Synchronistic phenomena as entanglement correlations in generalized quantum theory

Journal of Consciousness Studies 14 (4):50-74 (2007)

Abstract
Synchronistic or psi phenomena are interpreted as entanglement correlations in a generalized quantum theory. From the principle that entanglement correlations cannot be used for transmitting information, we can deduce the decline effect, frequently observed in psi experiments, and we propose strategies for suppressing it and improving the visibility of psi effects. Some illustrative examples are discussed.
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