Effect of emitted qi on bovine serum albumen by the ultraviolet and fluorescence spectrophotometer

Author: Li Shengping 1//Su Mengyin 1//Meng Guirong 1//Cui Yuanhao 1//Xin Yan 2
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China [1] //Municipal Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Chongqing, Sichuan Province, China [2]
Conference/Journal: 1st World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1988
Other: Pages: 176 , Word Count: 238

In this experiment we used a ultraviolet-visible light spectrometer
and a fluorescence spectrometer to check in parallel the sample of bovine
plasma albumen solution acted by the emitted qi at a remote distance
(about 2000 km away).

The sample was electrophoretically pure, and was diluted into
water solution of a concentration of 0. 5 ug/ml.

Checking conditions of the instruments:
Scanning speed of fluorescence was 60 nm/min.
Characteristic peak of EM spectrum was 340 nm
Ultraviolet-visible light spectrometer's absorption: ABS 0.5
Scanning time: 3 min/FS
Bandpass: 2.O nm
Scanning range: 200-600 nm

The bovine serum albumen was prepared and stored in a big
container before hand. An hour before experiment we checked the initial
conditions by using a fluorescence spectrometer and a ultraviolet
spectrometer. After the samples was proved to be stable, the solution
was distributed into six test-tubes, three formed the experimental group,
the other three formed the contrast group.

Before the experiment began, the sample was placed on a square
stool in a dedicated darkroom. Then it received the emitted qi for 30-40
min. for each time.

This experiment was repeated several times, the results were very
clear and definite.

The experiment was done on Jan. 22, 1988.
From the experiment, it is easy to see that the differences of the
position of the sample cause the differences of the test results of
different samples. This kind of phenomena again indicate that the
emitted qi is to some extent directional and regional.