William Tiller – Conscious Acts of Creation – The Emergence of a New Physics
This book is an eye-opener for both non-scientists and scientists, metaphysicians and physicians, students and teachers and all people with a real interest in how science moves our world. It concerns unactualized human capabilities, opportunities and adventures for all of us in the years ahead.
For the first time, a rigorous experimental protocol is available to allow human qualities to meaningfully alter the properties of physical materials via specific human intentions!
The experimental data portion of this book shows, via the use of IIEDs (Intention Imprinted Electrical Devices), how human intention can robustly influence physical reality with measurement amplitude changes by as much as 100 times the instrument measurement accuracy.
The described experiments deal with inorganic materials like water, in vitro organic materials like enzymes and in vitro living systems like fruit fly larvae.
This experimental data shows how after ~3 months of continued use of the IIEDs in a particular laboratory space, that space becomes conditioned to a higher state of physics Gauge symmetry than present in normal locales.
In a conditioned space, human intention acts as a true thermodynamic potential to significantly influence the many chemical, electrical and biological processes of nature.
This book also provides a work in progress type of theoretical model that allows us to explain how this experimental procedure works to produce such striking changes in measurement amplitudes.
As Professor George Sudarshan (Physics Department, University of Texas, Austin) says: Your new book, I am sure, may long be remembered as the book that started out the scientific work in a new area and thus created a new era in science.
As Professor Rustum Roy (Director, Materials Research Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University) says: This book by Tiller, Dibble and Kohane is at once a magnum opus and a tour de force. The whole person healing community will be in deep debt to these authors for many years.