In much the same way a Rorschach ink-blot test is perceived differently by individuals, recordings of sound and stray chatter can be too. Within the British Library's sound archives are 60, unedited recordings made by parapsychologist Konstantin Raudive, who claimed that Galileo, Goethe and Hitler all tried to make contact with him through the radio, but author Joe Banks believes this to be misinterpretation of sound. Today's talk will set out to explain this and the importance of intelligent guesswork when identifying objects and occurrences in our minds.
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