Courtney Brown of The Farsight institute-Remote Viewing 2013 and Global effects of Earth changes.
Courtney Brown is Director of The Farsight Institute, wherehe does remote-viewing research. He has spoken internationally at a host of prestigious venues, including various universities, as well as the respected Lucerne gathering of physicists (which was attended by various Nobels) where I was a keynote speaker.
He is the leading scholar who studies remote viewing as it is operationalized using procedures that were developed by the U.S. military and used for espionage, or procedures that are derivative of those military procedures. There are no other academics who do this type of research. While he is a tenured professor at Emory University, he does not do remote viewing research at the university. He is an applied mathematician teaches mostly math and statistics courses in a social science department, where his specialty is in the study of highly nonlinear systems of differential and difference equations.
Introduction: We at The Farsight Institute are currently engaged in a fascinating study using remote viewing to study climate and planetary change between the years 2008 and 2013. The initial results appear dramatic on a global scale, and our research does indeed suggest that major global change is a possibility between now and 2013. However, web site visitors are reminded that this is research, not certitude. Remember what Albert Einstein once said, “If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn’t be called research, would it?” Web site visitors are encouraged to examine all of our results carefully, and learn with us as we complete this experiment in mid-2013. We will not fully understand these remote-viewing data until the experiment is completed at that time. Importantly, this experiment has no connection with the Mayan Calendar hysteria related to 21 December 2012. This is an experiment that ends on 1 June 2013, and the data will be fully evaluated only after that date. Also, note that these analyses are the product of the Chief Investigator for this project, Courtney Brown. Other investigators using other methods of analyses may analyze these data and come to different conclusions. HRVG and CRV methods of analysis in particular tend to be more nuanced than some of the analyses presented below.
How we obtain these results is a bit complicated, but it is worth the effort to understand our methods. The actual types of global change is discussed in the second part of the video presentation below, but the first part of this presentation is absolutely essential to understand how these results were obtained. Web site visitors should watch both parts of the video presentation. This presentation was given during the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration in Boulder, Colorado in June 2010.
This is the most carefully collected set of professional-grade remote-viewing data involving this time span that currently exists. This experiment is potentially one of the most significant experiments ever attempted using remote viewing as a data-collection platform.
Courtney Brown-Personal Homepage: http://www.courtneybrown.com/
A brief bio for me can be found here: