The largest biofeedback study in history

I’ve been hearing about some fascinating involvement in Intention Experiments by some of our readers and participants in Intention Experiments that I like to share with you. The first is from the School of Metaphysics, in Windyville, Missouri (www.som.org). Barbara Condron, one of its founders and a teacher of metaphysics for 31 years, kindly wrote to inform me that she discovered our work just hours before our Water Intention Experiment, which participated in carried out as part of our first Water Intention Experiment on November 30 with Konstantin Korotkov (remember – that was the one in which we sent love
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Tell everyone you know to join us on our Purification Intention Experiment

We’re now busy organizing the last details for our Water Purification Experiment on November 30 at 5pm on GMT. If you don’t know how to “Power Up”, please sign up for your free “Intention Exercises”. You’ll also get full information on how to participate in the experiment. On the day, we’ll have you click on early so you can review the procedure. It’s very simple. We’ll be sending positive intention to some water, and the scientists – Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, professor of physics at the St. Petersburg State Technical University in St. Petersburg Russia, and his team will have his
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The next Water Intention Experiment: The Whole Elephant

I’ve just got off the phone with Rustum Roy, who has an exciting meeting planned with a Belgium company tomorrow. This company is worked with the Finnish materials physicist, Kiva Rainen, who has developed equipment with the unique ability to capture all parameters of water. As you may remember, we are interested in examining whether intention changes the molecular structure of water. With our April 26 study with Penn State University, we tried to ascertain whether there were any changes in the structural organization of our water sample by looking for any changes in the scattering of light waves through
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Results of the Water Intention Experiment: Something happened, but we’re not sure what yet

The Pennsylvania State University team have been number crunching since our Intention Experiment on April 26. We finally have our results, and the answer is: we’re not sure exactly what happened. Initial measurements did not produce a definitive positive result or indeed any profound changes, although it was possible that something had affected the water before the official time we’d sent intention. It turned out that our water registered changes, even before we sent intention. Our sample water had enormous variation in light scattering to begin with – a situation that became apparent when the data was graphed in a
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Our first Intention Experiment to be presented in a scientific forum

While we’re awaiting our results of the Water Structure Intention Experiment, I just heard some exciting news from Dr. Gary Schwartz about our Intention Experiment Germination Experiments. Dr. Schwartz has analyzed all six of our experiments and combined them into results that will be presented and published at the Society for Scientific Exploration’s meeting on June 25-28. Schwartz combined the results of all six experiments and discovered a highly significant result, demonstrating the power of intention to make plants grow faster and higher. Firstly, we know that the intention had a robust effect. The seeds sent intention grew 8 millimetres
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Are we all Qigong masters? First feedback about our Water Structure Intention Experiment

Last Saturday, April 26, as you know, we ran our historic Water Structure Intention Experiment. People around the world participated, for the first time, in attempting to turn ordinary distilled water into ‘healing’ water by changing its molecular cluster structure. The scientists from Pennsylvania State University are still busily analyzing the results by studying the results of Raman spectroscopy, will recorded any subtle change in the vibration of the molecule. Unusual calibrations Although the scientists are not finished examining their data, they have told me one thing: they’ve seen results they’ve never seen before with their equipment. One reason it
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Water Experiment on 26 April – How it will run

Our Water Structure Intention Experiment will be run in one of the labs in Pennsylvania State University’s Materials Science department in the dark. Right before the experiment, the scientists will test the sample with a Raman Spectrometer. Here’s what one looks like. As you can see, the probe will be inserted into our water sample, like this, and measurements taken periodically for several hours before the experiment begins. We’ll show you this equipment with the actual water (this isn’t it). A long cable will connect the probe to a highly sensitive CCD camera on the instrument which will sense any
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What is structured water?

As you know, our next Intention Experiment is going to attempt to change the structure of water. So that begs the question: what is ‘structured’ water? I asked Dr. Rustum Roy and Manju Rao of Pennsylvania State University to elaborate further on the meaning of structure in water and the implications of our experiments to change water’s structure. As Manju explained it, the ‘structure’ of water, from a scientific point of view, refers to the molecular arrangements of individual water molecules (which are, you know two atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen). The molecules form units, or ‘clusters’, which
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Making water 'holy'

I’ve been in touch with Dr. Rustum Roy, professor of materials science at Penn State University and Manju Roe, his senior scientist, both of whom will be carrying out our Water Intention Experiment on April 26. Our first experiment with Penn State will attempt to change the structure of water. I asked Rustum why he is interested is looking at changing the structure of water. Here’s what he said: “All studies in all disciplines agree that liquid water, and to some extent, ice, are the absolute requirement for life. All of science agrees that life on this planet and on
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An unintentional intention

Last week I was speaking with psychologist Dr. Gary Schwartz of the University of Arizona, my partner in many of these Intention Experiments, and who disclosed an interesting anomaly in our latest Germination Intention Experiment run in Austin on March 1, which has enormous implications for the infectious nature of our presence. To understand what happened, it’s important for me to explain fully how these experiments are run. Each time we have run our experiment, Dr. Schwartz’s lab technician Mark Boccozzi prepares four batches containing 30 seeds each. We randomly select one set of seeds as our target to send
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