An Investigation of Solar Features, Test Environment, and Gender Related to Consciousness-Correlated Deviations in a Random Physical System

Joey M. Caswell, Lyndon M. Juden-Kelly, David A. E. Vares, Michael A. Persinger

Abstract


Whereas a multitude of solar and geomagnetic variables were not correlated with significant deviations in continuous measurements from random physical systems (Random Event Generators), these variables were moderately correlated with REG output during periods of intention. The scalar components (2 –10 nT) of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (r = ~0.50) and global geomagnetic activity (r = ~0.55) were significantly correlated with REG deviations during the second minute of intention. Significance compared with nonsuccessful deviations occurred during periods of intention when the Solar Radio Flux was about 20 units (2∙10−21 W∙m −2 Hz −1) higher. The polarity of the deviation was different within a Faraday (echoic) chamber than in a normal environment as well as between genders. The amount of energy associated with the increase in geomagnetic activity within the volume of human cerebrum is remarkably similar to the gravitational energy within this mass because of minute variations in G (the Gravitational Constant). These results indicate that a subset of variance shared across several components of the ambient heliogeophysical environment may be a significant mediator of intention-coupled changes in random variations in p-n junction devices, and those discrete energies associated with intrinsic variations in G may be relevant.

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