A Tale of Two ESP Practitioners | Daqing Piao

In the September 2021 issue of Journal of Scientific Exploration, Shen et al. reported “Laboratory Investigations of Extrasensory Identification of Concealed 5-Character Codes by a Presumably Gifted Teenager”. This Discussion hours introduce the details as well as some background information relevant to the laboratory investigations reported in that publication.

This Discussion hour also brings up the materials in a book “A World in a Grain of Sand: The Clairvoyance of Stefan Ossowiecki” that documented demonstrations of similar but broader spectrum extrasensory faculty conducted on a Polish engineer spanning many years before the World War II. Attending to the similarities of the conspicuous consciousness states of the two gifted subjects of nearly a century apart may help reveal the condition with which the described extrasensory faculty could have been associated.

Daqing Piao is Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. His primary research interest is to apply light-tissue interaction principles for identifying and modulating tissue property. His interest on psi is to model psi as a mind-mater-modulation process to develop quantitative understanding pertinent to neurophysiological correlation of psi.

Daqing Piao has contributed to the afore-referred publication of Shen et al, by helping revise the manuscript in English and the analysis of results.

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Published on January 13, 2022