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Theory And Data In Support Of Multiple Universes And The Implications Of This To The Physical And Social Sciences
May 12, 2010 at 5:00 PM EST | C. BROWN


Courtney Brown


Ever since Hugh Everett's proposal in 1956 that the results of certain quantum mechanical experiments could be explained by the existence of multiple universes (the so-called "many worlds" theory), scientists have pondered how to test for the existence of such alternate or parallel realities. Recent breakthroughs in the study of nonlocal consciousness has led to the development of experimental designs that directly address the issue of such alternate realms. The breakthroughs involve various attempts to predict future events under controlled conditions. With certain experimental designs, prediction works with surprising reliability. However, with other experimental designs, prediction often fails miserably. Differences between the experimental designs offer support for the existence of alternate realities as well as insight into their possible structure with respect to time. The implications of this research to the physical and social sciences cannot be overstated. The existence of alternate realities implies complete worlds that coexist with our own, including alternate versions of global societies. The possibility now exists that we may be able to observe such realities directly under scientifically controlled conditions. Dr. Brown will present evidence supporting this hypothesis as well as theory that explains how such alternate realities could in fact co-exist with our own.


Brown, Courtney, Ph.D., is a professor at Emory University who specializes in the application of nonlinear mathematical models to social and political phenomena. Independent of his work as a professor, he is the Director and founder of The Farsight Institute (, a nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to the study of nonlocal anomalistic consciousness. He has published a number of books on the subject of remote viewing. Web site:




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