DOI: 10.14704/nq.2008.6.2.172

Entropy Increase in Vacuum: A Conjecture About the Mechanism of Poltergeist Phenomenon

Piero Brovetto, Vera Maxia


Poltergeist accounts concern at least four kinds of strange spontaneous manifestations, such as burn of materials, failures of electric equipments, rapping noises and movements of objects. A simple analysis of phenomenology of these disturbances shows that they might have a common origin, that is, a reduction in strength of molecular bonds due to an enhancement in polarization of vacuum which cuts down the actual electron charge. Arguments based on Prigogine’ nonequilibrium thermodynamics are proposed, which show how transformations in brain of some pubescent children or young women might be the cause of these effects.


molecular bonds; vacuum polarization; self-organization in non equilibrium systems; transformations in pubescent brains

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