Joey M. Caswell, Mark W.G. Collins, David A.E. Vares, Lyndon M. Juden-Kelly, Michael A. Persinger, Gravitational and Experimental Electromagnetic Contributions to Cerebral Effects upon Deviations from Random Number Variations Generated by Electron Tunneling, Volume 16, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 16)
    New theoretical and traditional quantitative solutions involving a pervasive unit quantum of ~10<sup>-20</sup> J within biological and large-scale physical systems predicted that the mass of the human subject, subtle changes in gravitational phenomena, and the energy available within the cerebral volume should affect proximal random number variations produced by electron tunneling. In a series of experiments application of a specific, physiologically-patterned weak magnetic field over the right temporal lobe significantly enhanced the effects of intention upon deviations from random variations created by electron tunneling devices at a distance of 1 m. These variations were strongly (r~0.80) correlated with the coupling between the forces from the background free oscillations of the earth and the energy differences across the cell width between lunar perigee and apogee. The results support the approach that complex cognitive processes including “intention” can be described by physicochemical parameters and their magnitude of energies are within the range by which interactions or modulations from subtle gravitational forces applied across the cellular membrane and width might occur.
    Applied Weak Magnetic Fields, Cerebral Function, Electron Tunneling, Gravitational Energy, Perigee-Apogee Effects, Random Numbers