Applied PrecognitionwithJon Knowles

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Jon Knowles has been active in the remote viewing community since 2000. He has been involved as a trainer, viewer, and project organizer. He is coauthor, with Debra Lynne Katz, of Associative Remote Viewing. He is also author of Remote Viewing From the Ground Up.

Here he focuses on various methodological nuances involved in precognitive forecasting of lottery numbers, horse races, athletic events, and various financial instruments. He describes the history of such efforts over the past fifty years. He favors a system involving a unitary target rather than a binary choice, suggesting that it provides statistically better results. He also discusses the potential social implications of applied precognition, and speculates as well on the possibility of artificial consciousness.

(Recorded on September 17, 2021)

Published on October 8, 2021