Well, no reply from the President of Psi Tech to the email I sent her. As I reported on Tuesday, I asked if they could help “remote view” the whereabouts of a missing girl:
I wondered if anyone had tried to remote view the location and fate of Natalee Holloway, the teen who recently went missing in Aruba.
Perhaps they’re too busy trying to find the missing girl to reply. Must be that. Couldn’t be because remote viewing doesn’t work. No, couldn’t be. Mind you, inquiring minds could always send their own emails to Joni to find out, I suppose.
Psi Tech has a sterling history of success in addition to the Elizabeth Smart debacle. For example, they remote viewed Flight 587 that crashed in New York on November 12th 2001, fingering terrorism as the cause:
The cause of the crash was a series of explosions caused by an intentionally damaged fuel injection pump. During take-off procedures, the engines of a jet aircraft are operated at full throttle. The fuel boost pump on Flight 587 was tampered with so that during take-off, the extreme vibration would create a rupture and a fuel spill that would cause the engine to explode. Massive fuel spilled into the engines while at full throttle. The left engine exploded breaking off from the wing and hitting the tail section shearing it off and causing the plane to spiral into the ground.
The most disturbing aspects of the data suggests "mechanical infiltration". The aircraft was tampered with by someone with sufficient mechanical knowledge knowing the specific stress caused by the vibration during take-off would result in rupturing the fuel pump system causing a fuel spill and resulting explosion.
Wow, a month after 9/11 and they guessed terrorism. Who would have thought?
Unfortunately, a report from the National Transportation Safety Board concluded it was poor rudder design and co-pilot error:
American Airlines Flight 587 lost its tail and plummeted into a New York City neighborhood in November 2001, killing 265 people, because the co-pilot improperly used the rudder to try to steady the plane, federal safety investigators ruled Tuesday.
The National Transportation Safety Board also said a poorly designed rudder system on the Airbus A300-600 and inadequate pilot training by American were contributing factors.
Funny thing - I also emailed them when that report came out, asking for an explanation then. No reply that time either. No hint of these failures on their site, nor any explanation for why remote viewing doesn’t work.