In collaborazione con il sito del ricercatore Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

L’esperimento condotto da: Stephan A. Schwartz, Randall J. De Mattei, Edward G. Brame, Jr. & S. James P. Spottiswoode sulla interazione, e come sia possibile misurarla, dell’energia emanata da alcuni “guaritori” apre un’interessante prospettiva.

in breve…

attraverso le tecniche standard di spettofotometria infrarossa, è possibile individuare un’alterazione dei legami atomici nelle particelle d’acqua sottoposte a “trattamento” da parte di “guaritori” che “quantifica” in maniera scentifica ed esaustiva l’effettiva qualità e bontà dell’energia irradiata.

A breve, presso il nostro Istituto, saremo in grado di effettuare queste ricerche per “certificare” tali emissioni. Chi fosse interessato può contattarci all’indirizzo:
redazione@coscienza.org

Umberto Di Grazia che ha collaborato per anni, negli States, con il ricercatore Stephan A. Schwartz

Abstract

Through standard techniques of infrared spectrophotometry, sterile water samples in randomly selected sealed vials evidence alteration of infrared (IR) spectra after being proximate to the palms of the hands of both Practising and Non-practising Therapy Practitioners, each of whom employed a personal variation of the Laying-on-of-Hands/Therapeutic Touch processes.

This pilot study presents 14 cases, involving 14 Practitioners and 14 Recipients. The first hypothesis, that a variation in the spectra of all (84) Treated spectra compared with all (57) control spectra would be observed in the 2.5 – 3.0 micrometer range, was confirmed (p = 0.02). Ten per cent (15) of the spectra were done using a germanium Internal Reflection Element (IRE). Ninety per cent of the spectra (126) were done with a zinc selenide IRE, and the difference in refractive index between the two IREs skews the data. The zinc selenide IRE spectra alone yield p = .005. The authors believe the most representative evidence for the effect appeared in the sample group of Treated vs.

Calibration Controls using the zinc selenide IRE (p = 0.0004). The second hypothesis, that there existed a direct relationship between intensity of effect and time of exposure was not confirmed. This study replicates earlier findings under conditions of blindness, randomicity, and several levels of controls. Environmental factors are considered as explanations for the observed IR spectrum alteration, including temperature, barometric pressure, and variations dependent on sampling
order.

They do not appear to explain the effect.

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