Viewer: Courtney Brown
Tasker: Matthew Pfeiffer
Monitor: Matthew Pfeiffer
Data: Type 7 (viewer blind, monitor front loaded with multiple
General Target Description: Mid-May expedition up Mt. Everest
in which 2 guides and 5 hikers were killed (circa may 1996)
Comments: This experiment contained two possible targets.
The choice of the correct target was linked to a random future
event not controlled by anyone at The Farsight Institute (a lottery
outcome). The tasker (and monitor) was front-loaded with the
two target possibilities, but no one knew which target would
be the correct one until days after the session was completed.
Under such conditions (binary potential targets with future determination)
experimental evidence suggests that the viewer will perceive
the correct target of the binary pair of potential targets approximately
75% of the time. Approximately 25% of the time, a good session
of the alternate (incorrect) target is obtained. In this case,
the viewer produced a good session of the correct target.
Target Specific, correct target
Target Specific, alternate (incorrect)
Page 1 Target Directional (Viewer wrote
wrong data type.)