Skin Temperature Changes of Receiver's Laogong on the Left Hand in Remote Action Experiment

Author: Chen W 12//Kokubo H 12//Kokado T 1//Zhang T/ 12///
National Institute of Radiological Sciences (Chiba, Japan) [1]//Institute for Future Technology (Tokyo, Japan) [2]
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 2001
Other: Volume ID: 19 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 473-476 , Word Count: 124

Trained as a pair for 40 years, two persons were studied in a remote action experiment. What they have trained is a martial art that people train to foresee an attack from partner. The two were separated in two rooms during the experiment, and normal information transmission routes (the senses of sight, hearing etc.) were cut off. The sender emitted 'qi of attack' only once during an 80-second trial on double blinded and randomized conditions. A thermistor was used to measure the hand surface temperature at the receiver's left laogong (middle of palm of hand). The difference between the average temperature change before and after transmitting was analyzed. At one second before the transmitting time, the difference for 2 seconds was statistically significant and 1% or less.