The most important rule in protocol based remote viewing projects is that the viewers used must have no idea of the content of the question until the very end. This means working “blinded”—this is one of the essential basics for the creation of reliable and verifiable data without prior assumptions.
Please dwell on this thought for a moment: If different recipients each receive congruent information without prior knowledge of the question—can this still be coincidence?
This consideration, combined with the fact that remote viewers have very often made statements and predictions in the past decades, which could later be confirmed perfectly, allows only one conclusion: A quantum information field of whatever kind really exists. And we have a tool to be able to gain information from it.