Sunday, June 7, 2009

Testing remote viewing with Twitter

An experiment will have people tweet their remote viewing impressions based on a random spot chosen by the researchers.

This is an interesting idea, but I think there is too much of an unknown factor for whomever ends up participating in this, since it looks like they are allowing the general public to participate. How will they be able to distinguish those people that are actually working with remote viewing versus those who are randomly guessing or using some other method to determine the spot? And instead of just having people vote on the photograph that matches what they come up with, they should be gathering information on what the viewers come up with (such as drawings).