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In numerous coincidence experiments, - originally with dices,
later with electronic random number generators -, it was observed that
amazingly often, - more frequently than mathematics to permit it -, significant
deviations from the mean value occurred, which were identical to the
subjects intention to bias the generator.
The left black-and-white graph shows the cumulative deviation from theoretical mean in psychokinesis tests under scientifically controlled conditions with a selected test subject and two given goals, supervised from a group of researchers in the Princeton engineering Anomalies Research Laboratory, the physicist Robert Jahn and the psychologist Brenda Dunne. The right graph shows the values of the subjects which result under the task, not to influence the random generator (control run). The strong deviation from mean value is clear visible in the left graph. From Princeton it is well-known that per run with quite normal test persons an influence of the accidental result occurs toward the selected target around 0,01 %. That is a infinitesimal small value. But many psychokinesis experiments will confirm that this effect is weak but robust. Our prediction is, that after some 100 test runs a tendency becomes recognizable already, which leads to a significant deviation from the average mean value in the cumulatiive deviation after the following runs.
For our experiment: if you obtained a sum value of the percent numbers for total means at a value of 873% and lower after 20 runs, or 1126% and higher (you get this results by pressing the button quot;Summiert" after ten runs in a session, which should amount to 56.3% and higher or 43.65% and lower). These results are already significant. In addition, if you wasn't successful, that does not mean yet you could not obtain other values in the future. Psychological abilities are distributed similarly as artistic abilities under humans differently. Additionally a psychokinesis success depends much on the present status and setting. One can perhaps learn psychokinesis abilities in the sense that one can learn to feel, when the point in time for an experiment is optimal. With selected particularly talented test subjects psychokinesis appears not only as a weak constant effect, but as a strong effect, which could sometime continue under favorable conditions more than briefly. Note: This experiment can be used for scientific research and is protected against fraud if you start record runs. Here all results will be stored on our local server. Ask us for more information.
© Eckhard Etzold, 1998-7-31