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Marty Rosenblatt - 10-Choice Associative Remote Viewing (IRVA 2009)
Marty Rosenblatt explains and demonstrates his 10-choice associative remote viewing technique for the audience and enlists them in a couple of trial runs against the outcome of a future dice roll. In the process, he presents some of his views on consciousness and precognition. An interesting series of questions from the audience and Mr. Rosenblatt's responses wrap up the session.
Marty Rosenblatt holds a B.A. and M.S. in physics from University of California at Los Angeles. Marty has worked as a computational physicist and managed many projects in development and application of sophisticated computer programs for analyzing high-energy problems of interest to the U.S. Department of Defense and NASA such as hypervelocity impact and nuclear weapons effects. He was a founder, CEO and senior staff scientist of PhysiComp Corporation (1994) and its internet subsidiary. The company was later acquired and Marty is now President of PIA (Physics Intuition Applications Corporation).
Rosenblatt is the writer and editor of the online magazine, Connections Through Time. He has designed, managed, and participated in eight associative remote viewing (ARV) protocols. These protocols involved trading in financial markets and were developed and improved over many years. In addition to his role at PIA, he currently teaches financial ARV workshops at the Monroe Institute.