The question of whether the mind can directly influence physical matter has been researched for over 30 years. Most notable research was originally done by Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Laboratory at Princeton University with early experiments in the mental control of random electrical behavior from 1977 to 1979. The body of work and considerations for mind influence is found in the article The PEAR Proposition by Robert G. Jahn And Brenda J. Dunne, Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 195–245, 2005. Within this article is the description of a statistically significant difference in high intention versus baseline for 5,000 trials.
The devices and methods of data acquisition and analysis used by PEAR are sufficient to prove the existence of the non-local mind-machine influence phenomenon but they do not have the fidelity needed to control machines on a practical level.
This is similar to the discovery of electricity in the 18th century where the phenomenon was proven to exist but remained a curiosity until people began to generate and study it for practical application purposes.
Interchange Laboratories, Inc. has developed and continues to make improvements to a mind-machine interface technology that research shows goes beyond the original PEAR REG devices. We envision this technology will lead to practical applications for the medical, industrial, military and entertainment industries.