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Spectral Power Densities and Whole Body Photon Emissions from Human Subjects Sitting in Hyper-darkness

David AE Vares, Blake T Dotta, Kevin S Saroka, Lukasz M Karbowski, Nirosha J Murugan and Michael A Persinger

The human body emits a continuous field of photons that may exhibit holographic-like properties. If this concept is applicable then the appropriate technology and quantitative methods would have the capacity to detect anomalous sources anywhere within the volume of the body. To discern the feasibility of this concept we tested the capacity of four photomultiplier units to discriminate the presence or absence of a human being within a hyperdark (10-12 W·m-2) small room specifically constructed for this purpose. Only 100 s of measurements of photon emissions (50 Hz sampling, 20 ms bins) were required to obtain 100% accurate discrimination. Spectral Power Densities (SPD) for the photon counts when human subjects were present or not present were sufficiently complex to allow potential discernment of different health states. Preliminary data have already suggested that this particular method has the potential to function as a sensi