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Also see Sectional Maps and attached bibliographies. Authors Lian Sidorov Tamra Temple Marty Rosenblatt Patrizio Tressoldi

Protocol design

Braud, William (2002) Psi-favorable conditions. In V. G. Rammohan (Ed.), New frontiers of human science: A Festschrift for K. Ramakrishna Rao (pp. 95-118). Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland.

Effect of analytical grids

Map Organization

Empirical data in black

Questions in red

Proposed experiments in blue

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Role that long-term meditation plays in

What is responsible for widening perceptual basin and data integration as RV session progresses?

What determines direction of information flow/error propagation in group telepathy/ group RV? Dominance of one participant is due to his/her own investment in the target or authority relationship to rest of the group?

Is PK due to subject or experimenter expectation?

Is there a limit to psi effect size if motivation, belief and training maximally aligned among subjects and experimenter?

What determines strength/effectiveness of intent in opposing PK vectors? Who wins and how?

Is there a temporal limit or temporal effect decline for PK?

How does feedback impact the RV data?

How does the operator entangle with the target?

How does the operator go to the wrong target ("displacement")?

Why is PK dependent on randomness in target system but independent of target complexity or operator understanding of internal mechanism ("goal-oriented psi")?

Proposed Experiments (see below). Detailed description available on the M3P website under Experimental Proposal Registry.

Mind-Machine Interactions

Basic Experiment

Mind-Machine / Field Interactions bibliography

Jeffers/PEAR/Radin's Psi Version of Double Slit Experiment

See Consciousness and the double-slit interference pattern: Six experiments PHYSICS ESSAYS 25, 2 (2012)

Retro-PK experiments

Increased effect with bonded pairs

Specific operator signatures (PEAR data)

Decline effect with loss of interest/motivation

Also see Moddel, Garret (2012) Building a Prescient Machine   EdgeScience #11  June 2012 )       I

Events of collective significance create increased coherence in REG data network (field-REG, GCP)

Also see: FieldREG II: Consciousness Field Effects:Replications and Explorations

Carryover Effect, Imprinting equipment Towards General Experimentation and Discovery in “Conditioned” Laboratory Spaces, Part I: Experimental pH-Change Findings at Some Remote Sitesby W. A. Tiller, Ph.D.W.E. Dibble, Jr., Ph.D. R.. Nunley, Ph.D. , and C. N. Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.3

Intent/Effect time lag

PK effects take seconds (to-hate, EEG synchronization) to hours to manifest (some GCP effects).  

Remote Perception (also see M3P Remote Viewing Map for expanded schema and bibliography)

Anticipatory Responses

Bem, D. J. (2011). Feeling the Future: Experimental evidence for anomalous retroactive influences on cognition and affect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 100, 407-425.

Aligned intent of participants defines/identifies target

Error-correcting feature: aligned intent of participants overrides formal target designation errors (per McMoneagle)

Errors can propagate among group participants: what determines information flow vector? See Warcollier. Does one participant dominate? Does tasker's expectation percolate into data?

Data affinity is viewer specific (viewer reliability higher in specific modalities) per Lynn Buchanan

Buchanan, Lyn The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a "Psychic Spy" for the U.S. Military Simon & Schuster New York, NY 2003

Effect of feedback on data

Psychological barriers

Physiological barriers

Displacement and viewer affinity

McMoneagle, Joseph Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time and Space Through Remote Viewing. Hampton Roads Publishing, Charlottesville, VA 1997 McMoneagle, Joseph Remote Viewing Secrets: A Handbook. Hampton Roads Publishing, Charlottesville, VA 2000

Information bleed-through

1. Warcollier, René Mind to Mind. Russell Targ Editions, Hampton Roads Publishing, Charlottesville, VA 20012. Eisenbud reports that patients sharing the same doctor documented telepathic dreams despite having no other connection with each other. Ullman, M. with Krippner, S. and Vaughan, A. Dream Telepathy Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. New York, NY 1973

Target Masking and Entrainment

Viewer "fingerprinting" of the target

Non-human living creatures shown capable of remote perception See Backster studies

Backster, Cleve (2003) Primary Perception. White Rose Millennium Press, Anza, CA 2003

100th monkey effect: spread of memes and behavior without direct contact. See Sheldrake studies

Mahlberg, Arden (1987) Evidence of collective memory: a test of Sheldrake's theory. Journal of Analytic

Entrainment Lag Time

Environmental Factors

Dream Telepathy


Role of biophotons in genetic regulatory mechanisms (see Popp, Mae Wan Ho, Gariaev)

Popp, Fritz-Albert ed. and Beloussov, L. V. ed. Integrative Biophysics: Biophotonics Springer New York, NY 2010 The spectroscopy of biophotons in non-local genetic regulation. Gariaev,P.P., Tertishny,G.G. &.Leonova, E.A (2002b) The Wave, Probabilistic and Linguistic Representation of Cancer and HIV. J of Nonlocality and Remote Mental Interactions I[2] 2002

Remote intent effects on in vitro and other biological targets targets

See studies and critique in Benor, Daniel J. (2001) Spiritual Healing: Scientific Validation of a Healing Revolution. Volume I. Vision publications, Southfield MI  2001 Chen K, Sidorov L, Dossey L (2005)   Effects of intent and mental state on the biological subjects: A review and its implications to medical research.  Medical Paradigm. 1[2] 2005  

Biophoton/Electromagnetic signatures at healer and target

in Benor, Daniel J. (2001) Spiritual Healing: Scientific Validation of a Healing Revolution. Volume I. Vision publications, Southfield MI 2001 and Tart C., Puthoff H. and Targ R., Eds. . Hampton Roads Publishing, Charlottesville, VA 2002

Bigu: "remote metabolism"

Direct Mental Interactions with Living Systems DMILS

Physiological correlates of remote interactions: where is the mind-body interface?

Role of meditation in mind-matter effects: physiological remodeling?

See Austin, James (2000) H. Zen and the Brain: toward an Understanding of Meditation and Consciousness The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts 2000 and The Physical and Psychological Effects of Meditation A Review of Contemporary Research by Steven Donovan, Michael Murphy, and Eugene Taylor

Role of endogenous electromagnetic field (see Becker)

Becker, Rober O. and Selden, Gary. The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life. Morrow, New York, NY 1985 Becker, Robert O. Cross Currents: The Perils of Electropollution, the Promise of Electromedicine. Tarcher/Putnam, New York, NY (1990)

Role of imagery in healing

Dossey, L. D  and Schwartz, S. A. Therapeutic Intent/ Healing Bibiography of Research.

Placebo effects

Sender-receiver EEG synchronization

Studies reviewed in Radin, Dean (2006) Entangled Minds Simon & Schuster New York, NY 2006

Bibliographical Sources and Abbreviations

Physics Modeling


Observational Theories

Decision Augmentation Theory

Topological Geometrodynamics

Quantum Mechanics of Consciousness

1. Jahn, Robert G. and Dunne, Brenda J. (2012) Quirks of the Quantum Mind. ICRL Press, Princeton, NJ 2012 2. Jahn, R. G. and Dunne, B. (1986). On The Quantum Mechanics Of Consciousness, With Application To Anomalous Phenomena. Foundations of Physics, 16(8), 721-772.

Quantum Physics Meets Biology

See Josephson, Brian D. and Pallikari-Viras, Fotini Biological Utilisation of Quantum Non-Locality Foundations of Physics, Vol. 21, pp 197-207 1991



PK-RV Intersections

Other Bibliographies by Map Author

Patrizio Tressoldi

Lines of Research

Quantum Effects in Biology

Cognitive/Linguistic/Topological Approaches to Remote Viewing

Observer/Experimenter Effects