A mysterious bioenergy field exists around people

A mysterious bioenergy field exists around people
A mysterious bioenergy field exists around people

Biochemist John Norman of the University of Maryland has found evidence of a bioenergy field around humans. Spiritual circles have been talking about such a field for thousands of years, and this scientific study confirms that this is indeed the case.

Dr. Hansen has conducted hundreds of experiments, and his research has been replicated by several other scientists, including William H. van den Berg of the University of Pennsylvania and William van der Sluis of Gettysburg College, whose study was published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration.

Hansen wondered if a bioenergy field, if it exists, would be strong enough to make a so-called torsion pendulum move. He held a pendulum above the subjects' heads, after which the object began to move.

The researchers concluded that the movement was caused by a force field generated by the subject under the pendulum.

"We do not know of a single force that could explain these results. We observed a phenomenon that forces us to develop new theoretical concepts."

Within 60 minutes after the subject left the room, the effect was still noticeable on the pendulum. All people had approximately the same influence on the pendulum.

Some subjects, especially those who have been meditating for years, had completely different effects on the pendulum when they were in a meditative state.

This, according to the researchers, indicates that it is possible to influence the mental state of a person and radically change the behavior of the pendulum.

Using Torsion Pendulum Balance to Detect and Characterize What May Be a Human Bioenergy Field

Although the concept of bioenergy fields is thousands of years old, their existence has never been confirmed by scientific experiments aimed at detecting and measuring them; therefore bioenergy fields have no scientific validity.

The instruments used for such experiments usually determine the components of the electromagnetic spectrum. The experiments presented here use a detector that is sensitive to real "pushing" forces that can change the momentum of a physical object, for example, a simple pendulum balance with torsion suspended over a seated person.

The experimental design includes a video camera connected to a computer that can detect and measure the movements of the pendulum with high precision and save this information in a data file for later analysis.

Experiments show that the pendulum detects and measures significant forces that dramatically change the movement of the pendulum when a person sits under it.

The following effects are consistently observed in each subject in all experiments:

1) A significant displacement of the center of oscillation of the pendulum; the offset reaches 2.

2) Many new oscillation frequencies of the pendulum appear when the subject is present;

3) Significant changes in the amplitude of oscillations of the pendulum are observed throughout the experiment; they increase, decrease and increase again, which resembles the chemical processes of relaxation;

4) These displacements of the center of vibrations, new frequencies of vibrations and changes in amplitude persist for 30-60 minutes after the subject leaves the place above which the pendulum is installed. This is inconsistent with the physics of a simple harmonic oscillator, such as a torsional pendulum, which must return to simple harmonic oscillations immediately after any external disturbances have ceased.

After conducting control experiments to exclude the influence of air currents and other artifacts, it was concluded that the effects are influenced by some kind of force field, which is generated by the subject sitting under the pendulum.

We do not know of a single force, for example in the electromagnetic spectrum, that could explain these results. Perhaps a traditional explanation for these amazing results will be found, but it is possible that we have observed a phenomenon that will require the development of new theoretical concepts. In the meantime, it is important that other researchers repeat and expand our observations.

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