Ok so Ingo Swan and every single person who was involved in the governments Remote Viewing program are all liars and scammers?
I find that really hard to believe.
For one thing they would not have even began the project if there was not something there and I have yet to hear from anyone who was involved who has said that there were no positive results.
Once again EVERYONE has had a moment of intuition, felt the eyes of someone staring at the back of their head or had prophetic dream like 21st Century Man stated(thank you for sharing btw). I have had several myself, more than I can count.
Obviously this is not an exact science and we don't have control of these abilities but the potential is obviously there.
For those who still doubt:
What about Twins?
Do you think the "one twin feels pain and the other feels it despite being miles away" is something completely fake and imaginary?
People want to believe, and delude themselves. It doesn't make them liars. Some of them are liars. This stuff certainly attracts a certain amount of nuts and flakes, eager to convince and be convinced.
Who said no positive results? Educated guesses would fall under positive results. So would random hits, certainly enough predictions would produce a certain amount of hits - the more vague, the higher the percentage.
It's human nature to remember the correct guesses, unusual situations, certain dreams, and forget the rest.
Thinking someone is looking at you from behind, there are many explanations. You saw someone subconsciously out of the corner of your eye, then no other movement, then turn around. Sure enough they're looking at you. People people-watch. Another time you turn around to find someone staring, your mind tricks you into thinking you had a strange feeling beforehand. Someone looks familiar, you turn around and they may be looking in your direction, but you don't know them. These situations are remembered, a zillion other situations aren't. Etcetera.
The mind is very persuasive. Did I mention people want to believe?