I wanted to relate the results of an experiment I came across in the appendix of a book called Dogs That Know When Their Owners are Coming Home and Other Unexplained Powers of Animals by Rupert Sheldrake. I mentioned this in another post, about a year and a half ago, but never expanded upon it. I, overall, found this the most intriguing experiment of all within this book. It was in the appendix, so it was not done by the author, but a different individual party.
There was an experiment once done on newly hatched baby chicks and the imprinting process.
A group of chicks that had not imprinted on a hen were placed next to an area with a robot controlled by a random number generator. The number generator instructed the robot in it's direction of movement, and the distance it moved in one direction before the new random number changed the direction. A control group of chicks that were allowed to imprint on a hen were also placed near an area beside a similarly controlled robot.
It was found in this experiment that the robot next to chicks who had imprinted on a robot, and not a hen, stayed much closer to the chicks than the other robot next to the chicks that had already imprinted on a hen.
So in effect, the chicks were controlling the numbers in the random generator, and the ones that thought of the robot as their mother were keeping their "mother" close to them.
My immediate thought was that this could have other uses (besides affecting the outcome of lottery numbers, and other gambling chances). It could be used to control the location and timing of quakes. And the more people who are thinking it could actually bring on the quake, or hold it off until a better time. There may be some telekinetic ability to bring it on, or delay it, especially if many people are thinking alike. This is a whole other area that would be very interesting to experiment with. Perhaps the group could concentrate on an agreed area, and see what happens. All we would need is a specific date, time and location. For sake of safety an area with low population would be ideal at first.
Here is the site address for the details of the experiment described above: http://gerp.free.fr/rpeoch-chicks.htm