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Jessica Utts - Arguing Towards the Truth - How Controversy Helps Science Progress (IRVA 2007)
A brilliant scientist and outstanding teacher, Jessica Utts helps us understand the mistakes that can be made in remote viewing research, and how to avoid them. She starts off with a brief history and explanation of the Ganzfeld and remote viewing experimental formats, then engages listeners' interest through audience participation exercises and explanations that go right to the heart of problems with experiments, and solutions for them.
Jessica Utts is a Professor of Statistics at the University of California, Davis. She spent a year as a visiting scientist with the Remote Viewing Program at SRI International in 1988 and 1989, and was a consultant for the duration of the program at both SRI and Scientific Applications International Corporation.
Professor Utts was one of the evaluators of the government remote viewing program when it was declassified in 1995, participating in the American Institutes for Research review of the Department of Defense's Star Gate Program. In addition to expertise in statistics and parapsychology, Professor Utts is the author of three statistics textbooks and is well known for her work in reforming statistics education.