An Experiment on Remote Action against Man in Sense Shielding Condition

Author: Yamoto Mikio 1//Hirasawa Masahiko 1//Kawano Kimiko 12//Yasuda Nakahiro 1//Furukawa Akira FURUKAWA 1
National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Chiba, Japan [1]//Nippon Medical School, Tokyo, Japan [2]
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 1996
Other: Volume ID: 14 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 97-99 , Special Notes: Also in Japanese. Proceedings of First Symposium of Life Information Science, without peer review. , Word Count: 138

The objective of the experiment is to verify whether a tohate performed
by a master of qi-gong depends on his suggestion or not. When the
master performed the tohate for his pupil, with the master and his
pupil separately positioned in two rooms, each of which was located on
a different floor of a sense-shielded building, the master's acting
time and his pupil's response time were recorded. The time differences
between the master's acting time and the pupil's response time were one
sec and less, 6 times in 16 trials. This result implies that all
tohates do not depend on the master's suggestion and unknown
transmission of tohate acting, since the same event by chance as the
result described above gives a probability of 0.0058; the value is of
sufficient significance on approximate synchronous timing between both
performances of some tohates.