del Sitio Web  GlobalConsciousnessProject

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Movies (sample above)

show the eggs' locations and activity.

 

(English data far below.)

 

No notamos que nuestros pensamientos estén separados del interior de nuestro cuerpo. Experimentamos la belleza del mundo que nos rodea al instante, sabemos de nuestros seres queridos desde muy lejos, y saltamos en nuestros pensamientos hacia las estrellas.

 

La investigación sobre las anomalías de la consciencia nos muestra que podemos tener vías de comunicación directa unos con otros, y que las intenciones pueden tener efectos en el mundo, a pesar de las distancias y las barreras físicas. La evidencia nos obliga a aceptar correlaciones que aún no podemos explicar. Parece como si la consciencia pudiera producir en determinados casos algo que se asemeja, al menos metafóricamente, a un campo no local.

 

El Proyecto de la Consciencia Global (GCP) toma esa posibilidad como punto de inicio para la investigación de la posibilidad de que esos campos generados por consciencias individuales pueden interactuar y combinarse, y en último extremo incluso tener una presencia mundial.

 

Debido a que estamos totalmente ocupados con nuestras propias vidas, queda muy poco para que pueda producirse algún tipo de estructura en el campo, con lo que éste es aleatorio y no detectable. Pero ocasionalmente hay sucesos de repercusiones globales que nos hacen centrar a muchos de nosotros en un mismo punto de atención y a una inusual coherencia de pensamientos y sensaciones.

 

Para estudiar los efectos de una posible consciencia global, hemos creado una red mundial de detectores sincronizados sensibles a la coherencia y la resonancia en el campo de lo mental. Flujos continuos de datos son enviados a través de Internet para archivarse y correlacionarse con sucesos que podrían representar una consciencia de ámbito mundial.

 

Ejemplos de lo que parece ser que puede haberse producido son:

  • los funerales de la princesa Diana

  • los minutos previos a la medianoche en la nochevieja

  • la primera hora de bombardeo de la OTAN en Yugoslavia

  • algunos terremotos importantes

  • ahora el desastre de la torres gemelas (WTC)

Este Proyecto de Consciencia Global empezó a registrar datos en agosto de 1998.

 

Desde entonces se ha ido ampliando hasta 40 lugares distribuidos por todo el mundo, desde los cuales se generan y registran datos segundo a segundo. Aquí describimos todos los aspectos del proyecto y facilitamos el acceso público a los datos.

 

Los botones que se encuentran en la parte superior de la página le conectarán con:

  • secciones relacionadas con los antecedentes y desarrollo del proyecto (Propósito)

  • métodos experimentales y registro de predicción (Procedimientos)

  • acceso a los datos en varias formas (Acceso datos)

  • informes de la actividad presente (NetStatus)

  • información útil para las personas que estén interesadas en colaborar (Participar)

También encontrará resúmenes de los análisis formales así como enlaces para interesantes y provocadoras reflexiones en la página Resultados actuales.

Se ruega aceptar las frecuentes referencias a la "consciencia global" tan solo como metáfora. Es solo una expresión para un posible fenómeno cuyos efectos y correlaciones continúan siendo misteriosos. Todo esto es muy sutil y delicado y actualmente tan solo podemos aportar los datos, esperando comprender mejor su significado a medida que avanzamos en nuestra investigación.

Puede leerse una detallada descripción del PCG (GCP) siguiendo los enlaces Página siguiente, o bien encontrar breves notas y buscar información específica siguiendo los enlaces situados debajo de la página. El enlace Mapa del Lugar incluye un Motor de búsqueda. La página Medios de comunicación esbozan nuestros medios y expectativas para las presentaciones públicas del proyecto.

Análisis de la respuesta de los EGG a los ataques terroristas al WTC y al Pentágono el 11 de Septiembre del 2001, se pueden ver aquí.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

The Global Consciousness Project

 

The Global Consciousness Project, also called the EGG Project, is an international, multidisciplinary collaboration of scientists, engineers, artists and others. We collect data continuously from a global network of physical random number generators located in 65 host sites around the world. The archive contains more than 10 years of random data in parallel sequences of synchronized 200-bit trials every second.

Our purpose is to examine subtle correlations that may reflect the presence and activity of consciousness in the world. We predict structure in what should be random data, associated with major global events. When millions of us share intentions and emotions the GCP/EGG network shows small but meaningful differences from expectation.

This suggests that large scale group consciousness has effects in the physical world. We need to know about this, and learn to use our full capacities for creative movement toward a conscious future.

 

 

 

 

The Real-time Dot

 

 

How it works

The Global Consciousness Project collects random numbers from around the world. These numbers are available on the GCP website.

 

This website downloads those numbers once a minute and performs sophisticated analysis on these random numbers to see how coherent they are.

 

That is, how probable it is that the numbers are generated as they are. The theory is that the Global Consciousness of all the people of the world affect these random numbers...

 

Maybe they aren't quite as random as we thought.

The probability time window is one hour.

 

For more information on the algorithm you can read about it on the GCP Basic Science page

Significantly small network variance. Suggestive of deeply shared, internally motivated group focus. The index is above 95%

Small network variance. Probably chance fluctuation. The index is between 90% and 95%

Normally random network variance. This is average or expected behavior. The index is between 40% and 90%

Slightly increased network variance. Probably chance fluctuation. The index is between 10% and 40%

Strongly increased network variance. May be chance fluctuation, with the index between 5% and 10%

Significantly large network variance. Suggests broadly shared coherence of thought and emotion. The index is less than 5%

 

 

 

 

 

Egg Host Information

The following table shows all eggs (EGG - "ElectroGaiaGram" - analogous to an electro-encephalograph taken of the human brain) in the order they came online, their unique ID number, the internet connection as ETH (continuous) or D&D (dial and drop), the type of REG device, the egg hosts, the egg's location, latitude and longitude, and its installation date.

 

Contact information is given for some of the hosts in the NetStatus table. 

 

 

 

Number  

ID-Connect  

Coordinates  

State  

Device type  

Contact person  

Period  

Comments  

1

1-ETH

(40.364º φ, -74.656º λ)

Princeton, NJ, USA

MINDSONG

Roger Nelson

1998-08-02 ...

was PEAR to 010810

2

37-ETH

(47.079º φ, 7.062º λ)

Neuchâtel, Switzerland

PEAR

John Walker

1998-08-02 ...

 

3

28-ETH

(40.35º φ, -74.659º λ)

Princeton, NJ, USA

MINDSONG 232

Roger Nelson

1998-08-04 ...

was PEAR to 020822

4

112-ETH

(47.079º φ, 7.062º λ)

Neuchâtel, Switzerland

MINDSONG

John Walker

1998-08-10 ...

(was 1003)

5

33

(35.989º φ, -84.225º λ)

USA Knoxville, TN, USA

PEAR

Greg Nelson

1998-08-26 ... XXXX-XX-XX

OFF; Packets offtime

5

34-ETH

(40.4º φ, -74.6395º λ)

Rocky Hill, NJ

PEAR

Greg Nelson

2001-05-11 ... XXXX-XX-XX

OFF; Packets offtime

6

1000-ETH

(52.35º φ, 4.867º λ)

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ORION

Dick Bierman

1998-09-02 ...

 

7

1005-ETH

(37.783º φ, -122.455º λ)

San Francisco, CA, USA

ORION

Steven Foster, Jim Fournier, Doug Piercy, Rob Miller

1998-10-14 ... 2007?

Changing to Gosney

8

1021-ETH

(37.365º φ, -121.967º λ)

Santa Clara, CA, USA

ORION

Mike Cheponis

1998-12-15 ...

 

9

1022-ETH

(52.274º φ, 10.528º λ)

Braunschweig, Germany

ORION

Reinhard Caspary, Udo Unrau

1998-12-23 ...

 

10

1023

(35.981º φ, -78.915º λ)

Durham, NC, USA

ORION

Richard Broughton

1998-12-29 ... XXXX-00-00

OFF

10

1029-ETH

(35.981º φ, -78.915º λ)

Durham, NC, USA

ORION

John Palmer, Bob Bourgeois

2003-02-03 ...

 

11

101-ETH

(55.95º φ, -3.167º λ)

Edinburgh, Scotland

MINDSONG

Paul Stevens

1999-03-16 ...

 

12

103-D&D

(30.306º φ, -97.751º λ)

Austin, TX, USA (was San Antonio)

MINDSONG

Gary Heseltine (was Rick Berger)

1999-03-19 ...

 

13

102-D&D

(48.217º φ, 16.367º λ)

Wien, Austria

MINDSONG Win98, 200101

Peter Mulacz

1999-04-17 ...

 

14

100-ETH

(-17.75º φ, 177.45º λ)

Suva, Fiji

MINDSONG

Robin Taylor, Simon Greaves

1999-04-27 ...

 

15

110-ETH

(39.02º φ, -104.75º λ)

Black Forest, CO, USA

MINDSONG Debian

Bdale Garbee

1999-04-30 ...

 

16

109-ETH

(33.527º φ, -117.704º λ)

Laguna Niguel, CA, USA

MINDSONG

George deBeaumont

1999-05-02 ...

OFF; lost contact

17

106-ETH

(43.171º φ, -77.562º λ)

Rochester, NY, USA

MINDSONG

Ryan Tucker

1999-05-21 ...

 

18

115-ETH

(53.5º φ, -113.5º λ)

Edmonton, AB, Canada

MINDSONG

Ed Boraas

1999-05-21 ...

 

19

107-ETH

(48.03º φ, 7.833º λ)

Freiburg, Germany

MINDSONG

Jiri Wackermann

1999-05-28 ... 2002-02-28

OFF

20

114-D&D

(13º φ, 80.183º λ)

Chennai (Madras), India

MINDSONG

Chino Srinivasan, Anand Krishnan, Srikanth

1999-07-07 ...

OFF 2007, ISP block

21

111-ETH

(-36.73º φ, 174.74º λ)

Auckland, New Zealand

MINDSONG

Barry Fenn, Bryan Roberts

1999-07-13 ...

 

22

1027-ETH

(39.202º φ, -84.404º λ)

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, was State College, PA

ORION->ORION

Doug Mast

1999-09-28 ... replaced with 1070

was 40.791, -77.858

23

1025-ETH

(-6.15º φ, 106.85º λ)

Jakarta, Indonesia

ORION

Jeroen Martinot

1999-10-30 ... 2001-06-29

OFF; contact moved from Jakarta

24

1024-ETH

(-36.83º φ, 174.64º λ)

Auckland, New Zealand

ORION

Sze Tan

1999-11-15 ...

OFF, retired

25

108-ETH

(-23.265º φ, -45.856º λ)

Sao Paulo, Brazil was Sao Jose' dos Campos

MINDSONG

Pedro P.B. de Oliveira

1999-12-15 ...

 

26

116-ETH

(48.217º φ, 16.367º λ)

Wien, Austria

MINDSONG

Robert Pucher, Gerhard Hipfinger, Michael Braunstorfer, Alexander Nimmervoll

1999-12-22 ...

 

27

105-D&D

(48.85º φ, 2.333º λ)

Paris, France

MINDSONG

Mario Varvoglis, Laurent Briois, Gregory Gutierez, Pierre Macias

1999-12-26 ...

 

28

118-ETH

(37.951º φ, -122.361º λ)

Richmond, CA, USA

MINDSONG

Loren Carpenter

1999-12-29 ...

 

29

1026-D&D

(13.8º φ, 77.3º λ)

Bangalore, India

ORION Win95, 200012

Chino Srinivasan, Srikanth, Kishor

1999-12-30 ...

OFF 2007? ISP block

30

119-ETH

(-33.31º φ, 26.52º λ)

Grahamstown, South Africa

MINDSONG

Richard Ragland, Chris Stones, Jacot Guillarmod

2000-04-26 ...

(move to #97)

31

134-ETH

(55.6º φ, 13º λ)

Malmö, Sweden

MINDSONG Debian

Isak Johnsson, Peter Eriksson ('til 2005)

2000-09-06 ...

 

32

142-ETH

(55.44º φ, 12.529º λ)

Soeborg to Valby, Denmark

MINDSONG Debian to Win XP

Klaus A. Seistrup to Christian Andreasen

2005-02-28, was 2000-09-25 ...

was 55.733, 12.666

33

2000-ETH

(43.111º φ, -88.5º λ)

Oconomowoc, WI, USA

ORION Win NT

Paul Bethke

2000-10-25 ...

 

34

2001-ETH

(37.299º φ, -121.994º λ)

San Jose, CA, USA

ORION Win 2K

Dean Radin, Dick Shoup

2000-11-02 ...

 

35

2002-ETH

(41.664º φ, -83.582º λ)

Strongsville, OH, USA; was San Antonio, TX, USA

ORION Win 2K

Rick Berger

2005-10-15, was 2000-12-02 ...

was 29.493, -98.617

36

161-ETH

(-33.883º φ, 151.201º λ)

Sydney, Australia

MINDSONG Debian

Anand Kumria, Christian Kent

2000-12-12 ...

 

37

2173-D&D

(43.62º φ, 1.45º λ)

Toulouse, France

MINDSONG Win 98

Pierre Macias

2000-12-29 ...

 

38

2165-ETH

(-37.008º φ, 174.792º λ)

Auckland, was Wellington, New Zealand

MINDSONG Win 98

Ross George, (was Miles Thompson)

2002-05-13; was 2001-02-06 ...

was -41.25, 174.75

39

1013-ETH

(-23.3º φ, -46.3º λ)

Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil

ORION Linux

Agostinho Serrano de Andrade Neto

2001-02-13 ...

OFF; to Cuba as 2013

40

1223-ETH

(35.57º φ, -82.55º λ)

Asheville, NC, USA

ORION, Debian on Mac

Richard Wallace

2001-05-20 ...

was 223, 1st tried MINDSONG; 051113 -> Gentoo Linux on PC

41

2006-ETH

(51.5º φ, -0.116º λ)

London, England, UK

ORION Win 2K

Sina Morawej

2001-05-25 ...

Transfer to 98

42

2222-D&D

(42.275º φ, -83.731º λ)

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

MINDSONG Win2K

Fred Bosick

2001-05-31 ...

 

43

226-ETH

(43º φ, -81.25º λ)

London, Ontario, CA

MINDSONG Win2K

Robert Downie, transfer Quinn

2001-08-12 ...

becomes 85

44

2225-D&D

(31.25º φ, 34.84º λ)

Beer-Sheva, Israel

MINDSONG Win2K

Joseph Menahem

2001-08-29 ...

 

45

2221-ETH

(40.67º φ, -73.944º λ)

New York City, NY, USA

MINDSONG->Orion WinME

Lisette Coly, Nancy Zingrone, Ian Clarke

2004-08-05, was 2001-09-29 ...

replace device #o050, 040805

46

2220-ETH

(41.386º φ, -83.326º λ)

Gibsonburg, Ohio, USA

MINDSONG Win2k

Nick Reiter, Lori Schillig

2001-11-01 ...

 

47

2231-ETH

(59.38º φ, 18º λ)

Västerhaninge, Sweden

MINDSONG Win98SE

Henry Blom, transfer Thorsbro

2001-11-24 ...

Became 231, Same physical REG

48

227-ETH

(43.59º φ, -79.46º λ)

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

MINDSONG Linux

Clifford Roche

2001-11-26 ...

OFF, transferred

48

227-ETH

(44.67º φ, -63.58º λ)

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

MINDSONG Linux

Chris Hynes

...

OFF; transfer 2003-05-24, unsuccessful

49

228-ETH

(62.821º φ, 11.202º λ)

Hessdalen, Norway

MINDSONG Linux

Erling Strand

2001-11-27 ...

 

50

2007-ETH

(26.86º φ, -80.065º λ)

Juno Beach, FL, USA

ORION Win 2000

Norman Hirsch

2001-12-07 ...

 

51

2178-ETH

(37.187º φ, -122.121º λ)

Boulder Creek, CA, USA

MINDSONG Win 98

Tom Beckman, Mike Atkinson

2001-12-10 ...

 

52

233-ETH

(-1.283º φ, 36.817º λ)

Nairobi, Kenya, Africa

MINDSONG Linux

Luke Ouko, Odhiambo

2001-12-19 ... XXXX-XX-XX

OFF; lost contact

53

230-ETH

(46.067º φ, -118.334º λ)

Walla Walla, WA, USA

ORION was MINDSONG to 030620 Win ME

Michael Breland, Martin Manny

2001-12-21 ...

becomes 2230, Different physical REGs

54

1101-ETH

(35.694º φ, 139.767º λ)

Tokyo, Japan

ORION Linux

Masato Ishikawa, Hideki Matsuzaki, Tatsu Hirukawa

2002-01-08 ...

 

55

231-ETH

(55.717º φ, 12.45º λ)

Copenhagen, DK

MINDSONG Linux

Brian Peter Thorsbro, was Henry Blom

2002-01-19 ...

 

56

1004-ETH

(64.795º φ, -147.386º λ)

AK, USA

ORION Linux

Michael Walker

2001-03-07 ...

 

57

2236-D&D

(31.242º φ, 121.504º λ)

Shanghai, China

MINDSONG Win 98?

Jammy Xie

2002-03-03 ...

 

58

237-ETH

(55.75º φ, 37.617º λ)

Moscow, Russia

MINDSONG Win98SE, was Linux

Sergey Medvedev, Ramil Yafizov

2002-02-05, on2 2004-02-27 ...

was OFF Stolen but recovered, return 040227

59

2235-ETH

(43.07º φ, 131.54º λ)

Vladivostok, Russia

MINDSONG Win 98?

Oleg Avchenko

2002-04-17 ...

 

60

2008-ETH

(49.284º φ, -123.11º λ)

Vancouver, Canada

ORION Win NT

Frank Ogden, Jim Semenick

2002-07-09 ...

Our only floating egg

61

2009-ETH

(41.2º φ, -8.6º λ)

Porto, Portugal

ORION Win 2K?

Hugo Ferriera

2002-07-23 ...

 

62

2239-ETH

(-38º φ, 175º λ)

KihiKihi, New Zealand

ORION Win 98SE

Duanne McMahon

2002-08-27 off 2002-08-30 ...

OFF

63

2024-ETH

(14.617º φ, 121.05º λ)

Manila, Philippines

ORION Win 98SE

Mike Mangubat, Beth McDonald, Chris Remoto, Jojo Jimenez

2002-10-01 ...

 

64

2028-ETH

(52.09º φ, 5.18º λ)

Soest, The Netherlands

ORION Win 2000

Lex Sjoerds

2002-10-16 ...

 

65

2044-ETH

(9.5º φ, 100.24º λ)

Koh Samui, Thailand

ORION Win 2000

John Robarge

2002-12-17 ...

OFF 2004?

66

2023-ETH

(50.933º φ, 6.95º λ)

Cologne, Germany

ORION Win 2000?

Johannes Hagel, Margot Tschapke

2003-01-18 ...

 

67

2022-ETH

(4.9º φ, -52.5º λ)

Cayenne, French Guiana

ORION Win NT

Olivier Guin

2003-01-29 ...

OFF 2005?

68

2027-PPP

(38.027º φ, 23.733º λ)

Athens, Greece

ORION Win 2000

Panos Axiomakaros

2003-04-02 ...

 

69

2234-ETH

(35.694º φ, 139.767º λ)

Seoul, Korea

MINDSONG Windows

Yong Hwan Kim, Hojun Na

2003-05-05 ...

 

70

2013-ETH

(23.133º φ, -82.367º λ)

Havana, Cuba

ORION Linux

Carlos Delgado

2003-06-02 ...

was 39 1013, OFF 2007?

71

2026-ETH

(50.083º φ, 14.433º λ)

Prague, Czech Republic

ORION Win 2000

Vadim Petrov

2003-06-09 ...

OFF, becomes 79

72

1025-ETH

(46.76º φ, 23.591º λ)

Cluj-Napoca, Romania

ORION Linux

Adrian Patrut

2003-06-29 ...

 

73

1113-ETH

(34.056º φ, -118.43º λ)

Los Angeles, CA, USA

PEAR Linux

Ian Cook

2003-08-20 ...

 

74

2040-ETH

(55.803º φ, 37.641º λ)

Moscow, Russia

ORION Linux

Vasiliy Malyshev (was Dmitriy Kulikov)

2006-10-25 (orig 2003-09-01) ...

was 55.750, 37.617

75

2043-ETH

(33.669º φ, -117.822º λ)

Irvine, CA, USA

ORION Win XP

Dr. Jes

2003-10-29 ...

Transfer to Heiner 3043

76

2041-ETH

(-34.767º φ, 138.537º λ)

Adelaide, Australia

ORION Win XP

Graham Andrew

2003-12-17 ...

 

77

2046-ETH

(-19.917º φ, -43.933º λ)

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

ORION Win 2K

Joao Vicente Dornas

2004-01-20 ...

OFF 2006? transfer to 92

78

2042-ETH

(45.438º φ, 9.97º λ)

Verona, Italia

ORION Win XP

Matteo Mion

2004-02-17 ...

 

79

2026-ETH

(49.425º φ, 12.825º λ)

Klenci pod Cerchovem, Czech Republic

ORION Win XP

Dalibor Bartos

2004-02-20 ...

OFF 2005? transfer, was 71

80

2047-ETH

(66º φ, 16.647º λ)

Vuollerim, Sweden

ORION Win XP

Annchristine Anderson, Audun Otterbech, Anders Y Larsson

2004-03-25 ...

 

81

2045-ETH

(21.317º φ, -157.805º λ)

Kaneohe, Hawaii

ORION Win XP

Michiel Schotten, Karen Maruska

2004-04-14 ...

OFF 2007?

82

2073-ETH

(34.53º φ, 32.23º λ)

Peyia, Cyprus

ORION Win XP

Linda LeBlanc, John Knowles, Geoff Rudge

2004-04-16 ...

hardware change, Oct 2007, 2048 defective

83

2049-ETH

(38.316º φ, 26.635º λ)

Izmir, Turkey

ORION Win XP

Inci Erkin, Mustafa Haznedaroglu

2004-05-06 ...

 

84

2052-ETH

(37.873º φ, 23.759º λ)

Athens, Greece

ORION Win 2000

John Piliounis

2004-06-15 ...

 

85

226-ETH

(43.683º φ, -79.767º λ)

Brampton, Ontario, Canada

MINDSONG Mandrake Linux

Steve Quinn

2004-09-29 ...

 

86

2060-ETH

(38.71º φ, -9.13º λ)

Lisbon, Portugal

ORION Windows 2000

Jaime Machado

2004-10-04 ...

 

87

1051-ETH

(35.733º φ, -78.883º λ)

Apex, NC, USA

ORION RedHat Linux

David Hinson

2004-10-21 ...

 

88

2061-ETH

(19.467º φ, -99.15º λ)

Cuauhtémoc, México

ORION Windows 98?

Natalie Larrodé

2004-11-23 ...

OFF 2006?

89

1063-ETH

(58.367º φ, 25.583º λ)

Tallinn, Estonia

ORION Fedora Linux

Henri Laupmaa

2004-12-10 ...

 

90

2120-ETH

(5.983º φ, 116.067º λ)

Penampang, Sabah Malaysia

MINDSONG Windows XP

Arthur Eeckart

2005-02-14 ...

 

91

2062-ETH

(4.65º φ, -74.05º λ)

Bogota, Colombia, South America

ORION Windows 98

Sergio Carvajal

2005-03-16 ...

OFF 2006?

92

2046-ETH

(-34.333º φ, -58.5º λ)

Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America

ORION Linux

Andres Kievsky

2005-05-12 ...

transfer, was 77, but No Data

93

2088-ETH

(32.293º φ, -64.785º λ)

Hamilton, Bermuda

ORION Win XP

Walter Cooke

2005-09-27 ...

 

94

2064-ETH

(24.77º φ, 120.958º λ)

Hsinchu, Taiwan

ORION Win XP

Phillip Adam Ward

2005-09-30 ...

 

95

2083-ETH

(25.078º φ, 121.544º λ)

Hsin Chu City, Taiwan

ORION Win XP

Tong-Miin Liou

2006-03-02 ...

 

96

1066-ETH

(37.284º φ, -5.925º λ)

Sevilla, Spain

ORION Debian Linux

Fernando Lucas Rodríguez

2006-03-08 ...

 

97

2006-ETH

(53.682º φ, -2.165º λ)

Rochdale, England, UK

ORION Windows 2000?

J. Miles Heaton Cooper

2006-03-15 ...

was 41

98

119-ETH

(-26.1º φ, 28.07º λ)

Sandton, South Africa

MINDSONG Linux

Aurelian Duarte

2006-03-24 ...

was #30

99

2080-ETH

(-33.485º φ, -70.518º λ)

Santiago, Chile

ORION Win XP

Fernando Erbetta Doyharcabal

2006-04-11 ...

 

100

2070-ETH

(9.403º φ, -84.158º λ)

Quepos, Costa Rica

ORION Windows XP

James Lindelien

2006-09-29 ...

OFF 2007?

101

2084-ETH

(39.917º φ, 116.417º λ)

Beijing, China

ORION Windows XP

Peter Sallade

2007-01-07 ...

 

102

2069-ETH

(-34.592º φ, -58.399º λ)

Buenos Aires, Argentina

ORION Windows XP

Kristen Neiling

2007-02-22 ...

 

103

1082-ETH

(54.834º φ, 83.11º λ)

Novosibirsk, Russia

ORION FreeBSD

Ivan Avdeyev

2009-01-07 ...

Feb 2007, no success

104

2091-ETH

(-12.07º φ, -77.15º λ)

Lima, Peru

ORION Windows XP

Vasco Masias, Yoel Celis Chlimper

2008-04-11 ...

 

105

1092-ETH

(60.218º φ, 24.813º λ)

Helsinki, Finland

ORION Linux

Jyri Hovila

2008-04-25 ...

 

106

3043-ETH

(33.669º φ, -117.822º λ)

Irvine, CA, USA

ORION Linux

Chris Heiner

2008-04-28 ...

was 2043

107

2093-ETH

(41.447º φ, -66.076º λ)

Saint John, NB, Canada

ORION, Windows XP

Cheryl Horgan

2008-05-02 ...

No data

108

2094-ETH

(43.205º φ, 27.92º λ)

Varna, Bulgaria

ORION, Windows XP

Filip V. Filipov

2008-11-12 ...

 

109

2097-ETH

(-34.61º φ, -58.427º λ)

Buenos Aires

ORION, Windows XP

Maurice Taslik

2008-11-12 ...

 

110

3045-ETH

(22.095º φ, -159.351º λ)

Kapaa, Hawaii

ORION, Windows XP

Michele Zina, Andre Zina

2009-02-23 ...

 

111

3005-ETH

(37.775º φ, -122.416º λ)

San Francisco

ORION, Win Serv 2003

Scott Ciliberti, Rich Glintenkamp

2009-03-05 ...

was geomeme egg 1005

112

2247-ETH

(35.747º φ, -89.536º λ)

Ripley, Tennessee

ORION, Windows XP

John Todd

2009-03-23 ...

 

113

2242-ETH

(50.363º φ, -4.742º λ)

Eden Project, UK

ORION, Windows XP

Lisa Cronin, Nick Argent, Martyn Fellows

2009-04-01 ...

 

114

1095-ETH

(-28.072º φ, 26.065º λ)

Northcliff, South Africa

ORION, CentOS Linux

Brett Cave

2009-??-?? ...

 

115

3023-ETH

(8.05º φ, 52.267º λ)

Muenster, Germany

ORION, DamnSmallLinux

Florian Gruenert, Tilman Schoeps

2009-??-?? ...

was 2023 Koeln

117

2250-ETH

(45.282º φ, -75.737º λ)

Ottawa, Canada

ORION, Win 2000

William Treurniet

2009-04-23 ...

Potential experiments

118

1096-ETH

(1.362º φ, 103.878º λ)

Singapore

ORION, Linux

Kartik Budhraja

2009-05-14 ... null

 

118

2240-ETH

(47.964º φ, -114.189º λ)

Lakeside, Montana

ORION, Win 2000

Jimmie Sue Reneau

2009-05-?? ...

 

 

 

 

 

Realtime Display

 

Shows current data, raw or summarized.

 

This is an online presentation of the most recent data accumulated by the GCP network. There are several visual options and accompanying sounds, all based on the actual data from the network of Eggs. For practical reasons, the momentary data cannot be presented in a synchronized computation, and what you will see are data that are about 10 minutes old.

 

This page uses JavaScript, and requires considerable time to load and compute, but it is very much worth the wait.

 

 

The GCP EGG Basket Observer

 

This applet displays near-realtime (20-minute delay) behavior of a network of hardware-based random event generators (REG) located at host sites around the world. The information received from those devices may be thought of as an "ElectroGaiaGram" (EGG), (analogous to an electro-encephalograph taken of the human brain).

 

The network is maintained by the Global Consciousness Project (GCP) and has been running since August, 1998. Random numbers from the REGs are transmitted via the Internet and archived on a server in Princeton, New Jersey, USA.

New data samples are received each second, and the applet displays the information in several forms to show how much each reading, or the entire set of readings, is different from the expected values. Of course, any series of random numbers will vary widely.

 

But as data accumulate from one REG or from a collection of REGs over a period of time, non-random deviations will compound as a "signal" while random noise will cancel itself. In general, our calculations on the EGG data consist of statistical analysis of how much the data differs from what is expected.

 

The GCP focuses on periods of time when the emotions of large numbers of people may be stirred -- for example terrorist attacks and the deaths of celebrities. More information about the project and its results can be found at http://noosphere.princeton.edu

This applet has four modes for displaying the EGG data in raw and analyzed form. Because effects only become clear over time (a "moment" in global consciousness is an hour or more to us) one should be cautious about reading too much into these displays.
 


"Real-Time"
Each display element represents one REG. During each second, the REG takes a 200 one-bit trials (a zero or a one). Since the generator is a random output device, it is expected that there should be about 100 ones and 100 zeros. The relative amount by which the results of those 200 trials differ from the expected 50-50 is indicated by a block of color.

 

The height of the block and the brightness of the color indicate how unlikely the results are. (Since any random event stream will become unlikely at some point, an instance of one, or even a few, REGs reporting unlikely results does not mean very much by itself).
 


"Cum. Seconds" (cumulative seconds) "Cum. Minutes" (cumulative minutes)
These displays, one drawing second-by-second, the other drawing minute-by-minute summaries, display a center line (indicating expected results) and another line that wanders from side-to-side to indicate the accumulating results [Z²].

 

The brightness of the colors for both the "result" line and the background indicate how much the results differ from the expected -- the brighter the color, the higher the deviation.
 


"Net. Variance" (network variance)
The network variance is a calculation of how much the collection of REGs, as a group, is differing from the overall expected result. It is indicated by a colored dot that grow or shrinks from second-to-second. Because it is a group result, the deviations tend to be smaller, often there appears to be no result at all. To help see the change better, 10-times and 20-times zooming can be selected (in the upper right of the display).

The Global Consciousness Project is an international collaboration involving about 75 scientists, artists, and business people. The project was created and is directed by Roger Nelson, of Princeton.

This BasketObserver applet is based upon the work of several persons. Design: Dick Bierman (The Netherlands). Programming: Jeroen Ruuward (The Netherlands), Nishith Singh (India), Taylor Jackson (Canada), Dale H (USA).



Data Time Offset
If you receive no data for display, it may be the result of one of several conditions relating to network delays or time zone calculations.

To try to correct the problem, select the "2 hours" button then check the real-time screen for data. If you get data, try selecting a lower offset.

The goal is to use the lowest offset that will still give you an active display.

 

 

See the The GCP EGG Basket Observer

 

 

 

Videos

 

CBS News segment on the Global Consciousness Project

by GCPvideos

 

 

 

Correspondent Brendan Keefe

reports on the Global Consciousness Project for CBS News2 NY May 13, 2005

 

 

 

GCP on NBC11 KNTV

by GCPvideos

 

 

 

News Item on GCP: Garvin Thomas and Dean Smith, KNTV, San Francisco,

did a special report, March 23 2006, titled "The Science of Connecting Mind Over Matter".

It includes interviews with egg host Mike Cheponis and analyst Dean Radin. It is linked at NBC11.com.