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The Anima Project is a web-based system designed to provide a rigorous statistical analysis of clairvoyance and precognition. Users contribute data via an online experiment involving randomly[1] selected zener cards. Collected data is analyzed using a variety of mathematical techniques, including goodness of fit and runs analysis.

The Anima Project was launched on April 10, 2008 by mathematician Keith Comito and is currently gathering data for further inspection. Noted skeptic James Randi is aware of the project, which is being considered for entry in the Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge

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  1. ^ - random numbers generated from atmospheric noise

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