From the ’60s to the ’90s the U.S. government spent millions training psychics. These psychics tried to become the world’s most dangerous spies.
The Soviet Union had themselves invested quite a bit of money in remote viewing. The U.S. programs came later — in response to research at Stanford and Duke University.
When the remote-viewing programs terminated in the mid-’90s the CIA claimed they didn’t work. If that had been true, why did the CIA spend decades promoting these programs?