DOI: 10.14704/nq.2013.11.4.714

Incremental Shifts in pH Spring Water Can Be Stored as “Space-Memory”: Encoding and Retrieval Through the Application of the Same Rotating Magnetic Field

Blake T. Dotta, Lukasz M. Karbowski, Nirosha J. Murugan, Michael A. Persinger


Both four-dimensional (space-time) models and Casimir-like processes predict that the representations of stimulus-response pairing remain in altered or virtual states that can be potentially retrieved. Over a six month period we demonstrated “excess correlations” between mild acidification in quantities (50 ml) of spring water in a local space and the temporally contiguous incremental alkalinisation in nonlocal quantities of water when both loci were exposed to the same experimental paradigm that produced “entanglement” in photon reactions. The procedure required simultaneous exposures of both loci to specific patterns of rotating magnetic fields displaying specific rates of change in angular velocity. If the ~0.1 unit increases in pH within the non-local water samples due to injections of acetic acid in the local samples had been established on one day, comparable shifts occurred in the non-local water samples the following day when there were no injections of acetic acid if the space was exposed to the original magnetic field configurations. These results suggest that, like photon patterns, the “memory” or representation of pH (H+) shifts remain in space long after the stimulus has been removed and can be retrieved within that space if the specific electromagnetic field is repeated.

NeuroQuantology | December 2013 | Volume 11 | Issue 4 | Page 511-518


excess correlation; space-time; quantum information; retrieval; water

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