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The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Nine, The Endless Here and Now Summary

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Chapter Nine, The Endless Here and Now Summary and Analysis

Puthoff is most surprised by a test in which Price is able to describe a location with a swimming pool accurately, except that when he draws the scene he includes a nearby water purification plant. There is no plant on the scene; however, Puthoff learns later that there had been one 50 years before that since had been demolished. Puthoff is intrigued that his research is showing that people can see in the future and into the past. Going against Newton and Einstein, Puthoff and his team are beginning to think that there is a fundamental level of existence where there is no time or space and no cause and effect. Dunne and Jahn pair their subjects into one viewer and one traveler. With no clue where his partner is heading, the remote viewer...

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