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The Kassel Dowsing Test

The Kassel Dowsing Test provides a fairly good example of a properly designed double-blind protocol. In this experiment two different tests were performed - one involving a buried water pipe and the other with one target in ten locations. One possible concern regarding the target test is that the boxes may have been placed too close together.

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