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Mark Green, Ph.D.

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The article is devoted to the consideration of thin physical fields ( DFT ) and some of their properties revealed in the process of conducting a series of experiments. The classification of DFT and the method proposed by the author for measuring their intensity are given. The features of the information-wave transfer of DFT to various information carriers are considered.

Data are given on the use of a number of properties of thin physical fields for the benefit of a person: on methods of protection against the effects of harmful technogenic radiation, on “unexpected” properties of positive fields, and on the use of passive generators of these fields in the service of our health.

In recent years, scientists from many countries have been taking up the question of the existence of a whole class of field structures that we very often encounter in the world around us, but which, unfortunately, have been very little studied. It should be noted, and the fact that representatives of official science do not recognize their existence for the reason that classical science can neither explain their origin, nor substantiate their properties, let alone measure their parameters.

It is impossible to keep silent about the fact that even among the small group of researchers dealing with this problem, there is no consensus as to the origin of these fields, and their properties, not to mention terminology.

In this article, I would like to acquaint readers who are interested in this topic with some properties of the fields under consideration and some conclusions arising from the experiments I have conducted over the past few years. At the same time, it should be borne in mind that the conclusions set forth here do not in any way pretend, as they say, to “ultimate truth”.

It is also necessary to take into account that based on the same results, it is possible to come to different conclusions ...
I would like to draw attention to the fact that due to the lack of a common terminology relating to the affected problem, sometimes you have to use a number of terms with which you can and do not agree, since they do not always fully reveal the true essence of the described processes. For example, the term “energy information transfer”, currently used in the relevant literature, when describing the process of imprinting (transferring information properties) of the sources of the fields under consideration to intermediate or secondary (final) information carriers, in my opinion, does not fully reflect the physical nature of the transfer process , since the field transferred to the indicated carriers does not contain an energy component. Therefore, it would be more correct to use the term “information-wave transfer”, which does not contain contradictions with the described process.

Further, due to the fact that there is no single term relating to the name of this class of fields, it seems appropriate to use the term "thin physical fields" ( DFT ), used by some researchers of this problem.

It should also be noted that the experiments performed do not provide an opportunity to obtain complete information about the fields under consideration, firstly, because now nobody not only does not know all the properties of DFT , but even cannot imagine them. And secondly, without knowing the properties, it is impossible to determine the direction of research in which one should move ...

Further, not being a theoretical physicist, I do not undertake to make any believable hypothesis explaining the occurrence of these fields and their interaction with environmental objects, especially since there are about a dozen such hypotheses.

For the same reason, I don’t undertake to analyze the existing hypotheses expressed by well-known scientists on the subject of alternative science ... Their review is given in some detail in [12].

And finally, I want to note that the results given in this article were obtained only due to the fact that mastering the technique of radioesthesia (biolocation), more precisely, mastering the techniques of working with a pendulum, did not make for me much difficulty ...


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Publication date 10.11.2006