Chapter 4 What Is the Relationship of Your Eternal Self to the Physical Realm?
Princeton University Records of White Noise Generators
Since 1998, about 50 computers around the world have been constantly recording and analyzing white noise generated from devices much like the television set when there’s no signal. It is called the Global Consciousness Project (GCP). The noise has no order. However, the white noise generated by computers has shown episodes of unusual order during incidents that affected the minds of many people, such as floods, bombings, tsunamis, house votes, acquittals of figures, earthquakes, plane crashes, and many other such events. The randomness of the white noise changed with each event. The chances that these reactions in inanimate machines occurred coincidentally at those times are less than a million to one. You can see the list of incidents that caused the white noise to take on some order here: Princeton's white noise data.
Larry Dossey's Web Site
Larry Dossey, M.D., is a practicing internist who has written extensively about spiritual healing, prayer, and the mind outside of the body. Before completing his residency in internal medicine, he served as a battalion surgeon in Vietnam, where he was decorated for valor. Dr. Dossey helped establish the Dallas Diagnostic Association, the largest group of internal medicine practitioners in that city, and was Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital in 1982. His Web site has a wealth of information about the effects of the mind on the physical realm. http://www.dosseydossey.com/
Minds Change Water Crystals
Dr. Masaru Emoto has conducted thousands of experiments with water crystals showing that the mind's attitudes affect how water crystallizes when frozen. You can see photographs of the crystals and the activities that caused the water to change in constitution at this Web site. Dr. Emoto's crystals
You can see Chapter 4 of the book with color photographs of Dr. Emoto's crystals inserted where references are made to them at this link:
In an unusual, but revealing experiment reported by Rupert Sheldrake in his book The Sense of Being Stared At, when fledgling chickens developed a bond with a robot they thought was their mother, the robot, a completely inanimate machine, spent more time in their vicinity than at other places in the cage. Read more here . . .