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Message Subject Cornell University Lab releases evidence that the human mind CAN SEE IN THE FUTURE
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A more perplexing phenomenon is the apparent dependence of some psi phenomena on solar activity and geomagnetic fields.

If you’ve studied any astronomy, you may recall that a sidereal day is approximately 23 hours, 56 minutes, 4.091 seconds – shorter than the regular 24-hour solar day. A sidereal day is defined as the time it takes for the Earth to complete one rotation relative to the vernal equinox (the point the Sun passes in March on its way from south to north, when the Earth’s equator is in the same plane as the center of the sun). Astronomers use sidereal time to keep track of the direction to point their telescopes to view a given star in the night sky.

Why is this relevant to psi? Because a meta-analysis has shown that the outcomes of psi experiments are related to sidereal time! Specifically, in an analysis by Ed May and James Spottiswoode, the correlation between psi effect size and the Earth’s magnetic field was found to be greater for experimental trials occurring around 13 hours Local Sidereal Time.

May and Spottiswoode’s conclusion? “AC [anomalous cognition] performance is modulated by a parameter which varies with solar activity.”

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