One of the most convincing demonstrations that the mind is not in the brain is remote viewing. A remote viewer is able to sit thousands of miles from a scene and sketch the scene. I, Dr. Craig Hogan, am able to remote view pictures and objects on surfaces, such as tables, bookshelves, or pianos. I sit quietly and relax with my eyes closed. When I am thoroughly relaxed, I bring to mind whatever cue I have been given about the object at some distant location. It could be "object on my piano" or "something on my dining-room table." I . . .