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From: "liansidorov71" Date: Thu Jun 3, 2004 3:27 pm Subject: Volunteers needed for remote viewing study liansidorov71 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Volunteers needed for remote viewing study If you are an active remote viewer and would like to be part of a growing experimental team, this project may be of interest to you. See http://www.emergentmind.org/double_target_protocol.htm for project details. There are two questions we are trying to address in this study: 1. do certain target characteristics statistically correlate with an increase in overall remote viewing accuracy (i.e. better session scores?) 2. do certain target characteristics correlate with an increased accuracy in specific RV modalities (i.e. shapes, textures, movement, conceptual data)? You are free to use any RV method, as long as the data is summarized according to the format described in the protocol outline. Past and current targets are listed at http://www.emergentmind.org/dtp_assignments.htm and data submission/ feedback can be done by e-mail (Note: targets will not be available for public viewing until the study is complete; feedback pictures will be sent on an individual basis, after target deadline, to everyone who has submitted their data for a given assignment). All participants in this experiment will be listed as contributors in the published report (unless otherwise desired) and are welcome to propose/coordinate their own protocols as part of our ongoing exploratory work in RV. If you want your practice time to count for more than just personal development, and believe that by pooling our collective experience we can begin to understand what RV tells us about the nature of mind and information, please contact us. Thanks. Lian Sidorov, project cordinator E-mail: lian...tmind.org or jnlrmi....com

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