I thought I already did a topic about this but apparenty not.
Remote viewing just works. I know it is heavily mocked by people who can only mock and won't invest time and dedication into doing anything outside the flock, but after studying paranormal powers for most of my life, I can say that the remote viewing protocols are one of the best things I ever stumbled upon and one of the greatest knowledge achievements of mankind.
These two guys, ingo swann a semi-hippie and joe mcmonagle a military professional were comissioned but the CIA to study paranormal knowledge of targets, aka "remote viewing". They decided to go in with total open mindedness and apply the epistemologic method of learning to study the phenomenon, rather than trying to describe the phenomenon itself. Since paranormal powers are hard to set bounds to, this was the best method.
They devised the "remote viewing protocols" which are a set of training rules to train your own viewing of targets. They don't get into the details ofhow you view, everybody has their own method. Some RVers use tarot cards, some use crystal balls, others just concentrate, these guys just created a set of guideline to get rid of parasite thoughts and out of topic mental divagations and improve your statistics. Almost everybody who trains using RV protocols will get improvements into their paranormal viewing sessions.
The remote viewing protocols' PDF file is just a google click away. search "CRV training manual" But maybe it's easier and more satisfying to crack a joke on social media.
There exists a lot of websites dedicated to RV training, where the server chooses a target that you have to RV and reveals you a pic of the target at the end. The particular site I use has a lot of trainees and some people with impressive results, here are a few sessions I selected just from the last day I went there.
first time i hear about this but i know about those experiments, mk ultra and stuff. why not, though not sure for what would it be useful, if it's not spying on the russians, or does he loooove me? i mean serious invade of privacy.