Remote Viewing ResearchwithElizabeth A. Rauscher

elizabeth rauscher

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Elizabeth A. Rauscher, PhD, is a physicist and parapsychological researcher. She is author of over 250 scientific papers as well as co-author of several books including Orbiting the Moons of Pluto: Complex Solutions to the Einstein, Maxwell, Schrodinger and Dirac Equations and The Holographic Anthropic Multiverse: Formalizing the Complex Geometry of Reality. She is also co-author of a forthcoming book titled Mind Dynamics in Space and Time: A Physicist’s Exploration of the Nature and Properties of Consciousness. She has served on the faculty of the University of California, Berkeley; John F. Kennedy University; and the University of Nevada, Reno. She has also worked as a researcher at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford Research Institute Radio Physics Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Her work has been featured in a book written by MIT professor David Kaiser titled, How the Hippies Saved Physics: Science, Counterculture, and the Physics Revival.

Here she describes a successful remote viewing experiment, conducted at SRI International, in which she served as the “outbound experimenter” and interviewer, Jeffrey Mishlove was the remote viewer. This experiment exemplifies the methodology used at SRI involving rigorous experimental controls. Over the course of her career, Rauscher has participated in over 100 such experimental trials – yielding, from a statistical perspective, enormously successful results. These experiments show that the ability of the human mind to access information does not appear to be limited by the conventional constraints of space and time. In order to account for these results Rauscher has developed an eight-dimensional model of complex space.

(Recorded on September 27, 2015)

Published on September 30, 2015

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