Can conscious observation affect a water sample at a distance? If so, how would it be measured and quantified? Lets experiment!
Read details below to learn more about this experiment.
December 19, 2019 at 07:02PM UTC
The experiment will start on a "Start Date" and will last about 30 minutes. You can also see a countdown showing the time left before the session begins.
When the countdown is finished, the session begins. Refresh the page if you think the displayed countdown time is incorrect.
During the session, you can try to influence the water sample through its photo. To do so, click on "Start Session" (this button will be available only during the session). The photo is considered to be an entanglement key to the real object which during the session is placed into the measuring device, i.e. Electrochemical Impedance Spectrometer (EIS).
When the session is in progress, you can see the plots that are created by the EIS. These plots show the impedance of "Test" and "Control" water samples.
Concentrate your attention on the displayed photo (container of water) and apply your intention to make the water in the container more conductive.
Concentrate for as long as you wish and when finished click "Finish Session".
When the session is complete, you will see the results on this page under the "Results" tab.
If you have any feedback (e.g. on usability) you can leave your comment in the "Comment" tab of this page or send us an email at [email protected]
December 19, 2019 | 21:11 UTC, Anton Fedorenko says:
Hi Glen, thank you very much for your comment! The device is located in Germany. Control and test samples are located in about 10-20 cm (4-8 inches) from each other, so the environment has the same effect on them. The device (with both samples) is also located in a thermal insulating box and that box is located in a special closed lab room. It was 20:00 in Germany when the experiment started, so I expect there were no people during the experiment. I am not sure if samples in the dark or Serge Kernbach set blue light excitation, need to ask him. Okay, we will remove the text from the photos. That is an actual photo of the water sample. We also think that the real photo might be better. Reply