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    Not certain whether this belongs in science and/or philosophy but it has come to my attention with increasing frequency over the past few years.

    What do you know about Noetics from both a scientific perspective (open minded) and a spiritual perspective?

    I would be grateful if anyone could recommend some good reading matter that is not just dismissive or, on the other end of the scale, obsessively exclusive?

    I am at the moment very open minded but from what little I have seen so far, it is consistent with my own instincts/observations/intuition.
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    It sounds potentially interesting, at least as material for speculation - but I know virtually nothing about it. Are there any good online reference sources?
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    Not certain - the latest SciFi from Traci Harding is based on it and includes in the bibliography references to the work of journalist Lynne McTaggart. I want to read Lynne McTaggart's book and anything anyone else can recommend???

    What the Bleep and the scientists talking in it allude strongly to it.

    Lynne McTaggart's website:

    The Books | The Intention Experiment
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