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Help Develop the First Collective Consciousness App!

posted Jan 29, 2014, 2:36 PM by Lian Sidorov


Collective Consciousness is a mobile phone app designed to let people
explore the relationship between their mind and physical reality.
Essentially it turns the phone into a physical random number generator, like
the ones used in the Global Consciousness Project. Data is collected from
each user automatically, which can be analyzed to look more closely at mass
consciousness effects. The team plans to create an API to allow other
developers to utilize this new "consciousness technology," and access the
live collective consciousness data for their own projects. It's created by
Adam Michael Curry, and the team includes Dean Radin, Roger Nelson, Larry
Dossey, Bob Jahn, Brenda Dunne, and few technologists from Silicon Valley.
The app will be free.

Huff Post Tech Press Release  January 29, 2014

Funding Campaign:  January 9th - March 10th, 2014


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