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PRG and TAR Conduct New and Interesting Research

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PRG's A.R.D. DIRECTOR JOINS TAR:

PRG Director, Dave Schumacher, has been invited to become a full time member of the Transnational Anomalies Research team. Dave’s role with the team will include experimental design, data analyst and authoring reports and publications. Transnational Anomalies Research (TAR) is an international collaborative research initiative founded by Joey M. Caswell and Dr. J. Miguel Gaona in 2013. The TAR team consists of members across Canada, Spain, the U.S.A., and the UK, with diverse specializations and backgrounds including neuroscience, psychology, physics, anthropology, and engineering. Our overall goal is the study of consciousness and physical anomalies by employing a transdisciplinary research approach. Some of our main areas of study include investigating the potential effects of consciousness on external random physical systems, long-term tracking and analysis of precognitive predictions, archaeoacoustic studies of ancient geographical sites, and theoretical/methodological development of paranthropological approaches to anomalous phenomena. Our research is conducted both in the laboratory and in the field.


DAVE SCHUMACHER REVIEWED AND WAS ACKNOWLEDGED FOR HIS HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS IN THE FOLLOWING PUBLICATION:

Investigation III: Statistical Anomalies in a Random Physical System Proximal to Large-Scale Animal Mortality.Gaona, J. M., Caswell, J. M., Tessaro, L. W. E. & Rouleau, N. Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research| June 2014 | Volume 5 | Issue 5 | pp. 448-466

The paper can be downloaded here: http://tarteam.org/wp-content/uploads/TAR_FieldREG3.pdf


OUR CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECT:

Dave Schumacher and Jennifer Lauer of the PRG's Anomalous Research Department are working with the Transnational Anomalies Research Team (http://tarteam.org/) on a new manuscript for publication to explore if focused intent followed by non-focused intent of an apparent RSPK human agent in a field setting results in directional (+/-) REG non-random output, and whether these deviations are consistent with the emotional valence theory regarding the directional component of the data, a theory developed by TAR and which have been studied in various novel settings by TAR and PRG.

More information on the TAR team can be found at http://tarteam.org/

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