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Online/automated psi experiments, past and present
#1
After I mentioned online experiments on another thread, Laird posted a link to one devised by Daryl Bem (which I see is temporarily offline):
http://bempsi.org/

Perhaps it would be interesting to collect a list of similar experiments, whether they are still running or not. 

One long-term one is:
The RetroPsychoKinesis Project (John Walker, Fourmilab)
http://www.fourmilab.ch/rpkp/

I'm sure there are or have been quite a few more. 

Another past automated experiment that came to mind was the "Mind Machine" designed by Richard Wiseman for a travelling exhibition. The abstract of the published paper (from 2002) is here:
http://uhra.herts.ac.uk/handle/2299/2279
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Links to additional online psi tests include:

http://psiresearch.com/

http://www.intuitiontest.org/

http://psiresearch.org/tsirelson/
(appears inactive now)

http://www.psychicscience.org/pk5.aspx
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And let's not forget Rupert Sheldrake's automated telephone telepathy tests:

http://www.sheldrake.org/participate/tel...pathy-test
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One of the three experiments reported in this paper fits in here:

http://deanradin.com/evidence/RadinPhysicsEssays2013.pdf
Psychophysical interactions with a double-slit interference pattern
Dean Radin, Leena Michel, James Johnston and Arnaud Delorme
Physics Essays 26(4), 553-566 (2013)

The relevant parts of the abstract are:
Previously reported experiments suggested that interference patterns generated by a
double-slit optical system were perturbed by a psychophysical (i.e., mind–matter) interaction.
Three new experiments were conducted to further investigate this phenomenon. 
...
The second experiment used a duplicate double-slit system and similar test protocol, but it was conducted
over the Internet by streaming data to participants’ web browsers. Some 685 people from six continents
contributed 2089 experimental sessions. Results were similar to those observed in the first
experiment, but smaller in magnitude (effect size = -0.09 +/- 0.02, p = 2.6x10-6). Data from 2303
control sessions, conducted automatically every 2 h using the same equipment but without observers
showed no effect (effect size = -0.01 +/- 0.02, p = 0.61). Distance between participants and the
optical system, ranging from 1 km to 18,000 km, showed no correlation with experimental effect
size...
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