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Probabilistic System Model
Precognition is the psychical influence of an objective environment termed the universal information system, or Nature, which I assume is capable of probabilistically determining the potential trajectory of future events.
This system does not allow exact measurements of positions and velocities. This theory is relative to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.
That is, that certain pairs of physical properties within the system, such as position and momentum, cannot both be known to arbitrary precision. In theory, the more one property is known, the less precisely the other can be known.
This of course raises a particular issue for experients. Since it is impossible for the system to determine both the position and velocity of an object, with any degree of accuracy or certainty, then the nature of the system promotes uncertainty of future events leaving the experient with more than one potential trajectory per object.
At the macroscopic scale, the paths of objects can only be predicted in a probabilistic way. The paths however may not be precisely specified in a complete quantum description of the objects; as “path” is a classical concept in which quantum objects do not precisely possess.
In regards to the universal information system and the experient, predictability deteriorates in time creating an effect on the length of time between the precognitive experience and the actual occurrence of the event to which the experience related.
This has showed itself through analysis to leave the duration between the experience and the occurrence usually around two days time and rarely within one month’s time or more for non-deterministic events.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)