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Remote Mental Interactions: A Review of Theoretical Modeling of Psychophysical Anomalies Part 4

Iona Miller


This article presents a review of theoretical modeling of psychophysical anomalies. It originates from my involvement with the Journal of Non-Locality and Remote Mental Interactions (JNLRMI) which was founded by Lian Sidorov in the wake of research institutions of previous decades, such as SRI, IONS, PEARS, and MRU. JNLRMI began as an attempt to bridge widely scattered evidence and ideas on the frontline of mind-matter research (energetics, remote mind-mind and mind-matter interactions). JNLRMI was a challenging and exhilarating journey, sustained by multidisciplinary readership interest in the subject.

Part 4 of this article contains the continuation of the round-table discussion on memory, information and the limits of identity entitled “Who and where is the Self?” started in Part 3. This overview is an attempt to create a Big Picture view on the state of the art from which further experimental routes can be deduced. The round-table was moderated by JNLRMI Editor, Lian Sidorov, with respondents Roger Nelson, Stanley Krippner, Jim Tucker, Mark Germine, Chris King, Matti Pitkanen and Gerry Zeitlin.

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ISSN: 2153-8212