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


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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