International project which has found statistically significant deviations in the output of random event generators suggestive of a mass emotional response to major world events.
Investigation of a Florida housewife who exhibits psychic effects, notably the spontaneous, involuntary and seemingly inexplicable appearance on her skin and clothes of flakes of golden-like brass foil.
Trinidadian psychic of Indian descent who participated in ESP and PK experiments with American researchers from the 1970s.
A statistical procedure used by parapsychologists that combines the results of studies in a particular area of research in order to provide a more robust finding.
Russian woman (1926–1990) whose apparent ability to move objects by psychokinesis was investigated by parapsychologists from the 1960s. Claims of fraud were never substantiated.
Self-proclaimed American psychic (1920-1987) who won notoriety by claiming macro-psychokinetic (PK) powers, including an ability to control the weather on a large scale, direct lightning strikes, and cause or predict accidents.
Nineteenth century Italian trance medium (1854–1918) who produced psychokinetic phenomena of striking strength, variety and reliability, attracting the interest of scientists throughout Europe.
Landmark 1970s experiment in which a Canadian group created psychokinetic phenomena while communicating with a ‘discarnate spirit’ whose identity, personality and memories they had made up.
The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) laboratory was founded in 1979 by Robert Jahn and carried out ground-breaking research in psychokinesis and remote viewing for nearly three decades.
Overview of experimental research on mind-matter interaction, commonly referred to as psychokinesis (PK), from early dice-throwing studies to the use of random number generators, both in the lab and the field.