Quantum Mechanics, Remote Viewing, and Time | Courtney Brown

Wheeler’s delayed-choice experiment demonstrates that observation can influence the behavior of quantum phenomena backward in time. That is, prior to the time at which a decision is made regarding whether or not to observe a quantum phenomenon, the phenomenon’s behavior is influenced such that it is in correspondence with the subsequent decision. Remote-viewing experiments have been conducted that parallel Wheeler’s delayed-choice setup. In these experiments, remote-viewing sessions were conducted in a lengthy public demonstration of remote viewing using full scientific controls. Targets were chosen from a pool by a truly random and publicly known event after the remote-viewing sessions were conducted and the data made publicly available in encrypted format. Passwords to decrypt the remote- viewing data were made available online to the public only after the targets were assigned to all remote-viewing sessions, as determined by the publicly known random event. Thus, the target assignment process works by having a truly random process determine which target is assigned to each of the remote-viewing sessions, and this happens significantly after the times at which the remote-viewing sessions are conducted. While precognition is a frequently studied aspect of psi phenomena, this lengthy set of public experiments allows for the collection of a sizable body of data for each individual target using structured data-collection procedures under generally optimal viewing and experimental conditions. This enables a thorough objective and statistical comparison between the remote-viewing data and the target characteristics. The results of this set of experiments offer strong support for a quantum mechanism that mediates the remote-viewing experience, since no classical mechanism is known to be capable of replicating the phenomenon. This presentation proposes an explanatory linkage between the precognitive remote-viewing experience and Wheeler’s delayed- choice experiment.

Recorded at the 27th annual SSE Conference in 2008 in Boulder, Colorado, USA.

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Published on November 13, 2018