A Patent for a Circuit Controlled by Psi Abilities Share | 0x6a656666 posted:1/21/2013 5:13:48 PM (Reply)Finally, something useful coming out of all that parapsychology research. This would be fun to replicate, even though there's a patent on it. From the abstract: "A method and apparatus of generating values and detecting whether the values fall outside chance probabilities. In one embodiment, a random-noise source provides a signal that is amplified, conditioned, and sampled to provide a series of random numbers. In one embodiment, conditioning includes inverting some of the values according to a pseudo-random sequence mask in order to remove certain first-order bias. Another aspect of this invention is to perform a statistical analysis of the values generated, and to control an output based in whether or not a chance expectation has been exceeded, or by the probability of a certain result obtained. Yet another aspect is to control a toy, game, appliance, or computer display based on whether or not a chance expectation has been exceeded by a measured sequence of values." Link: http://www.google.com/patents/US5830064Jaxerback posted:1/22/2013 7:40:30 PM (Reply)I think the well known phenomenon in quantum physics might apply here.That is,through the very act of observation,the observer affects the observed reality.0x6a656666 posted:1/23/2013 9:38:42 AM (Reply)Yeah, considering humans can affect the output of random number generators to a slight degree, putting a few of them in a matrix which controls a switch could potentially create psi-controlled electronics. I thought the idea was pretty sweet. It could probably be used as well to create some strange paranormal investigation equipment.Jaxerback posted:1/23/2013 8:36:58 PM (Reply)But can humans really affect random number generators?Is that just an illusion?Are we all just illusions in an aliens dream? I'm with linc..I'm gonna fry one of them little grey anal probing bastards!.....And I'm not talking about Gary...;-)) Please log in or become a member to add a post.