Everything is information
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.
So how does this mean a ceiling can't collapse on you if you don't look at it, or it "violates the VR".
, particles don't really exist. If the FWAU or IUOC doesn't need the information then it isn't rendered by the system.
In this information based VR there are rule sets. One of the rules is that reality persists even when we don't look however it's not rendered as particle/information unless we do look. In reality it's the information that persists persists not the particle (which is an illusion).
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.
Just because one side of the cards aren't necessarily rendered, it doesn't mean you aren't picking up on a probable outcome. Cards will already exist in a probability distribution relative to other variables and that means you are not likely going to be affecting anything to a significant degree -- this is twice over if your intent wasn't to change the card's outcome in the first place.
This would lead to a conclusion that remote viewing and healing, etc. are a pointless endeavor therefore I have to remain skeptical of that conclusion.
There's also a third possibility that the LCS is doing nothing at all but the evidence based on measurements seems to indicate that one of the first 2 possibilities are at play.
The LCS can intervene if it sees it positive for growth -- however, being able to affect probabilities with our intent is a built in mechanism that incrementally leads to our own personal reality here that reflects our being and consequently our feedback here for growth.
What's the difference between a probability distribution in a deck of cards as opposed to any other scenario? Everything has a probability distribution. The fundamentals that hold true for one distribution should hold true for others unless there's an intervention of the LCS or and/or an intervention of the consciousness of the experimenter.
On one hand you're saying the experimenter has influence and then on the other you say the experimenter has very little influence. Granted the level of influence depends on the individual's ability/growth/etc.
I was hoping to gain insight here in this thread and interestingly, though all of this, I think I've answered my own question... Or should I say the LCS and others helped to evolve the answer I was looking for...
The LCS may render intent from the distribution, it may psychically give information based on the distribution or it does nothing but render randomly based on the distribution.
There's no way to know for sure BUT it can be measured that there's a deviation from "random" when focused "being level" intent (from the heart) is involved. This coherence can be measured and subsequent results are encouraging and led to the initial question. If you can eliminate "random" most of the time from the experiment then that opens a door to further understanding of the LCS from a scientific perspective.