Roger Nelson - The World-Spanning View of Global Consciousness (IRVA 2009)
IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2009
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Roger Nelson - The World-Spanning View of Global Consciousness (IRVA 2009)

The Global Consciousness Project - an experiment to map the unfolding of massed human awareness of moments of intense sadness, excitement, or surprise around the Earth. Dr. Roger Nelson presents the exciting and informative keynote address for the 2009 Remote Viewing Conference, telling us of his work in this controversial field. He starts with a brief review of the solid mind-over-matter research at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Laboratory where he performed ground-breaking research for many years. His engaging and easily digested explanation of how random event generators work to detect focused consciousness, and the fascinating story of how the GCP came together sets the stage for his survey of the events the GCP has successfully measured, ranging from the funeral of Princess Diana to the devastating September 11th attacks, along with earthquakes, New Years' celebrations, and other events big and small, negative and positive, that capture the undivided attention of the human race. One of the profound things we discover is that Roger Nelson's REGs seem able to gauge the depth of human compassion. "A little bit of global consciousness," he concludes, might just "help us move in the direction of becoming fully human."

Dr. Roger Nelson is professionally trained as an experimental psychologist, but his background includes a broad range of experience in design and analysis and a background in physics, statistical methods, and multi-media production.

He served as a counterintelligence officer in the US Army in Germany, then took a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology, focusing on the lesser known aspects of perception. In 1980, Dr. Nelson moved to Princeton from northern Vermont, where he was professor of psychology at Johnson State College, to join the PEAR team. For over two decades he worked with the creative, interdisciplinary group in the PEAR lab to develop technologies and experimental applications to study direct manifestations of consciousness and intention

He retired from the University in 2002, but continues an intense engagement with consciousness research in his role as the director of The Global Consciousness Project which he founded in 1997.

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