Demonstration of a nonmaterial Process of Regulation
("Bluetooth" biological data transfer?)
Patent for this measurement process is pending since October 29 2007 with Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt under:
In the framework of five years of basic research on human cybernetics a practical method was developed to measure in an objective manner the subjective sensations of warmth felt by patients during manual treatment.
During treatment of more than 1000 patients the appearance of deep warmth could not be explained solely by physical transfer of warmth. This was even more evident as in most cases there was insulating material between the hand of the practitioner and the skin of the patient. Even a series of tests using a cold brass plate in a book could not influence significantly this unexplainable increase in temperature.
The treatment of patients who had undergone pain-therapy and work with top athletes who sometimes intentionally go beyond their pain threshold raised a number of questions in respect of the biological circuit of regulation. This practical approach led for instance to a revaluation of the TBS-IMPULSE, to the SENSIBILITY TEST and finally the PILSGLASS-EXPERIMENT, which made non material processes of regulation visible through water.
The experiment described below shows in measurable results by means of temperature sensors indirectly such a nonmaterial process of regulation.
PROOF OF NONMATERIAL PROCESS OF REGULATION
The experiment described below shows in measurable results by means of temperature sensors indirectly such a nonmaterial process of regulation by body to body.
Profil of deep warmth under mono- and bimanual treatment
Deep warmth after monomanual treatment
Deep warmth directed towards after bimanual treatment.
infrared camera thermal imaging of the skin surface
Achieving a uniform energy distribution in the body is a central task of bio cybernetics. The experiment provided evidence of an externally control of energy distribution of living creatures to living creatures
Thermocouple sensor design
Reference signs list:
5 thermocouple sensor
8 thermocouple sensor
9 thermocouple sensor
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12 respiratory Active Layer
14 Distance Unit
17 Under section
18 Distance Unit
24 Temperature Sensor
25 Temperature Sensor
26 data acquisition system
Patent for this measurement process is pending since October 29 2007 with Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt under application number 102007 052 553.4.
Results of my research in human cybernetics are not always in line with the physiology teachings of school medicine.
On my home page under the heading CHALLENGING QUESTIONS these issues were discussed.
FIRST PUBLICATION: 2007-11-10
LAST UPDATE: 2009-06-01