Absolute pitch said,
"Yes, I am aware that Art did that test as a single-blind test. Certainly, Michael did not have any expectation of any sonic improvement, being unaware of what Art did with pictures of Michael. That's one piece of information for the 'it didn't show any difference' side. On the other side (as discussed in forum, and articles) was the opinions that, when tested under non-blind conditions, people who put pictures in the freezer noticed a difference in the sonics. I guess I'm not surprised at Art's results."
I guess I'm not surprised at Art's results, either. If one wishes to crow about the lack of positive results in an experiment it behooves that person to take some pains to perform the experiment correctly. But, as the smirking anti tweak crowd appears to be tickled pink with the outcome all cannot be considered lost.
Note: I was the one who first conducted the photos in the freezer at a distance experiment, about 10 years ago. The Teleportation Tweak was only a glimmer back then.
"What hath God Wrought?"- first message sent over telegraph (by Samuel Morse)
A sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. - Arthur C Clarke