Psi Uncertainty Principle

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Definition from My Big TOE

The primary definition of the Psi Uncertainty Principle, taken from pages 449-450 of the All In One Volume version of My Big TOE, Book 2, Section 3, Chapter 47, Uncertainty and the Nature of Psi Phenomena, is as follows, with clarifying additions within braces {}.

The psi uncertainty principle makes the scientific objective measurement of psi performance problematical, but only from the PMR perspective. As soon as there are outside observers to report and measure the miracles (reduce the uncertainty about reported violations of traditional PMR physics), the miracles diminish - and insiders cannot be trusted to be objective and therefore cannot be believed {and therefore can be discounted}.

Let's explore how the randomness of certain natural events is related to the psi uncertainty principle. A focused and directed consciousness (physically embodied or not) may take advantage of the uncertainty or randomness in physical interactions, situations, or phenomena by subtly applying psycho-kinetics (PK) or telepathic suggestion to manipulate events toward a particular outcome. The results of these manipulations would simply appear within PMR to be good or bad luck, an intuitive bolt out of the blue, or a random skewing of the expected statistical distribution. Such manipulations are typically helpful and relatively common. They created no contradictions and pose no causality problems within PMR {widespread loss of belief in PMR as a physically objective reality} as long as there is enough uncertainty (lack of objective proof) to hide the paranormal outside influence and satisfy the psi uncertainty principle.