GLOBAL CONSCIOUSNESS DOT
How to Read this Chart
If you see the Real Time Global Consciousness Dot chart in the or dark blue or red areas for 4-6 hours something significant is happening.
The Global Consciousness Dot chart is a representation of Global Consciousness Project which is science’s way of measuring the collective consciousness (aka noosphere) described by sages of all cultures. When human consciousness becomes coherent, the behavior of random systems are thought to change.
This international scientific collaboration measures up to 70 random generators placed around the globe to search for structured moments when the numbers become less random (within a trillion odds of chance). The “eggs” have been measuring data for over 15 years, and have spiked on important world events which have carried heightened emotion such as 911 and International Peace Day. View which have spiked the data here.
Hypothesis: Coherent consciousness creates order in the world.
Large scale group consciousness has effects in the physical world. Knowing this, we can intentionally work toward a brighter, more conscious future. Subtle interactions link us with each other and the Earth.
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Random number generators (RNGs) based on quantum tunneling produce completely unpredictable sequences of zeroes and ones. But when a great event synchronizes the feelings of millions of people, the network of RNGs becomes subtly structured.
Expectation is the horizontal dashed line. Formal result is the jagged red line, which plots the cumulative deviation of trial Z-scores from expectation. Smooth curves show envelopes for probability against chance.
The data is transmitted to a central archive which now contains more than 15 years of random data in parallel sequences of synchronized 200-bit trials generated every second.
The Global Consciousness Project, created originally in the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab at Princeton University, has been directed by Roger Nelson. The Institute of Noetic Sciences provides a logistical home for the GCP.