Dr Courtney Brown on Remote Viewing and Quantum Science

Courtney Brown, Ph.D., presenting a scientific explanation of why remote viewing works at the 2012 annual meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) in Boulder, Colorado. The science of remote viewing is based on the superposition principle of quantum mechanics, and this presentation explains how it all fits together.

In his interview here on the Noetic Digest Dr Brown explains:

Remote viewing is a natural consequence of superposition formation on the quantum level. That means that everything in the universe is based on a set of frequencies. There is no such thing as solid matter. Physicists have never found a solid, billiard ball type of solid thing. Everything just gets broken down into smaller things, and those smaller things are just frequencies of energy, waves. What happens is that a bunch of waves come together, and when they do, they form a superposition, which is a different type of wave thing.

Imagine a snake that has eaten a rat, and there is a bulge in the snake. Well, that bulge is like a superposition on the quantum level. That is a particle. So a particle is just a bunch of waves that are grouped together to form a superposition.

Well, you and I are vast and complex superposition ensembles. So it is rather easy to see how the quantum world builds up into physical things. But it is much harder to figure out why all of these physical things look so solid when in fact they are not.

Remote viewing works on the principle of observing superposition ensembles. Since superposition ensembles are simply collections of frequencies, they have their own harmonics. On the quantum level, nothing actually manifests unless it is observed, and this requires that the observer match the superposition’s frequency harmonics in order to see it. Otherwise the superposition is out of phase or invisible to the observer.

Remote viewing is a natural consequence of superposition formation on the quantum level. That means that everything in the universe is based on a set of frequencies. There is no such thing as solid matter. Physicists have never found a solid, billiard ball type of solid thing. Everything just gets broken down into smaller things, and those smaller things are just frequencies of energy, waves. What happens is that a bunch of waves come together, and when they do, they form a superposition, which is a different type of wave thing.

Imagine a snake that has eaten a rat, and there is a bulge in the snake. Well, that bulge is like a superposition on the quantum level. That is a particle. So a particle is just a bunch of waves that are grouped together to form a superposition.

Well, you and I are vast and complex superposition ensembles. So it is rather easy to see how the quantum world builds up into physical things. But it is much harder to figure out why all of these physical things look so solid when in fact they are not.

Remote viewing works on the principle of observing superposition ensembles. Since superposition ensembles are simply collections of frequencies, they have their own harmonics. On the quantum level, nothing actually manifests unless it is observed, and this requires that the observer match the superposition’s frequency harmonics in order to see it. Otherwise the superposition is out of phase or invisible to the observer.

Full interview

For more information on remote viewing, see  www.farsight.org/
For more information on Courtney Brown, see www.courtneybrown.com
For more information on the SSE, see www.scientificexploration.org

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