Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, Vol 14, No 1 (2018)

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Difficulties in Inorganic and Organic Measurement of Energy: Influences of Mind (intention or Yi) and Nature in Outcome

Phillip Shinnick, Laurence Porter

Abstract


Measurement of energy in inorganic and organic experiments shows time reversal, and Nature implicating itself in a background field and not observable.   A discussion of the experimental measurement of the emission of a Quantum or singular photon ejection in the split/slit experiment is compared to emission of Qi (energy) by a trained Qigong practitioner in: A) intent [Yi]  of the mind, B) Nature's influence in the experiment, C) difficulties in reproducing a second time. In the inorganic experiment a backward in time bias as shown by Stapp ignores what was going on in the total system at the time. Measurement test show negative entropy (reversing disease to a healthy state) from Qi emission of a Qigong master. Qigong Mind (Yi) training elucidates Nature's relationship to the mind and matter.

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