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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Quality Control in Remote Viewing

Although it appears that there exist countless opportunities for error in scientific research, most inventors are competent and compassionate people interested in improving the common lot of humanity. In other words they want a better world. We must use our innate capabilities in an attempt to reduce error - taking care that our experiments can be replicated and repeated through our meticulous documentation and presentation of data.

Rather than filter the information that I supply I intend to give you the raw data, unprocessed and uncut, so that I will become a live feed from the future.

It is a proven fact that the intelligence agencies used remote viewing as a source of information, and that the data provided by remote viewers was less than 100% accurate. It is my goal by having multiple viewers to remove viewer bias and so increase the signal to noise ratio.

For example, if 100 people view a traffic accident and all 100 report certain events, then those events are more likely than a random event reported by only one viewer.

By allowing data that is less than accurate to propagate we are allowing error to contaminate our experiment and pollute our decision making aparatus.

I believe that it has been proven that front loading a remote viewer with data will compromise the quality of data generated by that remote viewer. This method should not be used when obtaining information. Also targets should be selected that have high espar values to facilitate easier viewing.