Molecular Memories – Book Review

Molecular Memories - Book Review

Chronicle by Founders of Princeton's PEAR Lab is worth the read

Jerry Gin


When FMBR helped host the Society for Scientific Explorations (SSE) a few years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Robert Jahn and Brenda Dunne — two of the long-standing Board members for SSE. I had read about their ground breaking work and Claude Swanson described it to us at his FMBR talk on Life Force, the Scientific Basis. Doing close to the impossible, Robert and Brenda created a laboratory in Princeton, a prestigious university, to study anomalous events with scientific rigor.

The PEAR Laboratory (Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research) was formed in 1978. In the next 30 years, Robert and Brenda proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that intention influences outcomes. They were the pioneers who established the studies with Random Number Generators (RNG) and statistically showed that random becomes non-random when intention is present.

Robert and Brenda wrote a "memoir" of how they met, how PEAR was formed, their many adventures in anomalous science, stories of their various developments such as discovering archaeoacoustics, and the many synchronicities they encountered in their journey. Their book is Molecular Memories is a short, easy-to-read book that chronicles their story.

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