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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.
THE ENERGY OF SPACE
ENERGY OF OUR HOME
Our home… This expression brings so many images to one’s mind. A cozy kitchen where friends like to gather and sit way past midnight at the kitchen table sipping wine, tea or spirits, strangely reluctant to move to the drawing room specifically designed for entertaining visitors. The town of one’s childhood, the sweet agony of first love, the youth spinning by. The country that we curse, scold and still love for what she is. Our home – the Earth, the beautiful planet, one of a kind, ever flowing through the endless void of the space in the throbbing fluxes of the Universe breathing. And yet we still know so little about this home of ours. We gradually master the upper level of the earth, seas and oceans, having a hard time imagining what is lurking in the somber depths, the processes happening in the bowels of the Earth and in the atmosphere are as unpredictable to us as ever, and disastrous cataclysms regularly threaten our safety. We have reclaimed but a small part of the Earth’s surface and yet we proudly declare that we rule the world and keep on spoiling everything around us.