So the black boxes set up in 1997 failed to spot the following
280,000 deaths 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami
160,000 deaths 2010 Haiti earthquake
10,000–30,000 deaths Vargas tragedy Venezuela 1999
1,300 deaths The Daulatpur–Saturia tornado Manikganj, Bangladesh 1989
138,866 deaths 1991 Bangladesh cyclone Bangladesh April 29, 1991
138,366 deaths Cyclone Nargis Myanmar May 2, 2008
From which we assume for "the collective psyché of humanity"
only American (USA) lives matter!!!!!!
Or is this psyche simply anti Islamic fundamentalists.... or pro?
Or are we reading patterns into random events by wishful thinking and bad faith- and pseudo science, once the stuff of
Marilyn Schlitz is a writer and producer, known for Death Makes Life Possible, Entheogen: Awakening the Divine Within ...Dr. Marilyn Schlitz has conducted some of the most prominent parapsychology experiments in history. In the lab, she has explored psi phenomena like the ability of a person’s thoughts to physically affect another person’s body. ...
Robert George Jahn...Jahn also engaged in the study of psychokinesis for many years....Science writer Kendrick Frazier wrote that Jahn's experiments were faulted because of failing to randomize the sequence of group trials at each session, inadequate documentation on precautions against data tampering and possibilities of data selection...
Park has suggested the reason statistical studies such as Jahn's are so popular in parapsychology is because they introduce opportunities for uncertainty and error which are used to support the biases of the experimenter. Park wrote "no proof of psychic phenomena is ever found. In spite of all the tests devised by parapsychologists like Jahn and Radin, and huge amounts of data collected over a period of many years, the results are no more convincing today than when they began their experiments."
Two German independent scientific groups have failed to replicate the PEAR results.Pigliucci has written this was "yet another indication that the simplest hypothesis is likely to be true: there was nothing to replicate." The physicist Milton Rothman wrote that most of the faculty at Princeton considered the work of PEAR an embarrassment. Robert L. Park said of PEAR, "It’s been an embarrassment to science, and I think an embarrassment for Princeton".
The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) was a research program at Princeton University that studied parapsychology. Established in 1979 by then Dean of Engineering Robert G. Jahn, PEAR closed in February 2007, being incorporated into the "International Consciousness Research Laboratories" (ICRL). The program was controversial.
PEAR's primary purpose was to engage in parapsychological exercises on topics such as psychokenesis (PK) and remote viewing. The program had a strained relationship with Princeton and was considered an embarrassment to the university. PEAR's activities have been criticized for lack of scientific rigor, poor methodology, and misuse of statistics,and have been characterized as pseudoscience.