Para-Psychology Research Experiment

When:
December 11, 2017 – December 13, 2017 all-day
2017-12-11T00:00:00-07:00
2017-12-14T00:00:00-07:00
Cost:
Free

Can the mind affect Matter?

That’s the question Dr Hartmut Grote is seeking to answer in an experiment he is conducting at Mountain Cloud.

We are looking for volunteers to participate in this exciting study.  Participants will be asked to use their minds to “influence” a simple computer display built for this research project. Volunteers will sign a consent form and answer a questionnaire before proceeding to the main experiment. The entire process will take about 45 minutes.

Testing, performed under the oversight of Dr Grote, will be done at…

Mountain Cloud Zen Center
Monday December 11 – Wednesday December 13

If you are interested, select a time slot by  CLICKING HERE

If you have any questions, contact Tor Travis at tor@mountiancloud.org or 971-261-8737

Background

The term Psi denotes anamalous phenomena that fall outside broadly accepted science. However, a small group of scientists continues to research psi-phenomena. These phenomena inlcude telepathy or psychokinesis. Psychokinetic experiments seek to answer this: Do mental states correlate with physical processes in a non-causal way?

Over the last several decades, increasingly complex studies have attempted to demonstrate psychokinesis. Most of that research finds a sort of psychokinetic effect. A mainstream of scientists largely reject these results. Reasons for rejection include a general bias against results that seemingly violate “common sense” and/or physical laws. Another difficutly is that reported effects are not always reproducible. Given these factor and the profound implications of such, more research seems important.

Study Conductor

Dr Hartmut Grote
Max-Planck-Institute for Gravitational Physics and Leibniz and University of Hanover, Germany

“I most work in the field of gravitational-wave detection. Last year at the LIGO laboratory, I helped to build and research the instruments that measured, for the first time, colliding black holes and neutron stars. For this reserach, three LIGO founders received the Nobel Prize for Physics. 

Experiment Assistant and Contact

Tor Travis
tor@mountiancloud.org
971-261-8737

“I am the on-site manager at Mountain Cloud Zen Center. I don’t have a nobel prize, but I will be helping Dr Grote manage his experiment. Please let me know if you have any questions!”

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