Random Event Generators and Bioenergetic Health Screening Devices by Harry Massey
In the realm of healthcare biotechnologies, every non-point probe computerized device, whatever its developer's claims (and there are some rather fantastic explanations of how some of these devices work), utilize some form of random event generator (REG) as part of the process of generating the assessment results. Using a REG to generate health screening results may seem unscientific, but the method works, as many thousands of health care practitioners using all sorts of bioenergetic clinical devices can testify. The REG acts as the interface between the client's consciousness and the computer system, and results are reliable as long as the client is truly open to the capabilities of the device.
Mind Can Affect Matter
Research carried out since 1979 by Robert Jahn and Brenda Dunne at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research lab, located at Princeton University, has demonstrated that mind can influence physical processes, causing random events to become less random to a small but statistically significant degree. The effects are minor, but undeniable. In tens of thousands of trials, Jahn and Dunne asked subjects to use their intention to try to influence randomly generated events, such as a computer spewing out a series of completely random strings of 0s and 1s, so that there would be more 0s or more 1s than there would be otherwise. In this and other types of tests the results revealed that subjects were able to influence the event to become non-random. It is important to note that the processes in Jahn's lab were absolutely random, and not what is called "pseudo" random, which is a process that is not perfectly random but only appears to be.
What does this research have to do with health? It allows us to see that a client's consciousness can affect matter, including his or her physical body and state of health. In terms of bioenergetic technology, the REG links the client's consciousness at a quantum level to the scanning process, indicating a "start" point for the quantum interface between client and computer.
Bioenergetic health screening devices took a great leap forward with the advent of computer technology. Originally, practitioners using electro-point-probe systems had to use ampoules of various substances to test against the client's body, in a laborious and notoriously imperfect system. With the advent of computers, the ampoules were no longer necessary as the information could be programmed directly into the software. In effect, language (albeit programming language) not ampoules was used to match against. But that meant that thousands of bits of information had to be programmed into the computer and the test was still time-consuming. In many cases, the match was also less than reliable, and they could only be made for what was programmed into the computer. Obviously, not everything could be.
It has been somewhat difficult to trace who first used an REG as a switch between the "real" and the "virtual" in an energetic health screening device, but it may have been a man named De Borge a Hungarian scientist whose diagnostic software gave meaningful results.
The technique was expanded by Bill Nelson and his eclosion device, and subsequent EPFX, QXCI and SCIO versions. These devices use a pseudo random event generator and a Borland database of test items.
A number of other people and companies developed technologies along similar lines-using computers instead of physical samples, such as the ampoules. These include NES Health, Quantec, MARS, CoRe, Oberon and Metascan
Types of Random Event Generators
There are two main types of REGs. One uses a white noise source and the other uses the computer to generate pseudo random events. NES, MARS, Scio, Oberon and Metascan all use pseudo random event generators, whereas Quantec and CoRe use white noise diodes in a USB-attached chip to generate the pseudo random events. No studies have shown that a white noise-generated random event is any more likely to be connect the physical "real" world with the virtual world than one that is generated on a computer. But the actual way that the pseudo random event is generated is not as important as how it is processed and the software code or algorithms that do that processing.
Repeatability and Accuracy
Conventional science, especially medical science, does not accept techniques and processes that are not repeatable, which is a problem for most bioenergetic devices. What conventional science is not able to grasp is that these devices may be working on a quantum level, so the entire framework of how to evaluate them must be different. The human body-field is dynamic, so it is ever-changing. Yet patterns can be detected over time. What is undeniable is that these devices have been used by thousands of clients to good effect, especially if there is a time lapse of a few days between tests.
Each time a scan is run, the computer is interfacing with the client's formational (or energetic) biofield. The test itself subtly alters that field, or, if you like, you could say that the test information is actually imprinting in a certain way on that person's biofield. Therefore, if another scan is conducted too soon after the first, the information interference from the first test may alter what will be picked up in the person's biofield during the second test. That's why it is best to wait a few days for the biofield to "quiet down" or for that information interference to dissipate before running another bioenergetic test.
Some biotechnology developers and manufacturers make claims that their tests are repeatable, but we have run basic tests on every device available and can say categorically that not one of them gives a repeatable result. It's easy to test this for yourself:
* Enter your name and run a test (different methods on different systems)
* Store the results
* Then close the program and reopen it, entering your name in a slightly different form or using another name
* Run the second test
You won't get the same results. Depending on how radically or not you alter your name the second time, you might get similar results, for some systems use a bit of code that recognizes similar names and simply takes existing data and alters it a little before displaying new results. Therefore, it is generally accepted that the first scan is the most accurate one. However, companies make various claims about the accuracy on the first scan. What matters in accuracy is both the quality of the test items and the intention of both practitioner and client.. What may matter most are the number of people getting well from using the system. To this effect, the best method of evaluating a system is very simply to speak to practitioners of that system. What's even better is to speak to those practitioners who are getting the best results!
The NES Total WellNES System stands out in both how it uses a pseudo random event generator and in its clinical success, as explained on the next page.
Space Resonance Theory and Matching
How can a computer capture information about the body?
The answer comes down to looking at "reality" in a rather different way than conventional science has told us. To fully appreciate the new view of reality that bioenergetics is proposing, we suggest you read Peter Fraser's article "Integrating Biology and Physics: The Coming Medical Revolution."
The NES system is based on a theory of "reality" proposed by astrophysicist Milo Wolf (MIT, retired), called Space Resonance Theory (or sometimes called the Wave Structure of Matter). His theory says that the matter of the physical universe is shaped and structured by how quantum space is shaped, by the "resonance" of that space. Space (and any property of reality that you care to think about) behaves rather like a spherical standing wave from which "particles" (the subatomic particles we know as electrons and photons and the like) arise. These particles (or most of them) are, in fact, just "appearances" created by the interaction of Out waves and In waves. When these waves interact, they change the resonance of space, and the differing resonances give space its different characteristics and properties. Wolff's theory is not unique in seeing physics as wave-dominant rather than particle-dominant. His theory is similar in some respects to that of John Cramer (called the Transactional Interpretation of quantum theory) and to a theory of consciousness proposed by Peter Marcer and Edgar Mitchell (called Phase-Conjugate-Adaptive-Resonance).
Let's apply this wave idea in a simple example using the photon, which is the "particle" of light but in the Wolff wave theory is really just an interference pattern created by high-frequency electrons. When the resonances of what we call photons propagate in space, objects become visible to our eyes. The photons can be thought of as the Out wave, exploring the universe. Then, the eye, which is giving off its own wave too, meets that Out wave/photon and in the interaction of the two waves, information is imparted: we interpret that information as an object in space. In the case of hearing, to use another example, because of the interaction of the In wave and the Out wave, a sound, when it is heard, actually seems to be located outside of the body, instead of where we must expect it - inside the ear/head/brain!
We at NES have developed a "matching" technique that is based on this kind of Space Resonance Theory. We are able to use a computer to generate an Out wave (based on data that represents the template of the human body-field as devised by Peter Fraser over three decades of research). Then by correlating this data to what most people would class as random events to create a "start" point for taking a reading of the ever-fluctuating body-field, we are able to pick up the corresponding In wave from the person being scanned. We then match that incoming information to the already existing data in the software that codes for Fraser's template of the "ideal" body-field structure. To read the full body-field we have to detect many In wave and Out wave interference patterns, so the software does a number of scans of aspects of the body-field in a single assessment (on the order of 200, of which results are returned for about 145 parameters of the body-field). The human body-field (its energy and information template at the quantum level) is disturbed by the scanning process, in the same way that all quantum events are disturbed when a measurement is taken, so an assessment cannot be reliably repeated until this disturbance settles.
What differentiates the NES scanning method?
In studying the process of what we call "matching" over the years, we have surmised that Nature generally prefers the "best possible answer," not a single definitive answer, from the many options that are possible. This process is different from the statistical probability that rules the quantum world. It also is not about chance or randomness. Matching is about emergence, ordering, pattern-forming. But, most importantly, we have found that any answer you get is only as good as the question you pose. So input (the data in the biotechnology's computer program) is of paramount importance, and this is taken into consideration in NES.
What sets NES apart is that we have discovered not only what to test for (what questions to ask of the body-field, if you will) but also that there is a preferred order to how the body-field should be analyzed, which matters in getting accurate information about the body-field. What is more, Peter Fraser's years of working on body-field theory has shown that there is also a preferred order to correcting distortions in the body-field. You can think of the body-field structure as like a map. When the map is scrunched up, you cannot read it properly. But when you smooth it out, you can understand it. Still, if you don't know how to read the map-if it is not read in the right order-you misunderstand the directions or misinterpret information. Peter Fraser has spent years working out the techniques to be able to discover the preferred order of the body-field and for correcting distortions, and together he and Harry Massey discovered how to apply that information to a computer-based clinical system. No other system or theory, as far as we know, follows this preferred sequence n either testing or correcting the body-field. That's why we believe that our NES-Professional System excels both from a clinical application standpoint and in terms of the accuracy of its scan results.
We have not only spent a great deal of time working out the best possible tests in the preferred sequence, so that the answers you get from the scan are the most accurate they can be in the context of correcting a person's distorted body-field, but we have discovered a way to imprint the corrective information into liquid remedies, called Infoceuticals. Our Infoceuticals provide the information to correct body-field (energy and information) distortions. Because we know the preferred sequence of correcting the "structure" of the body-field, we can correct it at the macro level, not the micro level, which is why with NES you do not have hundreds or thousands of Infoceuticals (such as you do with homeopathic remedies) and do not have to "diagnose," such as figure out the virus or mineral deficiency or try to address physical symptoms. You only need to correct the macro structures (the quantum structure in space, if you will) of the body-field, which then regulate the physical body and help return the body to homeostasis. In effect, NES allows you to work through the body-field to stimulate the self-healing capabilities of the physical body as Nature intended it to work.