Reliability of RNG Outputs during Movie-Viewing Field Experiments
Takeshi Shimizu*, Kitaro Yamamoto & Masato Ishikawa
Meiji University, Japan
It has been reported that random number generator (RNG) outputs during coherent events are influenced by field consciousness and that this is reflected in anomalous statistical biases. Despite this finding, little is known about their reliability. A generalization study (G study) would be expected to show the ability to measure micro-psychokinesis (micro-PK) during field RNG studies on the assumption that RNG outputs can sense field consciousness. To explore the issue, the current study calculated intraclass correlation (ICC), using data from our previously published studies that had been obtained during the screening, in theaters. Results found the Psyleron RNG produced relatively high ICCs during 1,024-second intervals of both K-ON! and Zang-e, whereas no positive ICCs were associated with the other RNGs. Additionally, higher ICCs seemed to be correlated with repeated viewings. Psyleron might have detected audience consciousness, as it relied on longer spans of outputs. This issue warrants further examination.
Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration Conference in Boulder, Colorado 2016.
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Published on November 22, 2018