Marty Rosenblatt holds a B.A. and M.S. in physics from University of California at Los Angeles. Marty has worked as a computational physicist and managed many projects in development and application of sophisticated computer programs for analyzing high-energy problems of interest to the U.S. Department of Defense and NASA such as hypervelocity impact and nuclear weapons effects. He was a founder, CEO and senior staff scientist of PhysiComp Corporation (1994) and its internet subsidiary. The company was later acquired and Marty is now President of PIA (Physics Intuition Applications Corporation).
Rosenblatt is the writer and editor of the online magazine, Connections Through Time. He has designed, managed, and participated in numerous associative remote viewing (ARV) protocols. These protocols involved trading in financial markets and were developed and improved over many years. In addition to his role at PIA, he currently teaches financial ARV workshops at the Monroe Institute.
IRVA 2014 - Advances, Innovations and Statistics
Buried within the precognition statistics are entanglements with the consciousness and submerged consciousness of viewers and taskers (group managers). These connections are not always obvious, but by correlating ARV Hits/Misses with comments, emails, and phone conversations, important information about precognition is being revealed.
The presentation introduces an innovative method for calculating "Anomalous Cognition Ratings" to represent an individual's remote viewing skill level versus chance. Remote viewing the future always involved analysis and judging in one form or another to make specific predictions which become part of APP's database. We present underlying connections behind the statistics to reveal important information about precognition.
How do you distinguish one remote viewer from another? How can you compare and gauge the skill of an individual remote viewer amongst their perrs? We introduce the concept of Anomalous Cognition Ratings, a numerical representation, of an individual's ability to perform anomalous cognition above chance.
IRVA 2012 - Analysis/Judging and Displacement in ARV (Associative Remote Viewing)
In all applications of remote viewing, the analysis of the RVer's transcript versus the tasking is very important to achieving success. The judging ultimately determines if and how to apply this analysis with follow-up action. ARV is one application of remote viewing with a long history which includes many short-term successful projects. In applications involving wagering (e.g. sports or financial), there are no published long-term successful projects yet. The primary cause is displacement - a good description of the wrong target.
I will review my 14 years in working with ARV and discuss what we think we have learned about displacement from early protocols directly experiencing beginners luck through our current 1ARV group protocol.
Many examples will be shown, including how group analysis and judging can be extremely valuable.
IRVA 2011 - Workshop: Unitary ARV for a Baseball Game
Unitary ARV = 1ARV is designed to minimize the displacement-factor that is too prevalent in binary ARV. This workshop will predict the Over/Under score of a baseball game that starts after the Saturday morning presentation. Then, the follow-up feedback presentation will be provided at/near the end of Saturday for feedback.
IRVA 2010 - Workshop: Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) Prediction of a Horse Race
For 5 1/2 years our intuitive investment club has been applying a 2-choice ARV approach to predict the Up or Down daily motion of the S&P500 futures market. For almost 2 years we have been using an approach that handles from 3 to 14 choices. This approach has been applied to horse racing. After briefly summarizing this 'PRECOG10' approach, you will do an ARV prediction of a horse race that will occur during your lunch period. We will also discuss Group Prediction methods and indicate what the IRVA group predicted. Being in Las Vegas, you will be free to wager on your own prediction or the group's prediction. After a break, we will discuss the important role of FeedBack Sessions.
IRVA 2009 - Workshop: 10-Choice Associative Remote Viewing (ARV)
For 4 1/2 years our intuitive investment club has been applying a 2-choice ARV approach to predict the Up or Down daily motion of the S&P500 futures market. After briefly summarizing this approach, the 10-choice ARV methodology as applied to financial markets, betting venues and assisting with locating missing persons will be summarized. Then, you will participate in a group 10-choice ARV prediction. The "random" outcome will be done during the workshop. Prizes will be awarded to the winners!
IRVA 2007 - ARV: Investment Club Approach versus Independent Viewing
An investment club was formed where the members' individual ARV predictions are used to reach a single club prediction for the S&P500 index futures every trading day. An Up, Down or Pass is predicted in advance of each trading day and a club trade is placed and closed out before the end of the day. As is standard with ARV, feedback is provided every trading day including Pass days.
Members of the club are people who have taken RV/ARV workshops or classes and who wish to regularly apply their RV for personal growth and/or for profit. The methodology for reaching a club prediction and the performance of the club over the past 3 years will be discussed and compared to the performance of independent viewers.
IRVA 2007 - Panel Discussion: A Remote Viewer's Code of Ethics
Ethics as applied to remote viewing will be defined and explored by the panel with audience participation. Among the issues that will be discussed are targeting rules, what boundaries should be imposed on using the skill, and tasker as well as viewer ethics.
IRVA 2004 - Precognition Applications and Free Will
We can probably agree that being able to foretell the future would be a rather valuable skill. This precognitive ability does exist, but not in the fashion portrayed in the movies. Unfortunately, predictions of the future contain uncertainties that create significant challenges for reliable applications.
Precognition and free will can and do co-exist. These concepts will be discussed, but the presentation will not focus on philosophy. The focus will be on remote viewing precog applications and on the importance of an attitude or mindset that is conducive to success. This mindset involves knowing that you are free to gather information from the future.
Documented examples of precognition involving remote viewing will be discussed, and two precog applications will be described. The first application is currently in use, and the second is an approach designed to enhance creativity:
Associative Remote Viewing (ARV)
- Financial Markets
Create, discover or conceive ideas in the present "gathered from" a project that will be successfully completed in the future.
- Painting, Writing, etc.
- Problem Solving
These applications will be described in enough detail that you can begin to explore your precog ability.
IRVA 2002 - ARV, Precognition, and What We Learned from our Five Protocols
Five ARV (Associative Remote Viewing) protocols have been applied to predicting the stock market. These protocols permitted independent judging or self-judging of RV summaries. The RV target was the photo associated with the actual change in stock price between two future dates. Two and three photo choices were used in the various protocols. Participants were given fee incentives based on their completion of a specific number of photo predictions and based on their success rates. ARV is brutally honest (quantitative)...each prediction is either a hit or a miss. The focus of the presentation will be on the factors influencing viewers' success rates as compared to chance.
Beginner's luck in predicting the future (precognition) is a well known phenomenon. Two examples will be discussed in our ARV context. Personal psychological factors such as fear of failure, fear of success, etc. are often mentioned as possible explanations. A more controversial factor is a subconscious awareness of a 'societal resistance' to accepting the reality of applied precognition. (Peer pressure is an example of a societal resistance to being different.) This resistance may affect us, to varying degrees, at both the conscious and subconscious levels.
Various techniques will also be discussed which may improve your ARV success rates. The subconscious mind appears to have access to the right ARV choice, but it is up to you to improve your communication skills with your subconscious.
IRVA 2001 - An Online Associative Remote Viewing Workshop
Physics-Intuition-Applications has an online ARV approach for the stock market. This approach will be described and you will have the opportunity for a hands-on experience with ARV using on-site computers which will simulate changes in stock prices so feedback can be provided during the conference.
The approach involves generating an RV Summary Transcript and then Judging (self or independent judging is permitted) which of two photo-targets will be shown to you online during your Feedback Session. A Group Consensus approach is used, where the consensus can be obtained with two or more people or with a "Group of One".
During the workshop you will learn, by doing, how to:
- Logon to the System
- Obtain a TargetID Number
- Submit an RV Summary Transcript for Judging
- Do Judging of Two Possible Photo-Targets
- Get Feedback
- Begin to Explore Remote Influencing of Your Self
You will be encouraged to continue your participation after the workshop with an incentive-based agreement where you can earn a fee for successfully doing ARV as applied to the stock market.
IRVA 2000 - Online Associative Remote Viewing With The AVM Project
- Advances, Innovations and Statistics in Applying Precognition
- Analysis/Judging and Displacement in ARV
- Unitary ARV for a Baseball Game: Applied Precognition Workshop
- Associative Remote Viewing Prediction of a Horse Race
- 10-Choice Associative Remote Viewing
- Precognition Applications and Free Will
- ARV-Investment Club Approach Versus Independent Viewing
- Panel Discussion: A Remote Viewer's Code of Ethics