Where It All Began – The Magic Batter That Started Stanford's Remote Viewing Studies

remote view studies beginnings and SQUIDTake Stanford physics student Arthur Hebard, add laser researcher Hal Puthoff of Stanford’s Research Institute (SRI), put them in a room with a SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device), then throw Ingo Swann in the mix, and you’ve got the batter for an experimental Remote Viewing Program.

Check out this well-researched article by Lynn McTaggart on America’s remote viewing program in SuperConsciousness.com.

America’s Remote Viewing Program

Insights from the critically acclaimed bestseller, The Field

by Lynne McTaggart

Down in the basement of a physics building at Stanford University, the tiniest flicker of the tiniest fragments of the world were being captured and measured. The device required to measure the movement of subatomic particles resembled nothing so much as a three-foot hand mixer.

A Stanford physics student named Arthur Hebard had seen the superconducting differential magnetometer as a fitting Programpost-doctoral occupation, applying for grant money to devise an instrument impervious to all but the flux in the electromagnetic field caused by any quark activity.

He called it the SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device. To Hal Puthoff, a laser researcher at Stanford’s Research Institute (SRI), the magnetometer was a quackbuster. He looked upon it as the perfect test of whether there was such a thing as psychic power. He was open-minded enough to test whether clairvoyance worked, but not really convinced. Hal had grown up in Ohio and Florida, but liked to say he was from Missouri – the Show Me state, the ultimate state of the skeptic.

Puthoff was interested in the possibility of interconnection between living things. But at this stage, he didn’t really have a focus, much less a theory. He had long suspected that everything in the universe on its most basic level had quantum properties, which would mean that there ought to be non-local effects between living things.

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