For a long time I've been trying to think of an experiment which can utilize the power of the world wide web and allow thousands or even millions of
people from all around the world to participate. Until now I hadn't been able to think of anything interesting enough to make it worth doing. Then a
about Major Ed Dame's and Remote Viewing got me thinking about a very
intriguing idea... an idea which is probably going to sound crazy and absurd to many of you. As you may have guessed this idea involves remote viewing
on a mass scale.
Well "remote viewing" probably isn't the best terminology, because I'm talking about looking into the future to predict future events. RV
practitioners claim that when they look into the future they are simply remote viewing a distant time as if it were something they can focus on like
any other remote location. I think we should use a better term for this experiment but I'm not exactly sure what to use. I will explain the exact
details of the experiment in a moment but first I want to give a little bit more background on this and why I think it has the potential to work and
produce some amazing results.
Personally I've always believed that RV is nothing but a myth perpetrated by hoaxers who think they can see aliens on far off planets and that sort of
stuff. But a few things really make my question how our consciousness is linked to time. Like
which indicates our brains can sense things
moments before they happen. It's like some sort of intuition ability that we have. There are in fact many experiments which appear to show that all of
us do have this ability to predict near-future events... but just how far can this ability extend into the future?
Then we have the infamous global consciousness project
, which analyzes the numbers generated by quantum
random number generators (QRNG's) from all over the world. The results from this experiment seem to indicate that our consciousness has a small effect
on these QRNG's during major world events when many of us feel the same emotions and our minds are synchronized for a period of time. The numbers go
from being random to structured. The effect is extremely small but overall the probability is less than one in a billion that the effect is due to
Apparently it has something to do with the nature of consciousness and quantum mechanics, like a collapsing of the wave-function or something like
that. However more interesting is the fact that when a major event synchronizes the feelings of millions of people, the QRNG's appear to react minutes
or even hours before the actual event takes place. This has actually been used to predict when the next major world event is about to happen. But this
is rather useless if we can't tell what the event will be. All we see is a tiny blip in the graph which may or may not be something worth paying
As I said the effect really only becomes statistically considerable when you analyze years worth of data and add up all the probabilities. So at the
end of the day it's not a very reliable tool for predicting the future because it doesn't provide us with any specific details about upcoming events
and anything it does tell us is not really worth betting on. My idea takes this concept a step further and uses the predictive power of the human mind
directly, instead of indirectly through the QRNG's. What really caught my interest in the killshot thread is some of the predictions that Ed Dame's
gave which turned out to be right on the money.
He specifically stated that an earthquake near Japan would be big enough to cause fatal damage to a double containment reactor and the resulting
meltdown would be at least as big as Chernobyl but it wouldn't do much damage to Tokyo. And he said all this on live radio well before it happened. If
RV techniques can truly provide this much insight into future events imagine what we can gain insight into by using the power of thousands of minds
all around the world. The internet allows us to easily conduct experiments like this without too much effort or time. This is enough of a reason for
me to try it out even though I'm skeptical.
Over the last couple of days I've been reading up on common RV techniques and particularly some of the techniques used by Ed Dame's. The most
important aspect to these techniques is providing a good "cue" which tells the person what they should be focusing on. My idea is to create a type of
survey which would have people focus on certain time periods on the future and pick up on the largest major event of that period. The time they must
focus on will be provided to them randomly so that they have little time to think creatively and imagine events which may take place in that time.
So it's sort of like a semi-blind method. Each year will be broken up into 4 quarters, Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 obviously. So each participant will be asked
to focus on a randomly selected quarter of a random year in the future and determine the most prominent event to take place within that period of
time, and then provide a list of words which describe the feelings and sensations they get by focusing on this time period. The form they will be
required to fill out will be similar to many of the RV "templates" you use when you learn remote viewing in RV workshops. I want suggestions from
people who know what I'm talking about.
To start with I will limit the time period to the year 2050, no one will be asked to focus on anything past that point in time. But the most important
thing that I need help with is the so called "cue"... again I need people who know what I'm talking about. The cue I have in mind would look something
like this: MAJOR EVENT / 2015 / Q3 / MOST IMPORTANT EVENT TO TAKE PLACE WITHIN THIS PERIOD
. So that would be an example for quarter 3 of the
year 2015. But the problem is that an "important event" could mean different things to different people, I don't think it's precise enough.
For example many people probably think the rise of the new pope was an extremely important event, where as it's just a tiny blip on the radar for
someone like me. I just don't care about that. And is an event really important just because it's widely reported on by the media? What "important"
really should mean is that the event has the most wide spread implications for the highest number of people. But how can that be put into a short
simple cue? I want to really fine tune these aspects of the experiment before attempting to carry it out, in order to get the best results
Obviously the final results will come by analyzing all the data and comparing the inputs from all the participants to see if we have any common
trends. If there are large enough trends which seem to be beyond mere chance I will be quite impressed and shocked. I also want to be sure that
something like this hasn't been tried before, and if it has been tried before I want to see how it was done and what the results were because it may
still be worth doing the experiment if I can improve on the process. So I'm very open to any suggestions and criticisms (outside of "it wont work
I'm well aware of the possibility that some shadow organizations out there may not like the idea of this experiment being conducted, and they may try
to spoof the system with a barrage of fake participants to obscure the true results. I have some plans and ideas for how that can be circumvented, but
it may not be possible to completely weed out the fudged data. But I hope with enough legitimate participants any trends will be easy to spot. I am a
web developer and I am fully capable of building this whole thing from the ground up, I just want to run it by the ATS crowd before going any
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