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21 January 2009

Being in Global Consciousness

Global Consciousness Project
Trans-Humanity Awakening To Reality
You may not be aware of the fact, but decades of studies have actually demonstrated that mind can affect matter – specifically, random event generators have been shown to be affected by human consciousness. The Global Consciousness Project has linked a series of these generators together around the world, creating a plentiful supply of data which has revealed fluctuations in the nature of randomness itself. These alterations occur in waves that manifest across the entire Earth – at the very least – and indicate interconnectedness between all beings, in a unified field of mind and consciousness – the ‘noosphere’.
- R.A.
The Global Consciousness Project (GCP) was created in 1998 by a small team of researchers working in boundary areas of physics and psychology, and has grown today to include some seventy-five individuals around the world. The purpose of this Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS)-based project is to study the possible efficacy of human consciousness on a global scale. In June 2002, an interdisciplinary team convened for the first time at the IONS campus in order to move the project forward in the areas of research design, data analysis, and interpretation of results.
Under the direction of
Dr Roger Nelsonat Princeton University, the team maintains a network of electronic instruments connected through the Internet. These random event generators produce data that may be affected by human consciousness under special conditions. The hypothesis of the GCP is that the continuous streams of data from these instruments will show anomalous deviations associated with events of mass human interest. Effects are predicted to occur when there is large-scale ‘mental coherence’, or a resonance of feelings generated by deep reactions to major news events. During the first four years of the GCP, the number of websites hosting these instruments (which are bemusingly dubbed ‘eggs’, a nickname for electro-Gaia-grams) has grown to more than fifty, with locations from Alaska to Fiji, on all continents, and in nearly every time zone.
Nelson and the team reported that as of late 2002, formal predictions have been made for more than one hundred world events. These included predictions for celebrations such as New Year’s Eve, shocking events such as the beginning of bombing in Yugoslavia or the September 11 disaster, natural tragedies, such as the great earthquake in Turkey and the typhoon in Orissa, and large-scale meditation and prayer events like the Kumbha Mela in India. The overall statistics for the project, after nearly four years of data accumulation, indicate a probability of about one in ten million that the correlation of the data with the specified global events is merely due to chance (see
http://noosphere.princeton.edu). A technical report summarizing these data and the technical details of the research is now in preparation.
Researchers don’t yet know how to explain the correlations between events of importance to humans and the GCP data. The results do suggest, however, something akin to the image held in almost all cultures, that a unity or deep interconnection exists between mind and matter that is in some way fundamental to life and to reality as a whole. Our efforts to understand these complex and interesting data may contribute insight into the role of mind as a creative force in the physical world.
- Intro by Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, vice-president for Science and Education at IONS

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