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experimental enhancement of putative Psi experiences by application of magnetic fields

John N. Booth

experimental enhancement of putative Psi experiences by application of magnetic fields

by John N. Booth

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Published by Laurentian University, Department of Psychology in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


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Statementby J.N. Booth.
The Physical Object
Pagination31, [6] l.
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20779684M

The results of this study will be useful to researchers who need an accurate prediction of the behavior of superparamagnetic beads in aqueous suspensions under the influence of weak magnetic fields. The derivation of the force on a magnetic bead due to a magnetic field also identifies the correct treatment to use for this interaction, and Cited by: Persinger has experimented with weak complex, time-varying magnetic fields applied to the brains of human subjects. Some people are more susceptible to field variance than others. This application has been dubbed EIF or Experience Inducing Fields. Not all magnetic anomalies have implications for experience.

T1 - Modeling of magnetic fields on a cylindrical surface and associated parameter estimation for development of a size sensor. AU - Zhang, Song. AU - Rajamani, Rajesh. PY - /10/5. Y1 - /10/5. N2 - This paper develops analytical sensing principles for estimation of circumferential size of a cylindrical surface using magnetic by: 3. Modification of Electric and Magnetic Fields by Materials 78 In the absence of an applied electric field, the molecules of a dielectric are randomly oriented (Fig. b). This results from the disordering effects of thermal molecular motion and collisions. Molecular ordering cannot occur spontaneously because a net electric field would result.

Principles and Applications of Electromagnetic Fields by Robert E. Plonsey-Collin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at We discuss the clusters of resources that emerge when upper-division students write about electromagnetic fields in linear materials. The data analyzed for this paper comes from students' written tests in an upper-division electricity and magnetism course. We examine how these clusters change with time and context. The evidence shows that students benefit from Author: Savannah L. Mitchem, Dina Zohrabi Alaee, Eleanor C. Sayre.


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Experimental enhancement of putative Psi experiences by application of magnetic fields by John N. Booth Download PDF EPUB FB2

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