I'm not saying that things disappear when not looking, just not rendered into particle. Your roof will not collapse when not looking because that would violate the rule set of this VR.
These two sentences contradict each other. What do you mean, "just not rendered into particle".
The statement, "your roof will not collapse when not looking" suggests nothing can ever happen to anyone if it's not being looked at to render it.
If you close your eyes, you will still bump into a wall and the roof can still cave in on you. Again, what are you even saying. What do you even think particles are?
Rendering and the consistency of this VR encompass more than just a directly visual line of sight to the environment.
What I'm experimenting with is causing a better then 20% rate of correct guesses.
This kind of confusion is what I was trying to avoid so I apologize. I can feel your frustration.
Particles are information given to a FWAU or IUOC when the information is measured, seen, needed, etc. When a particle is not observed then the system does not need to render it into information/particle. As stated by Tom in the referenced video.
When I get 80% correct, for example, then based on the way particles render and the fact that consciousness can affect the rendering of those particles (based on probability distribution and being level intent) then it seems logical to conclude that one is not merely "psychically seeing" an un-rendered card/particle but rather affecting the result once the card is flipped over.
You're confusing probabilities, just because there is theoretically a 20% chance to choose correctly from 5 cards does not mean your results will equal a perfect 20% rate in reality - whether you are doing anything psychically or not.
The cards are rendered in a probable order regardless of your personal awareness of their order because they rely on past history and other variables that affect their probability, not just your own conscious knowledge of the order. How things are rendered are relative to the VR, not just your personal knowledge. At that point, your actual intent to change the cards is not that significant. You are picking it up intuitively, assuming that even is the case because you can get lucky with a successive hit rate randomly too.
Again, I understand and what you're saying makes sense. It's probably my penmanship so again, bear with me here.
Let me attempt to re-wrap the question in a different way...
The MBT theory supports that conscious intervention in the process from the being level does have an "influence" on the result. Because consciousness has influence then it would hold that consciousness is assisting in rendering the result to one degree or another.
Granted the system does all the "rendering" of particles but as being level, focused, non ego, no judgmental intent is focused on the card then it would hold, based on the theory, that the experimenter may be helping to render the desired result more so than "psychically seeing" it.
So I suppose a better question would be...
Is the LCS working with the experimenter to help them render their "being level" intent or is the LCS helping the experimenter become more psychic?