Volume 11 No 4 (2013)
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A Replication of the Slight Effect of Human Thought on a Pseudorandom Number Generator
Azlan Iqbal
Experiments conducted and repeated worldwide over the last five decades have claimed to show that human consciousness, intention or thought (often termed ‘psychokinesis’ or ‘telekinesis’) can have an effect on random number generators. The reason for this, or even its acceptance by mainstream science, is still uncertain. Quantum mechanics or some other as yet undiscovered aspect of the natural world is typically preferred as a tentative explanation compared to mysticism or invoking the supernatural.
psychokinesis, mind-matter interaction, pseudorandom number generator, random number generator, RNG, computer
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