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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 :CIA-RDP96-007898003000410007-7 5.4 (S/NF) Some of the experirr,ents/investigations required to f ulfill this contract may require participation of select government personnel. All such investigations will be fully planned and coordinated with the COT'R and will be under the purviews of the SOC and the Human Use Review Committee. 5.5 (U) Should unforseen schedule of other issues arise concerning any of the specific tasE:s identified in section 6.r], the COTR will be given irnr,~ediate notice. If necessary, ad.iustments to priorities and schedules can tie approved by tl-,e COTR if there is no cost or other impact on the aver-all progr-aar,. The C0~'F; will also reV'iew/approve all anticipated research pr atocols. ~.b tU) All items in SeCtlOn b.G (e:;cept 6.5) will be funded from the R~~~D portion of this contract. Sections b.1 through ~.4 shall be e?pended NLT )8 want hs afi:er- contract awa,~d. Section 6.5 will be funded from the OM~M portion, and shall be e>;pended no 1atEr than ti0 September 1991. Accounting procedures to clearly identify the F.?~D and the OEM e>:peditures st-iall ba implemented by the cantrar_tor. 5.7 (U) 1'er-rr,s of ref er-ence and addi t i anal tasi:: detai 1 s ar-e an f i 1 e t,y the COTR and will be provided to tl-,e contractor to insure adequate task under-standing. T''7is material i.s contained in D1A publication UT-S-1i~U7-S, 29 NOV 199r?. b.U tS/NF) SPECIFIC TASitS: b.1 (U) Research Plan De~.~elopment: Provide inputs for development of a long-term comprehensive basic and applied research plan. This will require e.:tensive expert consultation and will involve an inter-laboratory, inter--discipliner-y appr-aach. 6.2 (U) basic Research: 6,2,1 (U) hiagnetoencephalagraph (MEG) Investigations: b.2.1.1 (U) Calibrate the electromagnetic/magneto- encephalograph (MEG) environment and replicate earlier results using a variety of population types. (U) Examine MEG evoked responses from several population types and correlate witl-i remote viewing ability for various physical conditions. 6.2.2 (U) Data Patterns/Correlations: b.2.2.1 (C) Using data from past basic research experiments, compare target features (e.g., type, dynamics) with remote viewing results to determine if any patterns or correlations exist. b,2.2.^c (C) Initiate new experiments to further examine possible target type/remote viewing result correlations. SECRET/NOFORN 3 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 :CIA-RDP96-007898003000410007-7 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 :CIA-RDP96-007898003000410007-7 (U) Examine parapsychological historical results to see if correlations to geomagnetic activity er.ists; initiate exploratory investigations to replicate/test findings. b. 2.2.4 (U) E>:amine parapsychological literature on research projects to evaluate over-all results and to identify possible variables/correlations. 6.2.x+ (U) Theoretical lssues: (U) Initiate assessment/investigations of potential theoretical constructs that r?ay help e:.plain this pl~erlol,lena. This may require considerations with on-going basic research in other disciplines. b. 2.3.2 (C) Initiate investigation of issuES that may, help explain targeting mechanisms. (U) Initiate investigations into communication potential theory. 6.2.4 (U) Altered States: (U) Investigate remote viewing potential of lucid and other altered states. b.2.5 (U) Energetics: (U) Initiate limited experiments and develop plans for follow-on energetics research. b.'3 {S/h1F) Rpp] ied ResYa~-ch: b.~.1 (U) Magnctor~^ce~ha.=,.,~r~nh ~.?:G) revel.opments: (S/tdF) Translate basic researcl-, MEC; results into procedures useful for practical screeningiselECtien activity. 6.3.2 (U) Correlations/Pattern Analysis: (S/NF) Conduct a ~.~ar-iety of remote viewing experiments with laboratory and government personnel in order to identif y possible correlations with people and project types and to identify strengths and weaknesses. (U) Evaluate/test beacon person conditions