24 May 2014
1,000,000 numbers a second. The instant the
microcontroller sees the user press the momentary
contact switch, it stops spinning and the current number is
selected as the random number.
The RNG's output is connected to four different
colored LEDs. Depending on the random number
generated, one of the four colored LEDs is lit. The 16x2
LCD keeps a running tally of the random numbers
generated for different PSI tests. While this setup might
appear trivial, it is not, and may be used to accurately test
for different aspects of ESP. Random event generators
(REG) are similar to RNG, and sometimes the terms are
The included manual explains how to perform
different ESP and PSI experiments. The PIC RNG source
code is included in the manual. The suggested retail price
is US$39.95 for the ESP tester kit which requires soldering.
Also available from Images SI is the RNG-01 kit which is a lab quality instrument. It uses the immutable
randomness of radioactivity decay to generate random
numbers. Quantum mechanics states that the nuclear
decay of atoms are fundamentally random and cannot be
This device has a mini Geiger counter that detects
background radiation. The detection of a radioactive
particle is a random event used to initiate the generation
of a random number. The output of the built-in Geiger
counter is monitored by a PIC which rotates numbers
inside a register at approximately 1,000,000 a second.
When a radioactive particle (random event) is detected,
the microcontroller stops the rotation of the numbers,
reads the current number in the register, and produces a
The RNG-01 will produce approximately one to three
random numbers every minute from background radiation.
These true random numbers are useful for data encryption
(cryptography), statistical mechanics, probability, gaming,
neural networks and disorder systems, PSI and ESP testing,
micro PK experiments, etc.
The RNG-01 allows selection of the following random
number ranges: 1-2, 1-4, 1-8, 1-16, 1-32, 1-64, and 1-128.
It displays random numbers generated on an LCD and
outputs the random number via a serial port. When range
selection is 1-4, the LCD can also display the running tally
of the four numbers generated to verify their distribution.
The RNG-01 has a four color LED output.
The RNG-01 is currently available as a kit which
contains a printed circuit board, LCD screen,
preprogrammed PIC, and all the necessary components
The retail price is US$119.38 for the RNG-01 kit
(which requires soldering.)
There are many reported benefits of slow focused breathing, such as reduced blood pressure and stress
and greater focus and concentration.