Discovery of the “non-physical” component of optical radiation quantum generators
Parapsychology and psychophysics. - 2000. - No1. - S. 67-70.
Kvartalnov V., Perevozchikov N.
Kvartalnov Vladimir , PhD, senior researcher of the Federal electronics equipment design bureau “Electron’.
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Perevozchikov Nikolay, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
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This article presents the result of experimental studies on the effect of radiation from an optical quantum generator (laser) on the electrical conductivity of extremely pure water. In the process of working at the level of an objective physical experiment, it was possible to isolate from a laser radiation a component that differs in its properties from electromagnetic (optical) radiation. The distinguished component of the radiation is called psi-quantum (psi-K) radiation. The manifested properties and the nature of the interaction of the isolated psi-K component of the radiation with various substances differ significantly from the known physical fields and radiation. The similarity of the properties of psi-K radiation with the extrasensory bioenergetic effects of a human inducer has been experimentally established.
The hypothesis of the presence of laser radiation in addition to EM components and components of a different nature arose in a detailed examination of the methods of using a laser in the treatment of a number of diseases that exhibit properties similar to bioenergy therapeutic. The very use of laser radiation through exposure to acupuncture points, causing a curative effect similar to reflexology, electro-acupuncture therapy or acupressure, also suggested a possible “non-electromagnetic” nature of the effect, common to all of these methods.
Extrasensory biolocation methods used to test the radiation of a number of industrial medical and technical laser tests made it possible to determine the initial parameters of the alleged component present in their radiation along with EM radiation, and determined the subsequent transition to purely physical experiments with the registration of changes in the UEP value of extremely pure water as a result of exposure. In the course of the experiments, the problem of isolating the supposed “new” component from the total laser radiation was solved and a significant difference between the properties manifested by it and the known physical fields and radiation was found. The open “nonphysical” component of laser radiation is conventionally called psi-quantum radiation or abbreviated psi-K radiation.
Earlier, some researchers speculated about the possible presence of unknown components in microwave radiation of various ranges (microwave, EHF, lasers) , and the unusual effect of electromagnetic radiation on various, mainly biological, objects was noted. In the process of conducting the presented experimental works, it was possible for the first time to detect and isolate psi-K radiation at the level of a purely physical experiment.
One of the challenges facing researchers working in the field of parapsychology and psychophysics in studying the effects of bioenergetic interactions is the problem of detecting bioenergetic effects using physical recorders, for example, in the form of changes in some well-studied physical parameter. One of the options for this approach is the use of water as an object of bioenergetic impact, with subsequent
registration of changes in pH, density, viscosity, UEP, etc.
The patent method used in the work is fundamentally based
. The method consists in the sensitivity of extremely pure water with a specific resistance of at least 18 mOhms to the influence of superweak fields, expressed in changes in the UEP. The proposed mechanism for the sensitivity of extremely pure water to weak, including bioenergetic, influences is a change in the structure of molecular associates, which in turn causes a change in the CES.
During the experiments, low-power helium-neon lasers (with an optical power of 1–10 mW and a wavelength of 632 nM) were used as a radiation source. The experiments used extremely pure water obtained by processing the distillate at the Mili-Q UF Plus installation of the Milipor company. In most experiments, exposure was made to a 50 ml sample of water located in a quartz or glass beaker through a beaker wall. All measurements of conductivity were made relative to the control sample, which was not exposed, but was in the same conditions as the working sample. The experiments showed:
Exposure to psi-K radiation (filtered from EM) for 30 minutes on a sample of extremely pure water causes a decrease in conductivity by 3 - 10%, which allows us to record in certain experiments the fact of the presence of exposure with a confidence probability of more than 0.999 (taking into account instrumental and methodological errors) . Such a change in UEP is commensurate with a change in water temperature by up to 2–3 degrees.
The effect of psi-K radiation on the SEC value of extremely pure water is commensurate with the results of the distant extrasensory bioenergetic effect of a human operator.
The main property of psi-K radiation used to isolate laser radiation from the general radiation was the property of the passage of this radiation through any single crystals, including “opaque” components for EM, without significant attenuation and refraction. Thus, to isolate the psi-K component, either a single crystal that absorbs EM radiation (for example, silicon or germanium) or a transparent single crystal that deflects an EM beam when the psi-K beam passes in a straight line can be used.
Among the discovered properties of a "non-physical" nature are the following: psi-K radiation is delayed by a single plate of any type of glass (2–3 or more installed in series), but freely passes through two glasses immersed in liquid without refraction. As liquids, ordinary tap water was used (between glass slides, or poured into a glass) and mercury poured into an optical cuvette from a spectrophotometer.
The results of the experiments can be considered preliminary, but they also allow us to make an assumption about the following properties of psi-K radiation:
It exhibits properties similar to physical radiation or fluxes.
Spreads geometrically rectilinearly relative to the source, spatiallycoinciding with the electromagnetic (optical) radiation of the laser.
Shielded (or completely absorbed) by certain substances, regardless from the EM components of the laser radiation. The processes of screening, absorption and reflection are significantly different from the processes of screening (absorption, reflection) of electromagnetic radiation.
It saturates certain substances with a “certain semblance of a field” that persists for some time (exponentially dissipates at room temperature in 5-10 hours), manifesting itself in the form of changes in the physical parameters of these substances, in particular, the UEP of extremely pure water.
The “field” perceived by substances under the influence of psi-K radiation can be “scattered” (“removed”, “discharged”) under certain influences. For example, various single crystals and water lose their “field” after heating to a temperature of 100 or more degrees or repeated (10 to 20 times) exposure to a photographic flash lamp.
When diluting water with “charged" psi-K radiation by pure water, the intensity of the "field" decreases in proportion to the masses being mixed. The “field” is capable of being redistributed between the masses of charged and uncharged water when connected by a capillary excluding mass transfer.
In the process of passing through certain substances (for example, various single crystals, liquids), psi-K radiation is partially absorbed, with a gradual decrease in absorption as the substance is saturated with a “field”.
When passing through various substances tested in the course of experiments, the properties of refraction were not found.
Reflected by certain structural combinations of some materials. It is reflected by a glass metallized mirror in the direction from the glass side and is not reflected by metal surfaces. When reflected from the mirror, the psi-K component changes the conditional "sign" according to biolocation definitions (the change of the "sign" is not confirmed by physical experiment).
It interacts with geometric shapes by changing the spatial position relative to the radiation source (laser). In the experiments, a sinusoidal resonator of the “snake” type was used, which caused a spatial shift of the psi-K beam to a distance of 60 cm.
The "intensity" of the radiation is not directly related to the power of electromagnetic radiation, but is probably somehow related to the geometric dimensions of the working generating body of the laser. In experiments, in addition to helium-neon lasers with a working fluid of the order of tens of centimeters, semiconductor lasers of the same range with a working fluid with a length of a few millimeters were tested. When the power of a semiconductor laser was ten times higher than that of a gas laser, the psi-K radiation intensity was approximately two orders of magnitude lower, which did not allow the use of a semiconductor laser in experiments.
It has a significant effect, from stimulating to pathogenic, on the vital activity of biological structures of various levels.
Studies of the listed properties of psi-K laser radiation are preliminary
nature and require further continuation and careful verification.
Further study of the properties of open psi-K components of the laser requires the creation of
special new and improvement of already known "detectors", similar to the measurements of UEP of extremely pure water. Among the promising areas are microbiological sensors [1, 7], a further search for “sensitive” substances [2, 5] and methods for high-precision measurements of their properties, the creation of devices on thermodynamic or threshold physical effects similar to semiconductor noise generators  or devices on Hall effects, Josephson .
It is extremely important to study the psi-K component of other laser ranges (from infrared to ultraviolet). Of particular interest are the properties of high-power laser radiation, provided that the psi-K component is separated from the EM. The properties of psi-K radiation exhibiting an action similar to extrasensory bioenergetic effects at high intensities can allow reproducing “force” parapsychological effects such as telekinesis, pyrokinesis, etc. Without separation of the radiation components, these effects of powerful laser could be masked by the thermal effects of EM radiation and not were discovered.
At present, the following hypotheses hypotheses not verified experimentally can be made:
The psi-K component of the laser radiation may itself consist of several components that differ in their properties (similar to harmonics of electromagnetic radiation, etc.).
Based on their discovered property of interaction with geometric shapes, it can possess the property of a phantom-shaped spatial transfer, for example, using photographs similar to that described in .
It is still difficult to make assumptions about the possible nature of the generation of psi-K radiation.
due to insufficient accumulated experimental data. It is possible that the generation is excited during the interaction of the EM field with some substances, in particular, with the substance of the working body of laser. This assumption is supported by the alleged presence of a similar component in microwave and UHF radiation. In the framework of this assumption, the question arises of a more complex interaction of EM radiation with substances, in particular, with biological objects. The interaction can be determined as psi-K radiation accompanying EM, and about the "induced" in the substance of the object.
It should be noted that the experiments showed high efficiency of using extrasensory and biolocation methods in a physical experiment. Such a methodology opens up the possibility of combining parapsychological methods that have hard-to-evaluate limits of intuitive-subconscious abilities with subjectivity, with the objectivity of the natural science approach, which has instrumental and methodical limitations. This issue deserves separate consideration and further development.
The result obtained in the course of the experiments, the discovery of psi-K radiation of laser radiation, allows for further systematic study of a psi-K radiation sample that is easily reproduced and available in any laboratory, becoming, as it were, the key that opens access to the entire assortment of parapsychological interactions. I would like to hope that the presented result is really only the first step and can serve as a turning point for the transition of parapsychological research into a purely “physical” channel, into the channel of a full-fledged natural science field of research.
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A method for isolating psi-quantum emission lasers (laser) and an apparatus for its realization
A method for isolating psi-quantum emission lasers (laser), characterized in that the separation of the electromagnetic and quantum psi-radiation is carried out by using any of the following types of interaction alone or in some combination thereof: the absorption of electromagnetic radiation; refraction of electromagnetic radiation; reflection of electromagnetic radiation by passing through a certain substance or substances through a specific combination having the property of passing psi-quantum radiation without a similar interaction with it.
2. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the radiation is optical quantum generator (laser) is passed through one of the following substances or their constructive through some combination with each other and / or with other substances: various single crystals, for example, silicon; dissociated fluid, e.g., water and aqueous solutions; ionized fluid, such as liquid metals having high refractive optical density in a predetermined range of electromagnetic radiation, the electromagnetic radiation absorbing and transmissive psi-quantum radiation without interaction in the form of absorption.
3. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the radiation is optical quantum generator (laser) is passed through one of the following substances or their constructive through some combination with each other and / or with other substances: single crystals, for example, single crystal quartz; dissociated fluid, e.g., water and aqueous solutions; ionized liquids such as molten metals, having a high optical refractive index in a predetermined range of electromagnetic radiation, the deflecting force in refractive electromagnetic radiation transmissive and psi-quantum radiation without interaction in a refractive index.
4. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the radiation is optical quantum generator (laser) is directed at an angle onto the surface between two media with different optical refractive index, one of which represents one of the following substances: single crystals, for example, single crystal quartz ; dissociated fluid, e.g., water and aqueous solutions; ionized liquids such as molten metals, having a property of partial or complete reflection of electromagnetic radiation of a predetermined range, reflecting the electromagnetic radiation transmissive and psi-quantum radiation without interaction in the form of reflection.
5. An apparatus for performing the method of claim 2, comprising an optical quantum generator (laser) radiation absorbing splitter representing absorbing filter made of one of the following substances or some of their structural combinations with each other and / or with other substances : a variety of single crystals; dissociated liquid; ionized fluid having the property of absorbing electromagnetic radiation of a predetermined frequency to pass and psi-quantum radiation without absorption.
6. An apparatus for carrying out the method according to claim 3, comprising an optical quantum generator (laser) radiation refracting delimiter representing spectral (dispersion) optical prism made from one of the following substances or some of their structural combinations with each other and / or with other substances: single crystals, for example, single crystal quartz; dissociated fluid, e.g., water and aqueous solutions; ionized liquids such as molten metals, having a property of high optical refractive index, the deflecting force in the optical refractive electromagnetic radiation of a predetermined frequency and transmits the psi-quantum radiation without refraction.
7. An apparatus for carrying out the method according to claim 4, comprising an optical quantum generator (laser) reflecting radiation splitter, which is a mirror reflectivity go optical prism made from one of the following substances or their combinations certain constructive each other and / or with other substances: single crystals, for example, single crystal quartz; dissociated fluid, e.g., water and aqueous solutions; ionized fluid, such as liquid metals to ensure the partial or total reflection of electromagnetic radiation of a predetermined frequency and transmissive psi-quantum radiation without reflection.
8. An apparatus for performing the method of claim 2, comprising an optical quantum generator (laser) radiation absorbing splitter, characterized in that the radiation-absorbing separator provided with a device for removing the heat generated.
9. A device for implementing the method according to claim 3 and / or 4, comprising an optical quantum generator (laser), refracting and / or reflecting the radiation divider, characterized in that it comprises an optical target for the absorption and / or scattering of electromagnetic radiation, equipped with a device for heat dissipation.