Friday, January 21, 2022

Review Of The Psychoenergetic Research Conducted At SRI International |  A total of 25,449 trials were conducted under a variety of protocols. Analysis indicates that the odds that our result are not due to simple statistical fluctuations alone are better than 2 X 1020 to 1 (i.e. 2 followed by 20 zeros). Using accepted criteria set forth in the standard behavioral sciences, we conclude that this constitutes convincing, if not conclusive.21

he psychogenetic effort has been divided into various categories within these processes. The various categories within this domain are defined as follows:
Forced-Choice remote viewing where the targets are drawn from a limited (and known) set of potential symbols (e.g. the integers 0, 1)

RV-Lab remote viewing where the targets are drawn from a large set of
potential materials (e.g. photographs of natural scenes, natural physical

locations), and the experiments are conducted under strict laboratory condit

(3) RV-Ops remote viewing where the targets are drawn from specific targets of


(4) Search remote viewing where the targets are generally known but their location is unknown (e.g. a specific military aircraft is known to have crashed where is it?)22

Their point was clear that the remote viewing was convincing, if not conclusive, for these four categories, which was apparently useful to the military objective. 

The CIA made a critical review on the remote viewing, even before the GRILL FLAME was officially established in the late 1970s. Dr. Ross Adey was asked to review the outcome in 1984, and at the end of the 1980s, the SRI itself was ordered to demonstrate the effectiveness of their researches.