"ACADEMIA WITHOUT WALLS"
"The next Paradigm does not deny materialism. It simply says consciousness came first."
"I heard God and the Universe say it was so pleased with me (for learning to remote view) to take such time to learn to connect with (god)" ~ Jeff Smith during the meditative phase of a remote viewing session.
It is neither our best nor worst session. We start with a number and end up with a sketch and summary of what exactly the target is. Only then do we learn what is the target. This is not a file drawer or cherry picked session. We were asked to do a demonstration, we videotaped it, and here it is.
This video will give you an idea of what controlled remote viewing is, and how Pauline and I work together. Please remember that AOL, or analytic overlay, is the viewer's left brain attempting to interpret the signal line (or information about the target) By labeling the Empire State Building, Devil's Tower, and the shot tower AOL, I am establishing it is NOT them. However it may or may not have something in common or be similar to them.
This is an excellent basic description of controlled remote viewing. However, like many great chefs, they have either intentionally or inadvertently given some misinformation and left out important information. Nevertheless, this is the best overview of remote viewing I am aware of on the Internet.
We studied the ability of viewers to accurately state if a plant was infected with the Tobacco Mosaic Virus or not. We are doing this as a precursor to human studies of the AIDS and hepatitis C virus. Currently it is difficult to know how long to treat these patients as the virus can have long quiescent periods in which the virus cannot be detected in the blood stream.
Our study has been accepted for presentation at the Science of Consciousness Conference 2011. One group of viewers were accurate 257 times out of 400 attempts (p > 0.00000001) One viewer, when her results were combined with RNG readings, was accurate 32 times out of 35 attempts. Our viewers included physicians, nurses, and Air Force Air Traffic Controllers.