" This paper reports on distant consciousness-device experiments performed as a long-range signal transmission between spatially separated human-’transmitters’ and device-’receivers’. These experiments have been conducted between 2015 and 2019 with operators from the USA, Canada, Europe, Russia, China, Argentina, and include several series of web-based, youtube-based and public-audience-based attempts. Signals on the receiver side are detected by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) of water-containing systems and biological reaction of plant organisms. They are displayed as real-time html plots streamed in internet and represent a remote feedback. Local feedback is provided by EEG data available for operators also in real time. Distance between operators and EIS devices varies between 101 to 106 meters. Combination of remote EIS and local EEG feedbacks enables controllable conditions for operators and contributes to achieving well-repeatable outcomes. Experiments demonstrated initial 74% of success in web-based attempts that is improved upto 96%-98% with increasing the number of repeating attempts."
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