Mind-Matter Interaction Research

Years of research at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research lab at Princeton University have shown that consciousness (the mind) can influence the behavior of physical devices known as random event generators (REGs), through an unknown mechanism.
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An REG converts a quantum physical phenomena (“electron tunneling”) into a probabilistic data output. Under normal conditions, this REG output is consistent with known statistical behaviors.

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However, PEAR research shows that conscious intention can affect the statistical characteristics of the REG's output. The effect often exceeds chance expectations in the direction of intention.

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When conscious intention changes, the statistical characteristics of the REG output can also change to follow the new direction of intention. This also can significantly exceed chance expectations.

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PEAR research has also shown a connection between meaningful emotions and statistical anomalies in the REG's output. For example, an REG running in the background during subjectively meaningful events, such as public performances or group meditations, can apparently respond as though to the influence of intention. This suggests that the subconscious mind, as well as the conscious mind, can affect probabilistic processes.

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When several people attempt to influence the REG, the data can also exceed chance expectations if those people are meaningfully bonded in some way. The suggestion is that the combined intentions of meaningfully bonded people can have a slightly stronger influence on probabilistic systems, and the physical reality that both experience.

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The Mind Lamp combines an internal random event generator, statistical processing circuitry, and dynamic LEDs to allow the statistical characteristics of the REG output to change the colors of the light.

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Although the process is not yet fully understood, the PEAR laboratory research and the REG-based circuitry of the Mind Lamp imply that the lamp's colors can be influenced by the mind, as demonstrated in experiments. Most Mind Lamp users report that the lamp does seem to respond to their intention and other aspects of consciousness. You can read reviews of the Mind Lamp (we'll post more as they come in). Please send us your stories!

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More About the Research

To read more about the PEAR laboratory research, visit the PEAR website. To download and read PEAR's publications, visit the publications page of the PEAR website.

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