Effect of emitted qi on higher temperature superconductors

Author: Huo Yuhua//Zhao Jing//Zhan Diankun//Zhao Xiaomei//Yang Guisheng
Nankai University, Tianjin, Beijing College of Acupuncture, Moxibustion, Traumotology, Tianjin Society of Somatic Science, China [1]
Conference/Journal: 2nd World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1993
Other: Pages: 115 , Word Count: 178

Some experiments have showed that the emitted qi could produce biological and chemical effects, change the property of different kinds of solution. In HNMR experiments, we have showed that the emitted qi effect on the variation of biological molecular structure is due to the H-bonds. Can the emitted qi effect the solid materials with very steady structure? For this, we have conducted many experiments. In this experiment, a few qigong masters emitted qi to the Y-, Te- and Bi-system's polycrystal-superconductive materials. Then.we measured Tc and Ic of these materials. We found that some qigong masters could make Tc and Ic down, others could make them up, and the changes were quite steady. After changing from room-temperature to liquid-nitrogen temperature for many times, the'un-accepting' qi 'materials went bad in their property. When a qigong master emitted his qi to materials, the Ic and Tc of these materials could not only return to the original values, but be made to exceed their original values. That is, the emitted qi can return and improve the property of the higher-temperature-superconductive materials.