You keep making comments like these: But the more you say the more I become convinced of your ignorance of statsitics. Do you even know how they calculated the probability to test against in the Ganzfield experiments? As well as recording what the recipients saw, they present the recipient with four photos consisting of three decoys and the actual image viewed by the sender, and asked them to indicate which of the photos was most like what they saw. The assumption then is that they havean accuracy of 25% over a large number ofc experiments, and that the accuracy results of such random selection are normally distributed. Oops. Looks like not only do I understand statistics, but that I understand the ganzfield experiments (or at the very least how they were originally setup).