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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by pewep, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. pewep

    pewep Power Member

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    http://www.zoxpro.com

    had my greed glands going. I know it's real because I've been doing a ton of research on mental photography.

    check robots.txt if interested in breaking it.
     
  2. jestershaw

    jestershaw Newbie

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    I can't break in. I don't know how and I am very interested.
     
  3. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    You sure its for real? I mean, maybe some aspects of mental photography can have some scientific basis, but these guys just take it waay too far. 25,000 words per minute? Theres no way thats true, and if it was, it wouldn't be on some crappy site like that, it would be all over the news. If anything it seems like these guys took a pinch of scientific facts and then warped them so extensively that they're hardly recognizable.

    EDIT - that robots.txt file just has default joomla directories
     
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  4. Neosynth

    Neosynth Newbie

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    Dude.. this is pretty old thread. :D
    I have this course, but I haven't tried it yet. My friend is going through it, atm, and says that it has some positive effects, but it's far from the results that are being reported on the site or other forums.

    ZOX is derivation of Richard's (creator) Subliminal Dynamics course, which is pretty hard to find these days. Scheele's PR was derived from SD, but SD had cca 20% success rate, while PR's success rate is less than 5% (reported, I would say it's less than 2%).

    But, from my research, mental photography can go through VSTM facilities, but not any further, as there's no clear association basis that can ensure long term association fixation, and make the natural neural connection; any positive effects that people get from it are only short term, and don't have too much value unless encoding phase is made properly, along with repetitive (ebinghaus intervals, and similar) data fixation. But I'm interested to hear from you why do you think mental photography is good (although you typed it's "real", but that implies more). :)

    Glad to see there's someone interested in that stuff here, as I've spent 2 years practicing and researching theories in cognitive psychology & neuroscience, reading various books on various aspects of human intellectual functioning, so you can say it's my big passion. :D
     
  5. sdtopensied

    sdtopensied Regular Member

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    Neo - Feel like sharing this in the Downloads section?

    -SDT

     
  6. SpazzyMcSpazz

    SpazzyMcSpazz Regular Member

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    I wish I had photographic memory to get through all those thousands pages of that very original landing page.
    What's the deal anyway? You can remember all the information in the world but it means nothing if you can't use it. Do they even tell you that? What about information overload?