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Noun(1) knowledge of an event before it occurs
(1) If the experiment were directly replicated with the same results, this may indicate that true precognition is possible, at least under certain conditions.(2) So, any apparent success in the experiments must be attributed to precognition , not to telepathy.(3) Much of this work was conducted with Mihalasky, and their further collaboration brought clear, astonishing evidence of precognition .(4) He or she needs to be gifted with a kind of compositional precognition , understanding inherently what shots, setups, and sequences will produce fear and foreboding.(5) Because the key game was selected before any games were played, subjects had to use precognition to foresee which game was going to get the highest score, so as to know which number to try for.(6) Moreover, significant correlations were found only in the two experiments that had results suggestive of true precognition .(7) Lisa is the ├ö├ç├┐level-headed├ö├ç├û girl blessed with inexplicable powers of precognition but is utterly useless in a pinch.(8) Overall, the results appear to indicate that true precognition may not be possible.(9) A considerable portion of the existing evidence for psi phenomena such as ESP, precognition , and psychokinesis is based on the relatively young science of statistical meta-analysis.(10) The initial postal experiment suggested that true precognition may not be possible.(11) Similarly, if someone fails a driver's test, it's ├ö├ç├┐precognition├ö├ç├û that the person will likely be a bad driver, but it's again a pretty sensible precognition .(12) The other document described ├ö├ç├┐bioinformation├ö├ç├û such as telepathy, precognition and clairvoyance and bioenergetics like psychokinesis and telekinesis.(13) However, the producers also decided to look at the claims of believers that animals have psychic powers - such as telepathy and precognition .(14) In fact non-psychics were also tested, but other ESP categories (e.g., precognition , retrocognition, telepathy) were never assessed.(15) Now some might call that telepathy, others clairvoyance or precognition , or others dub it a trick or coincidence.(16) There has been a long-standing controversy in parapsychology as to whether true precognition is possible.
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