Cerebral Biophoton Emission as a Potential Factor in Non - Local Human - Machine Interaction

  title={Cerebral Biophoton Emission as a Potential Factor in Non - Local Human - Machine Interaction},
  author={Joseph M. Caswell and Blake T. Dotta and Michael A. Persinger},
Subjects were instructed to employ intention to affect the direction of random number generation from a device located on their right side at 1 m distance. Biophoton emissions from the right hemisphere were recorded simultaneously. Significant increases (~3.5 ∙10 - 12 W ∙m - 2 ) in photon radiant flux density occurred when there were marked deviations from random variations suggesting that the correlative variable for intent was coupled to cerebral photon emission. Cross - spectral analyses… 
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  • D. Piao
  • Biology
    Journal of Scientific Exploration
  • 2021
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