I think that was a great study you did. There could be something to the original study that skewed the results. The timing was calculated as an average of the mean. Now I postulate that if you use the averaged distribution of people around the world, 83% live on the coast and what they might have been registering was accuracy of the viewers during the lull between the tidal surges. So in effect the viewers where being influenced by the movement of the water caused by the moon instead.katzenhai2 said:Maybe it is me, but after >500 sessions I were not able to make a correlation of good RV results to the LST time.Mycroft said:You may get 3 to 5 times more and or stronger perceptions using LST.
So for me this thing does not have an impact - at least not a noticable one. But I'm using a CRV type method.
It would be fun to have the information used in the original test based on geographical boundaries and try eliminating scores based on seasonably available foods and migration periods in those locations to see what other influences were acting upon them at the time.