doyle" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on WLAC

"Right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. arbox. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a brief story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll I'll tell you what it is mister arbox to comment on it. But I I like to tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear celebrate or anything like that. Is the story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in and read psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away, whether there is more likely of this attention than than the long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night being car house lit up, and I I was up I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch. Ted Koppel's Nightline, we'll before even turn on any of the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window. Karn shined lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through your curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal explanations. And simply wasn't one. Days later. I've already told this you people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. Gus. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And and this is this is the the take on that. I'm injured. I I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. Anglians playing a trick on me. Mhm rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, and on somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned of bio photons, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up. Say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Now, here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that had happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night the entire health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could beat the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition north. There's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience with put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survived the body that this may be an individual proof keys for everyone. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition explains all of ESP. Not just just freak nation. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, Chicago dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd spell. Spell your name like Red Auerbach last name felt like red our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many Riems spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the dots medium or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up foundations and churches, do they'll have several schools all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a navien come on your show, and they appear about this speech to one compared to creek yours. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating a group that has done absolutely nothing for the world. Well,.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

08:32 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And once they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. Bob. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. ibox to comment on it. But like tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival. Rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments on nuclear celebrate or anything like that. But I the story I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in up read, psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely attention than than long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any lights the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction and as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window. Car shined bright lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine a light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to trying to find some normal explanation. And and there's simply wasn't one. So. I've already told you people, but that that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on it. But I'm injured. I I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. You know aliens playing tricks on me? Just to rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, you know, somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned, a vile photons, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us his character. Sherlock, Holmes eliminates the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that had happened to him going up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. Your health lit up. There were you could be the magnet. Yes. Yes. Well, it may be that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think she's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't speak. Don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survived it after the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more precondition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition mission explains all of ESP. Not just just recognition it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name like Red Auerbach last name is spelled like, right? Our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many medium spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A sure the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together again organiz setup Dacians and do like churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a navien come on your show, and they appeared about fifty to one compared to creek yours. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that is actually I mean looking into and investigating group that has done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done. That's very little for mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and I can't begrudge them making a living because people have to make a living even preachers ministers. Get paid. And of course, televangelist get paid. Really? Well. So there are beatings that have gotten together with the forever family foundation has mediums listed on our website. They've gone through a thirty day gone through certification process and to keep their certification. They must volunteer. Their time. Time for this nonprofit organization, all volunteer organization. The mediums who work with the with the wind bridge research center have gone through a very lengthy process to.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Lord word is remote viewing fit into this. Remote unions have very specific form of ES or application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, and that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when I say looked at it's not just visual information that can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow. Of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Hi, George, and Mr. Arbab, thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to comment on it. But I I like to tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival. Be rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of experiments nuclear accelerator or anything like that. But here's the story. I lost my father many years ago he passed away. And as Mr. mentioned and end up I've read psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away, there is more likely a visitation then long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up. And I I was up I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window a senior card shined bright lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine a light through your curtains. Well, I've started looking around every window to trying to find some normal explanation. And and there simply wasn't one. So. So they Slater. I've already told this people, but. That tonight. You know, it's time. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on it that I'm injured. I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me just to rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, and on somehow lit up the house, or your guests mentioned a bio photon, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up. Each one of these silly, okay? They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasional late at night. Our health lit up. Action. There were you could be the magnet. Yes. Well, it maybe that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think she went on we him? Well, you know, I I wanna say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition north. There's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighten up as the experience has an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience with put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survived after the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everyone. Money, but they certainly are enough of those and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point. Loyd. What do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more precondition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition explains all of ESP. Not just Jesse cognitive it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having me on Lloyd you spell your name like Red Auerbach. The last name is spelled like, right? Our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Mhm? Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the author dots mediums or.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Of science, Lord, where does remote viewing fit into this? Remote unions have very specific form of the application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, and that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow. Of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota, welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Hi, George, and Mr. Arbab, thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to to comment on it. But I'll tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival. Be rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you know. Could do experiments nuclear celebrate or anything like that the story. I lost my father many years ago, he he passed away and as Mr. mentioned in a red sock. Researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there there is more likely than than long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up and. I I was up. I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any light the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window seeing a car giants which was impossible because. That didn't defect can't do that. And they can't shine a light curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal explanations and end the separately. Wasn't one. So. Days later, I've always told people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. Gus. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I I had studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on it that I'm injured. I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me. Just to rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, you know, somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned of bio photons, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up. You say. Each one of these silly, okay? They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. The health lit up. Action. There were you could beat the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience with put it that way. And I it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survive it for the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think. We are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more precondition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed that regard mission explained all of ESPN is not just just free cognizant it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name, Mike Red Auerbach last name is spelled like? Right. Our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's medium. They they all operate on an individual basis. And if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together again organized set up on Asian, and you like churches, do they'll have several schools all kinds of things that helps -ociety, but every time I hear a needy. It'll come on your show, and they appeared about fifty to one compared to creek years. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into an investigator group, but it's done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, I. Of all I want to say that the world has also done. That's very little for mediums.

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"colin doyle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"colin doyle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Fields of science, Lord, where does remote viewing fit into this? For me is very specific form of the application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, and that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at him and say look at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota, welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Hi, George, and Mr. Arbab, thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox too. To comment on it. But I'll tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear celebrate or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes where there is more likely visitation than than long long after that within within a couple of days, and it was late at night, the entire house lit up, and I I was up I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window seeing card shined which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't. Curtains. Well, I started looking around every window just trying to find some normal explanation. And and there simply wasn't one. Days few people. But that thing. Tonight. You know, it's big-time. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. You know aliens playing a trick on me. Just roll roll things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experimental or something. Yeah. Just at the right time. They somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned of bio photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons past. Each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Coldest famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're the impossible. What's with must be the truth? And here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night the entire health lit up. So you see the connection there? You could be. Yes. Yes. Well, it's not that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house the entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And I it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survived for the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us, we aren't this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more precondition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think. They have a model that they've developed the precondition explained all of USB not just just reduction. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name? Mike Red Auerbach. The last name is spelled like red our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the author dot mediums or a I. Church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together. Dan, organize up on Dacians and churches do bail hospitals schools, all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a Nydia come on your show, and they appeared about this to one compared to precursors. They're talking about having somebody haul them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that is actually I mean looking into and investigating a group, but it's done. Absolutely nothing. Well, first of all I want to say that the world is often very little for.

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