The blind protocol and its place in consciousness research.

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This paper describes the development of the blind protocol, and its place in this history of consciousness research. It was first devised by Croesus, King of the Lydians (BCE 560-547) and reported by Herodotus ( approximately BCE 484 - approximately 424), and was created to protect against fraud in assessing an Anomalous Perception (AP) event; a Remote… (More)

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@article{Schwartz2005TheBP, title={The blind protocol and its place in consciousness research.}, author={Stephan A. Schwartz}, journal={Explore}, year={2005}, volume={1 4}, pages={284-9} }