Princeton ESP & Psychokinesis Lab ClosingAfter 25 years of mind-over-matter research, the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Lab is closing. The lab was at the forefront of consciousness research and provided credible data on mind-matter interactions.
The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research lab (The PEAR Lab), who for 27 years has been scientifically proving the existence of “mind over matter” will close its doors at the end of the month.
The laboratory was founded by Robert Jahn, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton and leading expert on jet propulsion, to study the interaction between mind and machines, extra-sensory perception and the nature of consciousness. The laboratory has since produced overwhelming and irrefutable evidence that the human mind can and does affect physical reality. Experimenters have demonstrated that the human mind can access information through extra-sensory (“psychic”) channels. They have also demonstrated that a person’s thoughts can affect sensitive electronic devices. The laboratory has taken this as proof that thoughts have power and that intent can manifest itself in measurable ways.
According to Jahn, the laboratory is closing because it’s time to move forward with their research and its implications to science, medicine, psychology and philosophy. Laboratory manager Dr. Brenda Dunne has created a group of carefully selected colleagues in academia, business, finance and media to carry the results and implications of the PEAR lab into important sectors of society–resisting the dogmatic and antiquated scientific beliefs and paving the way for a revolution in consciousness, science, and social practices.
Several PEAR Lab researchers have created Psyleron–a company that sells the sensitive electronic devices (called Random Event Generators) capable of being influenced with by the mind. The device, called the REG-1, comes with software and manuals to allow anyone with a computer to conduct their own experiments in mind over matter and perhaps improve their ability at psychokinesis.
PEAR Lab website: www.priceton.edu/~pear which contains an overview, their research, contact information and a trailer of a new documentary done on their work, called “The PEAR Proposition.”
Psyleron Science and Implications, Inc.: www.psyleron.com
Interview with Dr. Brenda Dunne on NPR’s All Things Considered (February 12, 2007): http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7371765
The PEAR Proposition DVD on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/PEAR-Proposition-Robert-G-Jahn/dp/B000M4UJMS/sr=8-1/qid=1171414235/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/002-4181585-9928060?ie=UTF8&s=dvd A
International Consciousness Research Lab (ICRL): http://www.icrl.org Adam Curry