Global Orgasm

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Global Orgasm was an action originally scheduled for 22 December 2006 by the author and activist couple of Donna Sheehan and Paul Reffell to coincide with the end of solstice.[1] The idea was for participants throughout the world to have an orgasm during this one day while thinking about peace.[2] Based on ideas such as that of the noosphere and the work of the Global Consciousness Project at Princeton, it was thought that such an event would have a "widespread positive effect on human well-being."

The "Second Annual Synchronized Global Orgasm for Peace" was scheduled for 6:08 (UTC) on 22 December 2007, the moment of the solstice.[1]

The activity group is registered with the Global Consciousness Project (GCP), a project based at Princeton University, which records the output of numerous, random-number generators placed throughout the globe.[3]

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  1. ^ a b "World Orgasm Day to Promote Peace in War-Torn Countries". Fox News Channel. December 19, 2007. Retrieved March 23, 2014.
  2. ^ "Make love; end monogamy war", Sydney Morning Herald, 22 December 2006
  3. ^ Garofoli, Joe (November 19, 2006). "Anti-war couple conceive new way to generate peace". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved March 23, 2014.

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