Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research
The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) program was established to pursue rigorous scientific study of consciousness-related physical phenomena. An interdisciplinary staff of engineers, physicists, psychologists, and humanists conducted a comprehensive agenda of experiments and developing complementary theoretical models to enable better understanding of the role of consciousness in the physical world. The laboratory closed its doors in 2007, though staff and resources remain in collaboration with Psyleron and the International Consciousness Research Laboratories.
International Consciousness Research Laboratories
ICRL is an international, interdisciplinary, and intergenerational consortium of scholars who aspire to integrate the subjective and objective components of human experience into an updated and expanded science. This mission is pursued via collaborative initiatives in Basic Research, Educational Outreach, and Pragmatic Applications, all of which focus on the exploration and representation of the role of consciousness in physical reality.
Global Consciousness Project
The Global Consciousness Project is a research effort exploring whether the construct of interconnected consciousness can be scientifically validated through objective measurement. The project builds on the PEAR experiments, demonstrating that human consciousness interacts with random event generators, apparently "causing" them to produce non-random patterns.
Prior to the Global Consciousness Project, an array of REG devices in Europe and the US showed non-random activity during widely shared experiences of deeply engaging events. In the fully developed project, a world-spanning array of labile REG detectors is connected to computers running software to collect data and send it to a central server via the Internet. This network is designed to document and display any subtle, but direct effects of our collective consciousness reacting to global events. The project is directed by Dr. Roger Nelson.
Society for Scientific Exploration
The Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) is an organization of scientists and scholars studying unusual and unexplained phenomena. Subjects often cross mainstream boundaries, such as consciousness, ufos, and alternative healing, yet often have profound implications for human knowledge and technologies. Thus all topics amenable to scientific inquiry are welcome.
The SSE was founded in 1982 and has approximately 800 members in 45 countries worldwide. The SSE publishes a peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Scientific Exploration (JSE), and holds annual meetings in the USA and biennial meetings in Europe. Associate and student memberships are available to the public, and everyone is encouraged to attend meetings, exchange ideas, and participate with the society.
The PsiPhen Lab investigates psi phenomena at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Upon the closing of Princeton's PEAR program, the PsiPhen Lab inherited some of its main equipment. Much of the research thus far has been carried out by student's in Garret Moddel's Edges of Science class. As the PsiPhen lab establishes itself, it will move to providing an active graduate research program in psi.
An inexpensive subscription based online library of the most important journals, books and magazines publishing serious research into anomalies and controversies in science and the humanities. Fully indexed and searchable contents.
Institute for Noetic Sciences
The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) is a nonprofit research, education, and membership organization. Their activities include support for scientific and scholarly research; development of educational opportunities; hosting activities at our retreat center; paper and online publishing; collaborative inquiry on critical social issues; and support for personal and professional networking.
The International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) is an international non-profit interdisciplinary organization dedicated to exploring and applying subtle energies as they relate to the experience of consciousness, healing, and human potential. ISSSEEM is in a unique position, acting both as a bridge builder between communities and a leader in the field, offering a community with a widespread appreciation of the energetic component within many disciplines including quantum physics, therapeutic modalities, healing, psychology, consciousness, psi and the understanding of our multidimensional existence.
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