Multidisciplinary Research Journal

Long Term Order in Infrared Absorption Spectra of Water Subjected to Weak Electromagnetic Influence

Korenbaum V1,2*, Chernysheva T3, Sergeev A4, Galay V3, Galay R3 and Zakharkov S1

1Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Science, Vladivostok, Russia

2Theoretical and Experimental Physics Department, School of Natural Science, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok

3Clinics of Functional Medicine “Manus”, Vladivostok

4Institute for Automation and Control Processes, Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Science, Vladivostok

*Correspondence E-mail: v-kor@poi.dvo.ru 

Key Words: Water, Saline solution, Distilled water, Electronic copying, Homeopathy, Hidden control, Infrared absorption spectroscopy, Double blind study, Statistics, Significant differences, Planck’s energy increments

Received May 7th, 2013; Accepted May 10th, 2013; Published May 27th, 2013; Available online June 10th, 2013

doi: 10.14294/WATER.2013.5

Abstract

The ability of water to respond to external influences has been considered for many years. So-called electronic copying, based on this phenomenon, is widely used in complementary medicine. To reject or confirm the validity of the copying phenomenon scientifically has been a challenge. Here, the absorption spectra of electronic copies of seven parent substances were studied using a double blind procedure in three independent series of experiments. The carrier was saline solution or med-ical-grade distilled water (factory-sealed ampoules). Spectral readings of electronic copies were compared with hidden controls. Statistically significant distinctions were found at some wavelengths between 3000 nm and 1400 nm in all three experiments. The wavelengths revealed a kind of order in their positions. Both observations imply long-term response of water to the weak electromagnetic influence involved in electronic copying.

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