Can your thoughts effect water samples at a distance? Try it and see if you can make an effect!
Simply meditate the words love and gratitude onto the QC Entanglement Image Code. The Image Code is provided after you sign up and begin the experiment. The Image Code is entangled with one of two water samples in our experiment and compared against the other as control.
Two channel electrochemical measurement of two separate water samples
CEST (Central European Summer Time) 7:00pm - 7:030pm
PST (Pacific Standard Time) 10:00am - 10:30am
Experiment will be conducted for a period of 30min
- The experiment will start at a "Start Date" and will last a specific amount of minutes which indicated above. You can also see a countdown - time left before the experiment.
- When the countdown is finished, the experiment begins.
- During the experiment time, 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 experiment) and you will see a photo of the container with water. The photo is considered to be an entanglement key to the real object which during the experiment is placed into experimental setup - Electrochemical Impedance Spectrometer (EIS).
- When the experiment in progress you can see the plots that are created by EIS. These plots show the impedance of "Test" and "Control" samples, as well as surrounding temperature and other indicators, please see section "Plot" (and then click "Reload Graph" button) at this page and descriptions to the left of each plot.
- Concentrate your attention on the object at the photo and apply your intention to make water in the container more conductive.
- Perform concentration during a few minutes and when finished click "Finish Session".
- When the experiment is done the researcher who created the experiment will process the obtained data and publish results on this page at a "Results" section.
Any interesting experiences you had while participating in this experiment? Feel free to share in the comments. Results will be shared following completion the experiment.
I will be on the other side looking for your non local effect in my spectrometer read-outs. Good luck and have fun! - Jeremy Pfeiffer
May 12, 2019 | 17:52 UTC, Jeremy Pfeiffer says:
Oooooh I like that approach! Reply