The Existence and Significance of Parapsychological Functions

Author: Song Kongzhi
Chinese Society of Somatic Science (Beijing, China)
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 1999
Other: Volume ID: 17 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 198-210 , Word Count: 148

This article reports existence of parapsychological functions through four series of experiments. In the first series of experiments a subject Mr. Baosheng Zhang removed polymethyl metacrylate (PMMA) chips from sealed transparent glass bottles without breaking the bottle. In the second series, the sample was a long spring-shaped wire which was put into a sealed transparent glass tube. The subject removed the wire from the tube, but again the tube was intact. In the third series of experiments, a series of pictures was taken in the intermediate state in which the target was moved from the container. In the fourth series, a 10-fen bank note was sealed between two PMMA boards as the sample. The subject burned and made many holes on the bank note from outside the boards. All these were done with intact samples. These results suggest that there are physical and physiological functions of parapsychological phenomena.