Early Scientific Biofield Research

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Early Scientific Biofield Research

Postby Franklin on Tue May 08, 2018 3:31 am

some people might find this interesting

http://www.energymed.org/hbank/handouts ... fields.htm

his book is interesting:
Blueprint for Immortality: The Electric Patterns of Life

https://www.scribd.com/doc/79627029/Har ... mmortality

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Re: Early Scientific Biofield Research

Postby everything on Wed May 09, 2018 5:38 pm

Really interesting thanks.

It reminds me of electric fish, which don't seem to be studied too much.

What seems supernatural or a sixth sense (like somehow knowing someone was looking at you or reading someone's movements super early, and much stranger stuff) is a fraction of the mysterious stuff other animals can do as an ordinary ability.



https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 ... 134917.htm
Scientists have long struggled to figure out how the brain guides the complex movement of our limbs, from the graceful leaps of ballerinas to the simple everyday act of picking up a cup of coffee. Using tools from robotics and neuroscience, two Johns Hopkins University researchers have found some tantalizing clues in an unlikely mode of motion: the undulations of tropical fish.
Cowan and Fortune focused on the movements of a small, nocturnal South American fish called the "glass knifefish" because of its almost transparent, blade-shaped body. This type of fish does something remarkable: it emits weak electrical signals which it uses to "see" in the dark. According to Fortune, several characteristics, including this electric sense, make this fish a superb subject for the study of how the brain uses sensory information to control locomotion.
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Re: Early Scientific Biofield Research

Postby dragonprawn on Wed May 23, 2018 6:51 pm

I resemble that remark! My PhD was on electric fish.
But to me it sounds more like this HeartMath stuff (google it) which I don't think is entirely without merit.
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