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A Letter About Thought Transference

Jan Olof Jonson
Year: 2009
At the NPA 2006 Tulsa conference, this author proposed a physical explanation for the disputed phenomenon "thought transference". Reference was made to experiments performed in a university laboratory in 1943, according to which texts were successfully transferred to an illiterate person, who was able to recite the texts being read in another room, kept isolated from that of hers. In the present paper reference is made to two articles in a leading daily, which describe industrial applications of thought transference, though not in the startling fashion as that in the preceding paper. In the first case a disabled person was controlling a computer mouse at a distance. In another case a disabled person was controlling his wheelchair using his mere thoughts. This indicates the beginning of a process, optimally leading to the establishment of the physical domain of thought transference.