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ARPAST is proud to have been chosen to host an EGG for the Global Consciousness Project (GCP) run by Princeton University. There are only 120 (121 now!) total in the world, and this is a huge honor to have been deemed "worthy" to collaborate on the experiment.

The Global Consciousness Project (GCP) is an international effort involving researchers from several institutions and countries, designed to explore whether the construct of interconnected consciousness can be scientifically validated through objective measurement. The project builds on excellent experiments conducted over the past 35 years at a number of laboratories, demonstrating that human consciousness interacts with random event generators (REGs), apparently "causing" them to produce non-random patterns.

For more information about the Global Consciousness Project, please see their website:

Our EGG name is EGG.ARPAST.AR, and can be tracked at the following links:

Status Report: The GCP network has a growing number of Egg-sites, distributed around the world and sending data over the Internet to central servers. To monitor their activity, a report of the current status of the network is automatically generated by the "Basket" program which collects and archives the data.

Real-Time Display: This is an online presentation of the most recent data accumulated by the GCP network. There are several visual options and accompanying sounds, all based on the actual data from the network of Eggs. For practical reasons, the momentary data cannot be presented in a synchronized computation, and what you will see are data that are about 10 minutes old. This page uses JavaScript, and requires considerable time to load and compute, but it is very much worth the wait.

Host Sites: Some detailed information on the network of Eggs is available, including the names of the people involved, the exact geographical locations and the type of REG used at each site.