University of Colorado at Boulder
Exploring the Science Underlying Psi Phenomena
I regard consciousness as fundamental.
Introduction to psi (click for link)
What is psibotics? (click for link)
o Senior Professional Research Assistant: Kavan Ganapathy
o Undergraduate Research Assistant: Kaitlin Coleman
o Recently posted video: “Machine Consciousness: Experimental Evidence,” Garret Moddel, Zixu Zhu, and Adam M. Curry, Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, June 9-11, Boulder, CO, 2011. Video
o “Quantum Mechanics Does Not Explain Psi… So Far,” G. Moddel, Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, June 5-8, Broomfield, CO, 2019. Abstract (p. 26)
o “An Introduction to Psibotics,” G. Moddel, Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, and the International Remote Viewing Association, June 6-10, Las Vegas, NV, 2018. Abstract
Lab Publications (including videos) (click for link)
Recent Online Interviews
o History of Mind-Matter Experiments (psychokinesis) | Waking Cosmos
o Remote Viewing and the Reality of Psychic Phenomena | Waking Cosmos
o Visionary Scientists with Gayle Kimball
o Edges of Science University of Colorado course covering research in the field of psi research
o Quantum Engineering Laboratory More mainstream research of G. Moddel, including new solar energy and quantum vacuum energy extraction technologies
o Society for Scientific ExplorationThe Scientific Exploration (SSE) is an interdisciplinary professional organization devoted to open but critical discussion and publication of research in many areas of frontier science not adequately covered by more conventional scientific organizations. It holds annual international meetings in the U.S., bi-annual meetings in Europe, and occasional topical symposia. It also publishes the archival peer-reviewed Journal of Scientific Exploration, a reservoir of documentation for much of the current scholarly research on consciousness-related anomalies, along with other areas of controversial contemporary study.
o EdgeScience Magzine Online magazine (free) covering a wide range of new science research
And the beat goes on.....