Towards General Experimentation and Discovery in “Conditioned” Laboratory Spaces

Part I:  Experimental pH-Change Findings

at Some Remote Sites




W. A. Tiller, Ph.D., W.E. Dibble, Jr., Ph.D., R. Nunley, Ph.D.,  and C. N. Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.

Keywords: consciousness, meditation, space-conditioning, pH, IHD, entanglement



          To “condition” a laboratory space means to raise the electrodynamic state of that space to one where not only are electric current, electric dipole and magnetic dipole effects important to material properties but magnetic current effects and human consciousness effects become important also. The “conditioning” process itself occurs through the agency of placing a small, electronic device, that has undergone a unique human consciousness-induced processing procedure, in that space in the electrically turned-on state for a period of close to 3 months. Such a device has been labeled an IHD (Intention Imprinted Electrical Device) and it’s unique intention imprint is imbedded in the device via a meditative state process. An initial 3 year study using such devices in a Minnesota laboratory on specific property changes of both inanimate and animate materials was robustly successful (large effect sizes at p<0.001).

          Here, via a pH-increasing IHD and purified water, at both a new Arizona laboratory plus remote laboratories in Kansas and Missouri, we show that the initial Minnesota results for water can be satisfactorily reproduced by others when the essential protocol is followed. In addition, we show that a remarkable macroscopic information entanglement process occurs between measurements at IHD sites and control sites located ~2 - 20 miles away from the IHD sites.

          This new data shows that human consciousness, at least under some conditions, can strongly influence well-designed target experiments in physical reality.