Patricia Cyrus has collaborated with Dale E. Graff on multiple precognition experiments in the conscious and dream states of awareness spanning a 25-year period. She also collaborated with physicist Daniel P. Sheehan to develop a physical model of precognition.
Patricia Cyrus has collaborated with Dale E. Graff on multiple precognition experiments in the conscious and dream states of awareness spanning a 25-year period, including the two most significant:
- 10-year series of 250 remote viewing sessions with significant statistical results (2000-2012)
- 33 triple blind RV sessions where the target did not exist at the time of the viewing, Perceiving the Future News: Evidence of Retrocausation, AAAS Quantum Retrocausation III, University of San Diego, (AIP2017), https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4982772
In recent years, Ms. Cyrus has collaborated with physicist Daniel P. Sheehan (University of San Diego) to develop a physical model of precognition (see IRVA2015, MINDFIELD2018, BIAL2022, TSC2022). It posits that precognition is due to the physical process called retrocausation (the proposition that the future influences the past) and that it is strong evidence for the quantum nature of the brain. Most recently they have shown that controlled future remote viewing (a form of precognition) can be the basis for a new type of Turing test that no form of artificial intelligence (AI) can beat. Moreover, it is also clear experimental evidence for one of the most elusive, controversial, and significant speculations in the field of consciousness studies: that aspects of human thought are non-algorithmic, that is, non-computable (TSC2023). In all, Cyrus and Sheehan have demonstrated that precognition, far from being merely a paranormal curiosity, is a phenomenon deeply connected to the foundations of physics, computer science, and the philosophy of mind.
Ms. Cyrus has been interviewed by the BBC and A&E on precognition and appeared in an episode of the National Geographic Channel series, Paranatural, in 2013.
Patricia retired in 2022 from a 23-year career at Siemens Energy in the power generation division of North America. She currently resides in Orlando, Florida.