Book Review: ‘Conscious Acts of Creation – The Emergence of a New Physics’, by
William A. Tiller, Walter E. Dibble, and Michael J. Kohane
ISBN 1-929331-05-3 Pavior Publishing, Walnut Creek, CA.
From the Preface:
marks a sharp dividing line between old ways of scientific thought and old protocols, wherein, human qualities of consciousness.
intention, emotion, mind and spirit cannot significantly affect physical reality, and a new paradigm wherein they can
robustly do so.”
half of this book demonstrates, utilizing a unique experimental protocol on both inanimate and animate systems, that the human
quality of focused intention can be made to act as a true thermodynamic potential and strongly influence experimental measurements for a variety
of specific target experiments.”
The authors conclude
by telling of the implications of this new paradigm on the fields of religion, philosophy, psychology, and integrated medicine. They also explain how various fields of science and technology will be affected. Some examples are: biology, electrical
engineering, water treatment for health care, enhancing brain coherence in humans, chemical and pharmaceutical industries,
semiconductor fabrication, crystal growth, computer coherence, and integrated medicine applications.
There is a lot of
technical jargon that may be beyond the comprehension of many laymen, but the implications are quite clear: Focused intent of the human mind can alter physical effects.
Many of us have
known this for some time, but now a group of respected main stream scientists, from Stanford
University, have proven it by repeatable lab experiments.
Ralph Squire, October 2007