Participants & Materials

Speakers: Move to Posters

Photo Name, Affiliation Title of Talk Abstract PresentationVideo
Luc Montagnier (Nobel Prize), World Foundation for Aids Research and Prevention
Recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Implements research on electromagnetic signals from DNA, studying the effect of these signals on water. 
Electromagnetic detection of microbial DNA in patients suffering of chronic diseases: implications for therapeutic strategies.
Gerald Pollack, University of Washington
His interests have ranged broadly, from biological motion and cell biology to the interaction of biological surfaces with aqueous solutions. 

1. Serge Kernbach, Cybertronica Research, Germany
2. Jeremy Pfeiffer, Pond Science Institute, USA
3. Anton Fedorenko, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
IC Project: Transmission of specific field generated by a primary substance through long distances, and changing the state of secondary substance under influence of specific field
Carlos.png Carlos Haubi, University of Aguascalientes
Profesir-Investigador en Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes
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Stewart’s acid-base theory and its importance in medical and biological research

Bill.png Bill Bengston, St. Joseph’s College
He has published widely in criminology, the sociology of religion, mathematical modeling, and the sociology of science and knowledge (with emphasis on anomalous healing).
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Can “anomalous healing” be stored and turned into a conventional therapy?
Gun.pngGunWoong Bahng, KRISS, Korea
His interests: Mechanical behaviour of materials at low temperature; Hardness standards; Certified reference materials; The traceability and metrology of materials properties; Standard reference data.
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Structured water and its effect on the cell proliferation rate
Konstantin Korotkov, University of St. Petersburg
He has led a research career for over 30 years, combining rigorous scientific method with an insatiable curiosity about things of the spirit and the soul with deep respect for all life.
Effects of coherent domains water to athletes and cancer patients 

Ilya Digel, University of Applied Science, Aachen
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Water-related phenomena in spectroscopic studies of biological macromolecules
Ian.png Ian Trousdell, Foundation for Water
He has spent over 35 years developing John Wilkes’ Flowform technology and arts in the South Pacific and Asia, after training with him in sculpture and hydrology at Emerson College in the mid 1970s.
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Rhythmic fluidics and its functional role in nature
James.png James DeMeo, Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory
Starting in 1977 he undertook replication studies of Reich's biophysical research -- specifically, a systematic evaluation of the Reich cloudbuster which yielded positive results.
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Restoring the Life-Properties to Atmospheric Water: A New Method for Ending Droughts, Tested in the USA, Israel and Africa
Tom Wysmuller, JSC Climate group (NASA Ret.)
He lectures worldwide on Climate issues, often joined with former NASA colleagues and Apollo Astronauts.  He chaired “Water Day” at UNESCO-IHE, Delft NL, in 2013.  
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Manjir.png Manjir Samanta-Laughlin, Author
She is a former medical GP, bio-energy therapist and holistic doctor at the Bristol Cancer Help Centre and has now become a leading light in the field of linking cutting edge science and spirituality.
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Black Holes and Water - towards a unification of process
Vladimir.pngVladimir Voeikov, Moscow State University
His major research interests are energy metabolism, electron transport, cell respiration, free radical’s role in bioenergetics and he is an expert in the research of water.
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Progressive evolution is the inherent property of aqueous systems
Roumiana.pngRoumiana Tsenkova, Kobe University
She works with Aquaphotomics. The aim is to describe and understand biological systems through the multidimensionality of water - light interaction expressed as a spectral pattern.
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nophoto.pngPatrizio Signanini, University of Chieti Cooling effect of water capillary rise through a porous cooked clayey brick
Vitorio.pngVittorio Elia, University of Naples Chiral water – circular dichroism of perturbed pure water

Thanassis Mandafounis, The Lowen Foundation
His interests are from these areas: water, fluorescence spectroscopy, wilhelm reich, orgone accumulator, EZ water, and special relativity
The role of water in two crucial classical experiments that investigated the question of the existence of a medium necessary for the propagation of electromagnetic waves.
Bernd Kröplin, TAO Group in Germany
For more than 15 years research about the memory of water and the influence of various impacts on water drops by photographing and analyzing with phenomenical methods.
The Memory and communication of water

Glen Rein, Quantum Biology Research Laboratory
His interests relates to Homeopathy, Water and QED
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Timothy Winey, Basic Research Ltd., UK
Independent researcher interested in non-chemical treatments of water and other liquids with diverse projects ranging from hydroponics, to natural sweeteners, to fuel combustion and even the improvement of wines and other alcoholic beverages.
Anomalous Effects of Torsion-like Fields on Water and other Liquids
David Ehre, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

High temperature ice nucleation induced by pyroelectric effect in amino acids crystals
Alberto Foletti, Clinical Biophysics International Research Group, Switzerland  Medical applications of electro-magnetic information transfer through aqueous systems
Igor Jerman, Institute Bion, Slovenia

Long- and short-range subtle field impacts on water
Greg Nigh, Immersion Health, Portland, Oregon 
Naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist
The relationship between water, sulfur and disease, and a successful clinical protocol for restoring health
Dario Toso, University of Washington

New findings in water purification treatment
Petri Federley, Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and a teacher in Finland 

Man between heaven and eart - yin and yang made ez

Alexander Trofimov, 
International Scientific Research Institute of Cosmoplanetary Anthropoecology by Academician V.Kaznacheev, Russia
Helioprotective water at epoch of cosmoplanetary  changes
Takizawa Satoshi, University of Tokyo
His interests are from these areas: environmental engineering, environment, water quality, water purification technologies, water treatment.
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