posted on Jul, 10 2013 @ 05:48 AM
The Mass Remote Viewing Experiment
has been running for several months now and we have acquired 350 submissions for our
first experiment. I was hoping for at least 1000 submissions but I guess I was being over-optimistic. In any case we have quite a bit of data to look
at and analyze for trends. I have briefly looked over some of it and there does appear to be some words which seem to appear throughout all the data
more than I would expect.
You can view the data from the first experiment on the data page
of the website (be warned some of the
submissions do contain offensive language) and you can also participate in our new experiment. We have learnt several important lessons from the first
experiment and the second experiment should be much more interesting. The time limit on each step has been increased from 15 seconds to 20 seconds to
make it a bit easier for slow typists and you can now do a practice run before doing the real thing.
The 2nd experiment is an attempt to test the "open search" theory. An open search is an RV session where the target is unknown and could be anything
located in any time. RV professionals claim that these types of open searches typically yield predictions about important events set to occur some
where within the next week. As such the target ID will change once a week so that we can get weekly predictions on future events and we don't have to
wait long to see if any of those events manifest, unlike the first experiment.
The entire system is automated now, so that the data from last weeks open search will automatically be displayed on the website (it will be a week
from now when the first weekly prediction data is made public). The only reason 350 submissions is not quite enough for the first experiment is
because the target dates were set as far as the year 2020. But if we had 350 submissions for just one weekly open search it would be a huge amount of
data to work with and would allow us to do some deeper analysis.