Princeton University proves that thought influences physical reality

Posted: January 17, 2015 in Underground Knowledge
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One of the many interesting discussion threads in our ‘Underground Knowledge’ group on Goodreads.com reveals there is an exhaustive body of research that links the physical world with mental activity. In fact, Princeton University’s Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) recently completed a 28-year study on this very subject.

Princeton University, New Jersey

According to a press release issued by Princeton University, research staff focused on two major areas of study — anomalous human/machine interactions, which addresses the effects of consciousness on random physical systems and processes, and remote perception, wherein people attempt to acquire information about distant locations and events.

The article continues:

The enormous databases produced by PEAR provide clear evidence that human thought and emotion can produce measureable influences on physical reality.

We have accomplished what we originally set out to do 28 years ago, namely to determine whether these effects are real and to identify their major correlates.

There are still many important questions to be addressed that will require a coordinated interdisciplinary approach to the topic, but it is time for the next generation of scholars to take over.

 

Princeton’s PEAR studies show unequivocal evidence that thought can directly influence physical reality. As mentioned, this has inspired some some interesting debate in our ‘Underground Knowledge’ group.

To follow the debate, or better still to have YOUR say, go to: https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/2168517-princeton-university-proves-that-thought-influences-physical-reality

 

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