Saturday, June 8, 2019
RPK Phase 2 Protocol draft 8 June 19
RPK Phase 2 Protocol
DRAFT 8 June 2019
This protocol is offered to talented potential influencers who have volunteered to participate in this on-going experiment. The purpose of Phase 2 is to provide irrefutable evidence of MACRO (if not MASSIVE!) REMOTE PSYCHOKINESIS (RPK). Anticipated results will provide prototype training methodology for others who wish to develop their own RPK capability. Results are posted on a new [TBD] blog, which includes the following protocol steps:
Step 1.0. SET UP. The original RPK (Phase 1) device has been redesigned and rebuilt with help from generous colleagues near and far. [See https-//rpkexperiment.blogspot.com for January 29 through February 11, 2019.]
Step 1.1. A third video camera is strategically located outside the CORE and electronically linked to the CORE cameras so that any possible, extraneous external influence will be detected and recorded. Images from all three cameras appear on the MONITOR in a split screen, which is external to the core.
Step 2.0. ROUND ONE (3 to 5 runs). An initial several-week period without intentional influencer activity has been conducted to assure the system is stable and without false positive activity. A deliberate external disturbance (such as jumping on the floor near the system) may be applied at strategic times to calibrate the motion-detection camera system, where all target objects move together to trigger camera activity.)
Step 2.1. Five candidate INFLUENCERS, A, B, C, D & E, have been pre-selected for a first round of Phase 2 runs. Influencers are given one 48-hr time slot in which to influence the target. These influencer time slots are preceded and followed by a 24-hr null period, which remain unscheduled for any external activity. Time slots for specific influencer activity are protected from any other influencer, so that s/he may try personal methods, while keeping a LOG of personal attempts.
Step 2.2. Since the ULTIMATE OBJECTIVE of Phase 2 is to develop a teaching methodology for future influencers, each Phase 2 influencer is invited to keep a detailed log, which is to contain a record of the influencer's personal style of preparation and activity. These logs are encouraged to include a record of mood, personal techniques, attitude, etc. Personal thoughts, feelings, intentions, frustrations, etc. are all welcome information. Also expected is a description of the external conditions, including weather, temperature, comfort level, any background noise, distractions, etc. during a given run.
Step 3.0 PREFERRED EFFECT ON THE TARGET objects is that only one of the three objects is influenced by an easily identified motion, while leaving the other objects unaffected (motionless). A pendulum-like (swinging) motion is IDEAL for the chosen object. HOWEVER, we do not want to overprescribe what each influencer chooses to do! For example, if an influencer wishes to influence two of the three objects, then each object must evidence a clearly differentiated motion relative to the other objects. If all objects move alike, this is NOT interesting. If only one object moves without affecting the other, this is the most interesting! Crashing objects into each other would also be interesting! Let this be a fun, creative exercise!
Step 4.0 INITIATING a RUN.
Step 4.1. An email launch date and time is to be sent by the PHASE 2 Coordinator to a given INFLUENCER, who will then begin her/his personal LOG. At the end of the assigned 48-hour time slot, the influencer part of the RUN will be considered complete, which is followed by a 24-hr period of deliberate inactivity.
Step 4.2. At the end of a given RUN will be launched via email notification, per the above procedure, etc. This will continue until all ROUND ONE Influencers have completed their respected runs.
Step 4.3. Biofeedback Option. At the suggestion of at least 2 influencers, runs can be viewed in real time for up to two hours during the scheduled 48-hour time slot if arranged beforehand with the Phase 2 coordinator. A preliminary conversation via Skype or Zoom between coordinator and influencer is highly recommended, typically an hour or two before run launch time. The coordinator will perform a “calibration jump” so that the influencer can view directly how the objects move when disturbed by an external seismic event.
Step 5.0. REPORTING a run
Each run consists of an active and a passive component. The active component consists of the influencer's attempts to affect the target during his/her respective pre-scheduled window of opportunity. The passive component consists of the target system electronically recording any physical effect on the target during the run.
Step 5.1. At the end of a given RUN, the INFLUENCER will send an email account of the specific times and ways s/he attempted to affect a given object to the coordinator. When this is complete, the coordinator will alert the next INFLUENCER when to launch their respective RUN.
Step 5.2. At the end of a given RUN and null period, the TECHNICAL MONITOR will email to the coordinator a time-stamped account of all activity during this combined period.
Step 5.3. All email messages from and to the Coordinator regarding all RUNs, will be copied to one or two TBD trusted, respected and independent scientific witnesses.
Step 6.0. ANALYZING DATA. Technical monitors of the Phase 2 system will report any activity to a Central Coordinator, who will compare influencer log data for a given run. Positive or negative correlations between log entries and camera records of movement will be communicated to the specific influencer and the assigned referees.