The Washington Times - June 1, 2009, 05:32AM

A British psychic phenomena specialist this week is asking Twitterers to help him test the concept of “remote viewing” by having them identify distant locations, the Daily Telegraph is reporting.

Psychology professor Richard Wiseman will show volunteers on Twitter five photos and then ask which one a researcher has visited. If volunteers guess correctly in three of four trials, it will support the idea of extra sensory perception, Wiseman says.


So remote viewing is getting a sense for a place other people have visited?  I don’t know.  Wouldn’t it be easier just to stalk them?

When they do the test, they’d better make sure nobody is eating ice cream.  Because remote viewing doesn’t work if someone has brain freeze.