When Fantastic Voyage launched in movie theaters in 1966, who would’ve predicted that almost half a century later more than three dozen remote viewers would find themselves on an equally challenging journey? Unlike the characters of that science fiction film, the 39 viewers didn’t need to travel inside a miniaturized submarine to observe a virus so tiny it can only be seen with the use of an electron microscope. As part of a free-response, double-blind study, remote viewers infiltrated a Bacteriophage with no idea of what the target was. They only later learned that they had remote viewed a microscopic target, a first for each viewer.
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About the Author: Daz Smith
Daz Smith is an artist, designer, author, photographer and remote viewer. With over nineteen years of public remote viewing under his belt in video and public remote viewing project work. Daz Also published eight martinis - a FREE remote viewing magazine available from www.eightmartinis.com
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