Traditional ARV (Associative Remote Viewing) suffers from a phenomenon known as displacement. This occurs when viewers get data from both of the target photosites or from the photosite that does not match the correct outcome.
Don Walker and I and others in the Aurora Remote Viewing group developed something we call Unitary ARV in an attempt to overcome this problem. In UARV there is only one actualized target. Don and I wrote articles for Daz's 8 Martinis web zine, summing up several years of experiments with Unitary ARV, both before and within the Aurora Remote Viewing group. (Link to 8 Martinis is in the right hand column of this page.)
We have recently joined with Marty Rosenblatt and other viewers and formed the Unitary ARV Group (or 1ARV), which is exploring unitary ARV with enhanced methods. Initial results are very promising, including two correct predictions for the Packers-Steelers Superbowl by the public viewing component.
Marty has customized his Precog10 web page to allow the public to take part in Unitary ARV work.
Marty has also published a web page which provides some introductory information on Unitary ARV along with some analogies/metaphors that may be helpful in comprehending UARV.
We encourage others to learn about this methodology, take part using the public Precog 10 web site, or experiment on your own . Or if you are an experienced viewer and would like to participate in the 1ARV group, please get in touch with us.