DOI: 10.14704/nq.2013.11.2.663

Heaviside’s Quantons as the Carriers of the Extrasensory Perception Phenomena

Janina Marciak-Kozlowska, Miroslaw Kozlowski

Abstract


In this paper we developed the model for the Extrasensory Perception Phenomena (ESP) phenomena. We locate ESP phenomena in subatomic space-time. We argue that the ESP phenomena are generated by the same source with temperature T= 10-15eV which emits brain waves. The ESP are created by the Heaviside quantons - charge particles with mass<10-15 eV and charge = electron charge (“light electrons”) and velocity v>c, the light velocity. Interacting with brain medium the Heaviside particles generate ESP phenomena. The nature of Heaviside particle with velocities >> c can be investigated by the transmission electron microscope (TEM) of brain matter.

NeuroQuantology | June 2013 | Volume 11 | Issue 2 | Page 209-222

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Extrasensory Perception; ESP; Heaviside quantons

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