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They’re watching…or are they?

After our first night in our ‘urban chic’ studio apartment in downtown Toronto, we were ready for a leisurely breakfast. Trish had gone over her notes about Wolfgang Pauli and the Pauli effect at least a hundred times it seemed … Continue reading

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137, Pauli, and Toronto

Over the weekend, we went to Toronto to be interviewed for William Shatner’s show,   Weird or What?  We were supposed to talk about Wolfgang Pauli, the theoretical physicist who won a Nobel in 1945  for his exclusion principle and also … Continue reading

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Synchronicity and the Pauli Effect

Last year, I bought Deciphering the Cosmic Number: the Strange Friendship of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Jung. The book, by Arthur I. Miller, is fascinating and every so often, I pick it up periodically and read for the sheer delight. … Continue reading

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The Pauli Effect

There are some people who, when they enter a room, stuff happens. Appliances go berserk, computers crash, cell phones act up. Physicist Wolfgang Pauli, one of the early supporters of Jung’s theory on synchronicity, was one such person. In fact, … Continue reading

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