Emory Mort reports for Reality Sandwich:
The Farsight Institute, a non-profit organization focused on the scientific application of remote viewing, recently released a challenge to mainstream science: organize a tightly controlled, publicly viewable scientific display of the phenomenon of remote viewing in return for mainstream recognition of the validity of the phenomenon itself. And do it in the narrowing window of a vanishing 2012 timescape.
Dr. Courtney Brown, an Atlanta-based professor who directs the Institute, has spearheaded the development of a novel Prometheus Protocol for conducting scientific Remote Viewing experiments. He uses multiple world-class, military-grade remote viewers in sophisticated ways that are able to be, and have been, followed and verified by the public. Brown is urgently requesting the attention of the mainstream science community, which lags behind the findings of some pioneering exploratory scientists…
[continues at Reality Sandwich]
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