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Mental Radio


Upton Sinclair is primarily known as the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Jungle, Oil, and Dragon's Teeth, anD as a fiery advocate of social ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.000

dry but good

by Sisyphus on Jul 8, 2010

It just confirms what I already knew, that humans can communicate mentally. I say dry because it is similar in a way to a book I read many years ago out of Duke University on psychokinesis . Both books bend over backward to show their not influencing the results which can be tedious at times. Nonetheless, if you are interested in telepathy this should interest you..


Great background information

by FionaB on Feb 18, 2010

From the early days of ESP research, when "telepathy" was a concept, not a popular term, this book documents the author's experiences with mental communication. For anyone familiar with Sinclair's cynicism, this book is a real jolt. However, if you're familiar with Sinclair's writing style, this book is a delight as well. The information is compelling, and the story is well-told by someone who, initially, had difficulty believing this himself. If you're looking for something scientific or modern, this probably isn't the best book for you. However, if you're interested in the history and development of ESP-related studies, this is a must-read.

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