I carried out that experiment back in 1987. After death the additional density of cosmic space around living organism get disolved back into cosmic space, this causes the loos of mass.
The total energy (E
) of a living organism can be described by Einstein formula as: E
is mass of dead organism and dm
is difference of a mass between living and dead organism, c
is a speed of light
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yours, amrit, founder of SpaceLife Institute, Italy
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ENERGY FLUCTUATIONS BETWEEN SPACE AND LIFE
Today science is still considering life as a phenomena that has developed on the planet earth. This approach has its routs in the "geocentric principle" which sees earth as the centre of the universe.
Earth is a relatively small planet of the solar system and dimensions of the universe are incalculable. All the processes on the planet are a “universal processes”, they run in the universe. The fact that they run on the planet is secondary. This approach can be called “universal principle”.
Seeing the phenomena of life from the point of the “universal principle” opens new perspectives. Life is considered as a phenomena that develops into universal space. One has to take in account that studying life only as a result of “bio-chemical” phenomena in a living organism is insufficient. Life has to be seen as a phenomena developed in the universal space. According to the “universal principle” living organism is an open system that exchanges energy with the universal space.
Existence of some energy fluctuations between universal space and life in a form of bio-photons become has been discovered by several researchers of "International Institute of Biophysics" http://www.lifescientists.de/
According to the experiment with earthworms (Sorli, 1987-90) and rats (Kawada, Inomata, before 1997, exact date not known) at the time of death there is a strong energy fluctuation between living organism and universal space that can be detected as a “weight difference” at the time of death.
Preliminary experiment with growing yeast in a mass close system (Sorli 1987-90) shows that in a growing phase a living organism is taking the energy from the cosmic space and integrating it into organism. The mass of the close system where yeast grow into anaerobic conditions is increasing.
The total energy (E) of a living organism can be described by Einstein formula as: E = (m + dm) cc
where m is mass of dead organism and dm is difference of a mass between living and dead organism
dm is the result of the energy fluctuations between universal space and living organism and is characteristic only for the living organism. After the death of the organism this energy fluctuations are interrupted.
Universal space has no entropy. No one ever prove space has some entropy. There is also no scientific theory that would predict cosmic space has some entropy. The energy that build up cosmic space does not follow the second law the thermodynamics. It follows only the first law. Matter follows the second law. About the subject we have an article accepted for publishing in Frontier Perspectives (Philadelphia, Templeton University) with my research fellow Davide Fiscaletti.
Evolution of life is a negentropy process that develops towards non entropy state of the universal space. All over the universe matter has an intrinsic tendency to develop into life. The speculation that evolution of life is based on some “energy fluctuations” between universal space and matter makes sense.
Here has to be well defined that universal space is a-temporal. Time exists only as a change (movement) of stellar objects and elementary particles into a-temporal cosmic space. We are born, we live and we die in the same identical a-temporal universal space.
Cosmic space is a-temporal, time is a flow of irreversible material change in a-temporal space. Change does not run in time, change itself are time. Clocks run in a-temporal space, with clocks we measure duration of all change. We are born, we live and we die in the same identical a-temporal space. In the universe phenomena can be divided into two basic groups: temporal phenomena and a-temporal phenomena. For temporal phenomena to exist a movement of elementary particles (time) in a-temporal space is needed: for example light is a temporal phenomena, for its existence the movement of photon through the space is needed. Human body including his/her mind are temporal phenomena, the result of the movement of billions of particles that build up human organism. For a-temporal phenomena to exist no movement of particles (time) in a-temporal space is needed. Gravitation is a-temporal carried directly by the density of a-temporal space, consciousness is a-temporal as well. Prof. Penrose considers consciousness as a result of quantum gravity acting on the neurons of the brain. A-temporal cosmic space is a non entropy state of energy, it has no entropy, this means no change and no time.
Recent research on cosmology (Sorli, Fiscaletti 2005) shows that in black holes matter transforms into energy of universal space and that in Active Galactic Nucleus (AGN) energy of universal space transforms back into matter. The speculations about “the beginning” are irrelevant now, universe is a self-renewing system in a permanent dynamic equilibrium, there was no beginning and no end. Evolution of life is a consisten part of the cosmic dynamics. Cosmic space plays an active role into functionig of the living organism and evolution of life as well.
The experiment with earth-worms is essential for this deeper understanding of the universe and life.
About experiment I published in my book (Timelessness) in 1990 and in several articles in scientific journals:
1. Sorli A. (1997). Gravitational Field Associated with Life?
Newsletter of Monterey Institute for Study of Alternative Healing Arts, California, NR. 18-19
2. Sorli A. (2001). Additional Roundness of Space-Time and Unknown Vacuum Energies in Living Organisms, Frontier Perspectives, Vol 10, Num 2
3. Sorli A (2002). The Additional Mass Of Life, Journal Of Theoretics, Vol 4, Num 2 http://www.journaloftheoretics.com/Article...Sorli-final.htm
In this experiment were controlled:
- temperature in control and experimental test tubes
- pressure in the control and experimental test tubes
Temperature and pressure in control and test tube remained unchanged during the entire experiment. Pressure was 1 atm, temperature of both test tubes remain as the air in lab. Eventual change of temperature could change the condensation of the wetness in the air on the test tubes. Eventual change of the pressure could be a cause for the gas to pass the glass and went out.
With controlling temperature and pressure this two possibilities were excluded.
Eventual change in mass could also be caused by the condensation of the wetness of the air on the surface of the test tubes if the test tubes would have different size. As the form and the size of the control and experimental test tubes were the same the change of the wetness on the surface of the control and test tube was the same during entire experiment. So the change of the wetness in the lab was not the cause of the mass difference.
The remaining possibility for this result could be a mistake caused by the "methodology of the measurement". To avoid this factor were measured 5 grams, 30 grams, 50 grams and 70 grams of earthworms.
The other possibility of the result is a “human factor”. For years I was speculating about that possibility.
Dr. Kaoru Kawada from Japan got the same results with the rats. Rats closed in a plastic container loose the mass at the time of death. He works under the guidance of Dr. Shiuji Inomata. Dr. Inomata informs about their experiment the editor of the journal Newsletter of Monterey Institute for Study of Alternative Healing Arts by fax back in 1997. ( I published in this journal an article about the experiment in 1997 )
After being informed about Kawada and Inomata results I was more convinced that there was no “human factor”.
During poisoning of the worms with formaldehyde I have seen “flashes” of light. I could not believe that. But I speculated that at the time of death of living organism emission of the photons must be extremely strong; one can see it with the eyes. Experiments of Prof. Slawinski confirm my intuition.
Prof. Slawinski experiment shows that bio-photon emission at the time of death is increasing for 10-1000 times.
-Slawinski J. (2005). Photon Emission from Perturbed and Dying Organisms: Biomedical Perspectives, Research in Complementary And Classical Natural Medicine, Vol 12. Num 2 http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/produ...ename=83971.pdf
In this experiment another unusual effect was observed. Immediately after the poisoning 70 grams of worms the mass is increasing for around 60-80 micrograms; as that the worms try to survive by “absorbing” some more energy of the cosmic space. This was really impressive. Is shows that living organism is in active energy exchange with cosmic space. The mass was bigger for 60-80 grams for around 5 minutes and than was decreasing in 15 minutes below 70 micrograms.
In 1986 I came to the idea to measure the weight at the time of death because my thesis was that life is deeply related to the cosmic space that is a non entropy state of energy. I speculate that maybe gravitational force (that is carried directly by the cosmic space) acts differently on the living organism than on the same dead organism.
When I got results there was no theoretical basis for this results. Today there is a basis: “A-temporal Physical Space” (ATPS). Gravitational force is carried directly by its density. In a living organism there is an additional density of ATPS. This additional density plays an active role into functioning of a living organism and plays also an active role in the evolution of life as well.
- Sorli A., Sorli I. (2004). Mathematical Time And Physical Time In The Theory Of Relativity, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 1, Num 4 http://www.ejtp.com/articles/ejtpv1i4p25
- Sorli A., Fiscaletti D. (2005). Active Galactic Nucleus As a Renewing Systems Of the Universe, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 2, Num 6 www.ejtp.com
- Sorl A., Sorli I. (2005) From Space-time to A-Temporal Physical Space, Vol 14, Num 1, Frontier Perspectives (Templeton University, Philadelphia)
Dear Rabindraadhi I'm kindly asking you if you have precise balances in your lab and would have interest to repeat this experiment, that for sure will open new perspectives into understanding of the life and universe itself. I could come to visit your lab for a few days and repeat experiment together with your experts.
Hope to here from you soon.
Yours Sincerely, Amrit Sorli