Sorry, I meant the «Pseudo-Skeptics» who had been involved in historic-controversies, a most-appropriate term Coined by Marcello Truzzi, due to their frequent and very obvious hypocrisies and double-standards who would call anything Psi-related research a «Pseudo-Science» done only by «Pseudo-Scientists» and Charlatans and Quacks (and, yes, they would also give Remote-Viewing such labels; you can see their attitudes towards remote-viewing by simply querying LLMs like Chat-GPT or Bing-Chat or Google-Bard or other similar A.I. Assistants).
Now, before I continue, I am going to link an article about skepticism from Michael Prescott, that you can read here as follows...
Interestingly, from that article, Michael Prescott writes at the end : «Based on my reading of psi laboratory research and exceptional cases of psi, as well as my own experience, I am 100% certain that psi is real and materialism is completely disproved and an obsolete worldview. Skeptics, however, will never be convinced.
If I am correct, that puts the unstoppable force of the truth of psi against the immovable object of the Skeptics’ belief system. What will be the end result of such an interaction?
I am going to go with a prediction that I have heard elsewhere and found convincing: Individual people and society as a whole will be convinced of the existence of the paranormal once someone is using it to make money. I don’t mean for readings but in the form of a process, product, or service that consistently works and that people want. At that point, the Skeptics will be forced to move, since money talks, and you-know-what walks. My guess is that 100 years will not pass without this happening, and it will probably happen much sooner than that.»
I suppose FSI has already started on this process, but, getting more people to learn about and become interested in and actually doing Remote-Viewing on a Commercial-Level, especially on a World-Wide, Global-Scale, might take some... Entrepreneurial-Creativity (already existing data-bases of established past customers with whom there is a good business-relationship might be a good start, otherwise, qualified mailing lists would be another option, but, the mail-order business is primarily in the business of and most-profitable in the selling of information... something that I do have knowledge about which I can write up and explain in more detail in the future; the important thing to note is that you want «QUALIFIED» lists if you are going to «cold-contact» people, otherwise you are wasting your marketing and advertising budget; putting this into perspective, Corey Rudl did seminars in the past where he talked about how he had a couple of friends with web-sites, one of whose web-site received over 1 million visits per month, whilst another friend had a web-site that got only 100 visitors a day; he asked his friend with the higher-traffic web-site to advertise his book on his web-site; the result ? 1 sale after a whole month; contrasted, because the web-site with only 100 visitors was super-targeted, its «conversion-rate» was 37%, according to what he explained in his seminar, a seminar for which its audience-members actually paid something like 7K$US to attend).
Anyway, not to digress about the business-stuff, but, a «controversy» exists in «para-psychology» history called «The Mars Controversy» involving a man by the name of Michel Gauquelin, and, what was known back then as CSICOP (currently known as CSI), and, THIS is the «target» that I would personally start with (each CSICOP-Member being a «Subject» to be Remote-Viewed as well as any «Subjects» whom they are trying to discredit/debunk/etc), although, numerous other «controversies» also exist, such as that one which resulted in an article titled «How the Skeptics Lost Their Minds Over a Pre-Cognition Experiment» and of course, Michael Prescott should have a number of other articles pointing out various other controversies, leaving a lot of Target-Options from which to Choose; speaking of which in his earlier linked article, one of the things he mentions is that the «skeptics» are always using the «it's all anecdotal» mantra to literally ignore evidence, and, I am just going to point out here that ALL «emotions» are «anecdotal» and ALL «thoughts» are ALSO «anecdotal» and, that, you may as well say that such things as any «thoughts or emotions» are not real and don't exist and non-existent and haven't been proven (because they really actually HAVEN'T been «proven» via THAT «logic/definition» for what is supposed to constitute so-called «scientific» evidence; rather than go off on any tangents about this, I am just going to say, I am not interested in drinking the Materialist Kool-Aid when it denies the very existence of what literally everybody with a soul/spirit capable of feeling emotions experiences; emotions are LITERALLY «spirit» energy after all, and, one's «thoughts» are also the PRIMARY controller/regulator of one's emotions, but, not to keep digressing).
Anyway, I ended up writing more than I had initially set out to and intended, but, this should be enough information to decide, for now, and, I will end this with a reference about «NDEs» and the «skeptics» who think that it can all be «explained away» by «drugs» and/or «DMT» for which there are reasons provided by these people as to why that is not actually or cannot be the case... https://www.reddit.com/r/NDE/comments/k9fsqn/my_best_attempt_at_debunking_the_dmt_argument/