World Earth Healing Day, May 4 2000

From the prediction registry:

On Thursday, 4 May 2000, the fifth World Earth Healing Day will take place. This annual event, which began in 1996, has linked up thousands of people across the world in meditation, prayer, and mindful activity to help raise world consciousness and further world healing.

World Earth Healing Day seeks to promote a greater awareness of our interconnectedness as a global family, and to provide an opportunity for people to express collectively their vision of a more harmonious and peaceful world.

"On World Earth Healing Day you are invited to join people around the world in three simultaneous worldwide linkups. The first will take place at 4am GMT (5am in the UK); the second will take place at 12 noon GMT (1pm in the UK); and the third will take place at 7pm GMT (8pm in the UK). Each linkup will last for at least 20 minutes. During this time you can meditate, pray, dance, sing, or perform a symbolic act. Whatever you do, dedicate your intent to the expansion of love and awareness on the Planet, and as you contemplate your connection with all things, sense the ripples of what you do spreading outwards to influence all."

The GCP prediction will be for a composite effect across the three linkups, each 20 minutes long, beginning at 0400, 1200, and 1900, GMT, on the 4th of May, 2000. We will use a superposed epoch analysis, with unblocked data. An exploration will examine 5 minute blocks, and we will separately examine the first minute from each linkup.


The outcome of the epoch analysis is a non-significant deviation, with chisquare 1184.8 on 1200 df, for a p-value of 0.617. The figure shows that the superimposed data from the three 20-minute periods exhibits a random walk without a notable trend. When the three 20-minute blocks are simply concatenated, the result is positive, but non-significant, with chisquare 3665.3, 3600 df, and p = 0.220. See the second figure. Earthday, 3 20-minute
epochs superimposed Earthday, 3 20-minute
epochs concatenated

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