TARG AND PUTHOFF1–3 have described investigations of an extrasensory remote viewing ability which they claim may be widely distributed in the general population. We have carried out duplicate experiments, but our results do not verify their conclusions.
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MARKS, D., KAMMANN, R. Information transmission in remote viewing experiments. Nature 274, 680–681 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1038/274680a0
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