Human Electrostatic Field Measures in Copper Wall Replication Study | Ross Dunseath

In an effort to replicate the Copper Wall Research led by Elmer Green at the Menninger Institute, a similar facility was constructed at The Monroe Institute 2018 and a pilot study was conducted in 2019 – 2020. Single-channel electrostatic measurements were made on staff and program participants at the Monroe Institute. Measurements with two healers were conducted as well. The study was exploratory, with a focus on identifying and controlling for environmental sources of measurement artifact. Results and plans for a study combining electrostatic measures with other sensors are be presented.

W. J. Ross Dunseath, Ph.D. is an electrical engineer who first encountered the wild world of psi research as a student at Duke University in the previous century. After working on dry electrode biosensors in a biofeedback lab at Duke, and inventing instrumentation for combined EEG/fMRI neuroimaging in a startup venture, he joined the Westfall Neuroimaging Lab at the Division of Perceptual Studies, University of Virginia, and is also research coordinator at The Monroe Institute. Present interests include neuroimaging of altered states of consciousness and psi phenomena, psi sensors, and biofield measurement.

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Published on July 22, 2023