DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.1.1129

DNA Modifications Through Remote Intention

Ezio Gagliardi, Giulia Mondini


Over the years a number of researchers have tried to demonstrate that it is possible to modify matter (such as water, DNA, EEG, heartbeat, random number generator (REG), etc.) through consciousness. In this work a group of about 100 people has been set up to demonstrate the effects of thought over matter. They all belong to the Consciousness Research Institute (IRC) and they have interacted at a distance with a solution of DNA (Di Grazia method (8)), obtaining significant modifications of the structure (6,1-11,1%), demonstrating the theory of “BIOLOGICAL NONLOCALITY” between the intention produced by the group and the effects on DNA.


Biological Nonlocality, Remote İntention, Dna Modification, İntention Technique, Entagled State

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