William Tiller, PhD
Fellow to the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, Professor William Tiller, of Stanford University’s Department of Materials Science, spent 34 years in academia after 9 years as an advisory physicist with the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. In his conventional science field he has published over 250 scientific papers, 3 books and several patents. In parallel, for the past 30 years, he has been avocationally pursuing serious experimental and theoretical study of the field of psychoenergetics which will become a very important part of tomorrow’s physics. In this new area, he has published an additional 100 scientific papers and two seminal books: Science and Human Transformation and Conscious Acts of Creation: The Emergence of a New Physics.
Saturday, April 23 -- 10:45 am - 12:00 pm
New Experimental Data Requiring a Significant Change in the Present Scientific Paradigm
Robust experimental evidence shows that humans, from a deep meditative state, can imprint a specific intention for a specific material property change into a simple, low tech, electronic devise. Simply placing the device in the “on” state adjacent to the experimental apparatus designed for measurement of this specific material property, eventually causes the measured property to change in both the direction of, and magnitude of, the specific intention imbedded in the device. Replication of one of the four successful target experiments in six remote laboratories, by others, has been achieved. Several important experimental surprises also occurred.
Goal: To prove to the world that the long held but unstated assumption of science that ”no human quality of consciousness, intention, emotion, mind or spirit can significantly influence a well-designed target experiment in physical reality” is very, very wrong!
- learn what is involved with running a well-designed target experiment
- learn what is involved in creating an Intention Imprinting Electronical
- observe that
human consciousness can, under proper conditions, produce profound
effects on physical reality