Category Archives: Environment
Konstantin Korotkov, Christian Bordes
In August 2013 during an Ecuadorian expedition we had a chance to measure energy in different places using two BioWell instruments with Sputnik sensor. Data were collected at different times of the day as every morning we were travelling to new and interesting places. We started our trip in Quito at the altitude 2600 m above sea level, and then in two weeks we traveled through all the country from North to the South reaching altitudes up to 5000 m. Our trip ended at the Galapagos Islands, at sea level. In parallel with Sputnik measurements practically every day we recorded the level of energy for 14 members of our expedition to monitor their level of health. Fig.1 presents the graph of energy in different days together with the graph of the altitudes where data were collected. Fig.2 presents the graph of standard deviation of the Bio-grams area.
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THE ENERGY OF SPACE
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REPORT ON THE EXPERIMENTS DURING WORKSHOP IN SPAIN, SEPTEMBER 2012
In mid-September Christian and Sylvie Bordes organized a trip to Aragon, Spain. On Friday 14 .09 forty people arrived by cars by a serpentine road to a wonderful place in the mountains and spent a night in a little cozy hotel. In the morning Sylvie and Konstantin Korotkov went to a little chapel in the mountains “Juan and Pablo Ermita” constructed in the XIth century. We put “Sputnik” sensor inside the chapel and started measurements around 8 am. Sun was only rising, so all the hill was in a shadow. Recorded signal of Energy was slowly decreasing (see graphs below). At some moment sun rose up from the hill and a peak was recorded by the instrument, which is clearly seen at the graph of signal Variation. Inside the chapel was still shadow as there was only one little window.
In: Konstantin G. Korotkov (Ed.). Measuring Energy Fields: Current Research. – Backbone Publishing Co. Fair Lawn, USA, 2004. pp.183-193.
Effects of Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields from Computer Monitors on the Corona Discharge from Skin
Gheorghe Cioca1, K. Korotkov2, Paolo U. Giacomoni1 and Glen Rein1
1-New Venture Technologies, Estee Lauder Companies, Melville, NY, USA. 2-Department of
Computer Science, St. Petersburg Technical University ITMO, St. Petersburg, Russia.
EPC/GDV MEASUREMENTS DURING SUN ECLIPSE 01.08.2008 IN SIBERIA
1. SUN ECLIPSE INFO
Measuring Energies at the Island of Andaman see and Cambodia
New Year 2012 we celebrated with my wife Irina at the resort on little island in Andaman see, Myanmar. (Nabucco’s Myanmar Andaman Resort, Macleod Island, Mergui Archipelago, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). It was our second visit there; in 2011 we were so charmed with beauty and calmness of this place that we decided to return. This is a diving resort where most of guests every morning take a boat and sail for diving to the nearby reefs. For half a day all the place is absolutely lonely with miles of sandy beaches, “home reef” with beautiful fishes and corrals, acceptable price, careful attitude from all the personnel and good kitchen. What else do you need for total relax!
Konstantin Korotkov, Dr., Professor
Project your Present to the Future
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the ‘present’.”
We live in the twenty-first century, but we do not fully understand what it means. Most people are involved in their everyday activity and they do not feel the wind of changes. Every day we hear the news of natural catastrophes all over the world: earthquake in Japan and New Zealand, floods in USA and Australia, avalanche of gale-force blizzards over USA East Coast and unusually hot summers in Russia, the hottest in 1,000 years of history. At least 100,000 people died from earthquakes, floods and heat phenomenon. In Pakistan, record monsoon rains destroyed infrastructure, left thousands dead and millions homeless. Wildfires erupted across the countries, heavily damaging wheat crops and forcing Moscow to impose an export ban that raised global wheat prices. While diplomats and scientists pondered over an accord that could replace the Kyoto Protocol, 19 nations were experiencing unusually high temperatures, including 53.5 degrees Celsius in Pakistan, the hottest ever in Asia. The 2012 Mayan Prophesy is coming true – world is coming to an end!!!