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Published on Feb 3, 2015
Psychologist Roger Nelson has been conducting an amazing experiment at the University of Princeton for many years: The global consciousness project investigates the effect of consciousness on matter, which can be reproduced and is statistically significant. Nelson and his team succeeded to prove that humans are able to affect random processes by simply focusing on it. Thus motivated, Nelson has been investigating the effect of major events on mass consciousness by means of a worldwide network of random number generators. When huge crowds come into resonance, the effect is even provable around the globe, as it was shortly after the attacks of 9/11 or the death of Lady Di. Are we all to each other on a consciousness level?