Fun "remote viewing" experiment Hi guys! I'm happy to be back in the forums after so long :) So here's my story. I personally define "paranormal" as hypothetical "facts" on which we lack info for proving/disapproving/explaining. So I was looking around some "psychic forums" for fun. I'll spare you the backstory, but I opened a thread of a psychic game. In that, (1) a participant chose an item and uploaded a photo of it, then (2) he/she hid the item somewhere in their house (3) the other participants tried to locate it using their "psychic powers". The winner was the next to choose an object. The participants were mostly amateurs who were having fun, but there were a lot of interesting moments, like one time we predicted the object and place before even the person uploading the pic. Among a lot of junk readings, of course. Now, I was wondering, if I were to study the general accuracy what parameters should I set? I'm not actually trying to prove something to the world, as it was not under any pre-designed research restrictions, but it would be an interesting thing to do anyway (there is a lot of material too, over 1,000 posts of replies). And I am just very, very curious about the results I would find out. So, first thoughts: -some participants seem to be more accurate than others -some guessing rounds have more participants than others -some locations have more stuff to guess than others (=more possible to guess details by luck) -I could get a "mostly right/mostly wrong" way of deciding about each post or a % percentage of the details that are right -I wonder how can I find a way to decide the expected percentage of "correct" answers. Any ideas?