2007 Distance Healing Experiment with Pennsylvania State University Medical School
Time: Starts on November 2nd 2007
Place: Laboratory of Pennsylvania State University Medical School
Host: Professor John E. Neely MD, pediatrics and oncology specialist
Set Up: UT-7, a human leukemia cell line was chosen for this experiment. Cells were grown in flasks, each containing 5 x 104 cells in 20 ml. media. Four flasks were arranged in each of 2 incubators. A top shelf contained 1 flask in the back left (1A) and 1 flask in the front right (1B). A middle shelf (1C) and a bottom shelf (2A) each contained a flask in the front right.
Procedure: Cells were directly counted from the suspension using a hemocytometer chamber, every 1-3 days. Three sequential experiments were performed. Two pre-treatment studies showed both incubators had identical growth. In the third study, distance treatment by Mr. Li from California began immediately after planting the cells.
Results: All groups initially grew identically, but slowly over time, the treatment flasks 1C faltered in growth and on the 31st day, no cells alive in 1C while control flasks still show average of more than 140 millions cells alive. And in the treatment 1A, 1B and 2A flask, there appeared to be morphologic changes, such as a large number of cells had multiple nuclei and also the total number of cells kept increasing, which can not be explained by modern medical science. And even the cells were still alive; they may not bear the same features as original UT-7. This is a breakthrough in biological science; it shows by changing the primary energy structure of cells could change the characteristics of them. This also provides a scientific explanation of energy rejuvenation. Also, there are a large amount of cells were freeze-preserved during the experiment, they can be used for further study in the future.