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Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 BY: Sheng Zujia (Fudan University, Graduate Department of Genetics) The formal establishment of the Somatic Science Society and the publication of the Chinese Journal of Somatic Science, which had been under consideration for some time, marks the birth of a new branch of science. There are two unusual aspects to this science. First, its contents and its name are not exactly the same. According to its title, it should include anatomy and human biology, but it does not. In the broad sense, somatic science includes ESP and PK, Chinese traditional medicine and Qigong. In the narrow sense, somatic science thus refers to research into paranormal capabilities. The discussion in this article is limited to the latter. That is, the human abilities discussed in this article are not common biological functions, but are several uncommon special physiological functions, that is, what is commonly referred to as paranormal functions. Secondly, it is just because of the special nature of the object of its research that somatic science has not yet received wide spread recognition. Some people believe that paranormal functions are magic tricks and that magic is not a natural science. Here, I will use my own experiences to explain that paranormal functions are not witchcraft: 1, The special abilities of magicians are learned though the practice of tricks, and some persons with paranormal abilities have some natural paranormal abilities without any training. This paranormal abilities are sometimes unknown even to the person himself[1]. 2, A number of persons with paranormal abilities have achieved these abilities through training, however, this training is completely different from the tricks practiced by magicians, so it is often called inducement. For example, in an experiment conducted by the Electrical Engineering Department of Fudan University , the ESP subjects were all average young girls. After undergoing training for a short period of time, they were able to break matches in a film canister without touching the canister. It is hard to believe that they had learned how to open up the film canister and break the matches and then re-close the film canister without detection while being observed by many people. However, it should be known that during the training they may have made contact with the film canister, but did not have to touch the matches themselves. The training was primarily limited to concentration. 3, The tricks of the trade for magicians are all fabricated by themselves. However, in the experiment mentioned Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 above, we prepared the items. The matches were placed into the canister after I had marked them, and I and the subjects sat unmoving during the entire course of the experiments. No one left the room. 4, The magician's tricks are always successful. During the experiment, the subjects were successful at times and unsuccessful at other times. Another example is the thought transference experiment I conducted in my home. I wrote down three three digits numbers and gave one each to ESP subjects. There were only the four of us present, and no one left the room. The ESP subjects then used thought transference to send signals to three ESP subjects at an Electrical Engineering Department laboratory a kilometer or two away. These subjects told an instructor who remained at their sides at all times what signals they had received. The instructors then immediately called me on the telephone and informed me of what numbers the subjects had received. On one occasion, all three numbers were correct, once some of the numbers were correct, and on two occasions the numbers were all incorrect. In this sort of experiment, trickery is impossible. If some trickery were involved, why were the numbers always correct? It is hard to believe that this was because they were not good enough at their trickery or that they intentionally missed some numbers to make it look like it was not magic. Furthermore, during the match breaking experiment, even when it was announced that those successful would win a prize, some of the experiments failed, and yet succeeded when no prize was offered. It is hard to believe that this was done on purpose. Can it be stated that this is not experimental proof? However, the force of common sense cannot be underestimated. I ask you, if a number of girls are trained for a short period of time and then are able to perform feats that ar impossible for a top magician to perform, when the persons conducting the training were ordinary physics professors who had not studied magic themselves, and when the girls training was limited to concentration and not magic, is the result of the training ESP or magic. It is not difficult to reach a reasonable conclusion using commons sense. Scientific experiments must be repeatable. As I have stated earlier, with this lack of repeatability, can we believe that the ESP experiments are experimental proof? At times, the failure of the experiments are explained as resulting from the subject being in an bad emotional state. Is this not just an excuse to cover up. At other times, failure is explained as being due to the skepticism of the observers. Is this not "it only works if you believe in it?" One must remember that in ESP experiment, there are both the experimenter and the subject. In conditioned reflex experiment, when a person suddenly appears it can cause a dog to lose a conditioned reflex. It this happens with a dog, what about human Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 beings? If this happens with conditioned reflexes, what about ESP? However, what is more important is that in general, it is already known that ESP abilities can be repeated, and furthermore, they can be repeated in different areas, different laboratories, and with different ESP subjects. Take thought transference for example. In an experiment last Summer Vacation, four out of five thought transferences between Shanghai and Changzhou or Taixing were completely successful. As for experiment such as breaking matches, I have also seen ten year old children in an elementary school in Kunming successfully carry out this experiment after training. The difference was that the object broken was a piece of chalk and not a match. Perhaps some people will say that they have personally discovered some people who claim to have ESP abilities who were tricksters. The tricksters fall into one of the following categories: First, is where the person who claims to have ESP abilities knows that he does not actually have these abilities, but is only conducting a sham in order to get money or something else. The second is where the person actually believes he has ESP abilities. They are not subjectively making anything up, but objectively are not genuine. For example, a person who claims to be able to change the weather, and can cause the sky to be, clear when the weather forecast is for rain. A strict statistical analysis will discover that he does not genuinely have this ability. The third is a person who actually has ESP abilities will fake it at times. I have already pointed out that ESP experiments are not always successful. Because of the psychological pressure, when the experiments are successful, it is possible that something is faked. Some children who pretend during the process of trying to read characters with their ears belong to this category. However, in the thorough transfer experiments mentioned before conducted in my home, the only way this could be faked would have been if I had told the persons receiving the thought signals the three separate three digit numbers before hand. If we eliminate any possibility of fakery, and still do not believe that this was done through ESP, then the only answer was that the correct answer was due to a lucky guess. However, the probability of guessing the number was one in one billion. When such an event occurs one time, it is worth noting. What about thought transference experiments which are already achieving significant results like normal physiology experiments? Finally, perhaps some people will ask that even if these phenomenon are not the result of some magical act my a magician, since they are so undefinable, so at odds with modern science and the objective world, how can it be called a science? Actually, breakthroughs in natural sciences often have to go through a process where it is difficult to accept them. Darwin's proposal of Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 the theory of evolution was not initially well received. The Morganists geneticists were called reactionary and idealists. Furthermore, "a number of major historical scientific breakthroughs were the result of the discovery of 'abnormal' empirical facts. The difficulty in theoretical explanation of black radiation energy distribution and the Michelson - Morley experiment refuting 'ether drift' were all this sort of 'abnormal' events for classical physics prior to the end of the 19th century." (Extracted from page nine of the first volume of "China Journal of Somatic Science".) It is no wonder that there should be debate over new things. In the end, history will determine who is right. As for the debate in genetics, there are scientific historians conducting research on this in China and in other countries. The current debate over ESP will provide scientific historians in the future with valuable materials. There may be people who will also say that even if ESP is not some trick, even if these phenomena cannot currently be explained or denied, do the accumulation of a number of phenomena be called a branch of science. Actually, a number of phenomena can only be called a branch of science when they can be theoretically strung together. With this definition, it would be better to say that somatic science has been born, but has not yet matured. However, we should look at the work done in the past ten years. A number of laws have already been discovered in the confusing array of phenomena. For example, in experiments where characters were determined using ESP, it was discovered that a "screen" appeared before the forehead in the process of determining the character [ 2 ] . It is worth noting that this sort of "screen" effect is not limited to character determination. This "screen" affect occurs in the process of in thought transference, PK, and automatic writing (see page seven of this issue). There is now further knowledge of the "screen" effect in thought transference. For example, in addition to characters and words in the thought transference, the signals also include the shape and color of objects. The form in the "screen" is motionless, but because at different times the same object appears facing a different direction on the "screen", the person receiving the signals can tell from this that the object is slowly turning (Wang Boyang et al). Currently, for short sentences, though transference has been achieved at distances of more than 1,000 kilometers (from Shanghai to Beijing). In short distance experiments, signals of as many as 41 characters can be sent. It is not currently possible to say what the limits for the distances and amount of signals for thought transference. Experimental results indicate that thought sensing uses the "screen" effect, so visual signals can be transferred, while sound and taste signals cannot (Wang Boyang et al). The results of this res,earch illustrates that progress has been made in determining the basis of phenomenon in ESP. This progress is slow because of the Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 following reasons: 1, It is the biological function of ESP that is being studied and not ordinary biological functions, so standard research methods are lacking. 2, This is a branch of science which has not been recognized. Most of its research and instructional units are not formal named units. Because it is not a listed science, it is not listed as a research topic funded by the National Natural Science Foundation. 3, It is difficult to prove the results. Although there is currently this publication "China Journal of Somatic Science" in which the results of research can be published, as long as this science is not publicly recognized, public acceptance of the results of this research will be a problem. 4, Also related to the points above is the fact that there is a lack of newcomers among the researchers and the researchers are usually working on their own time or are retired persons. There are major problems, but on one hand knowledge of the patterns of ESP is gradually becoming more thorough and on the other hand, there are a number of people who are conducting theoretical explorations and have proposed some hypotheses. There is no reason to doubt that some day there will be an explanation of the principles at work in ESP, and that ESP will even have its won system of theories. When this happens, somatic science will have come of age. It is still an infant. What can we demand of an infant? If we hope this infant matures as quickly as possible, we must nurture it as much as possible. What is the nature of somatic science? Most of those conducting research into ESP were those studying physics. This may have been because many ESP phenomena did not fit into the present framework of physics and it confused them. It seemed that spacial obstacles did not exist. Objects seemed to leave signals behind after they were no longer there, and so on. It seemed that every discovery attacked a traditional concept of physics. Therefore, these physicists believed that new discoveries in physics might occur in ESP research. Furthermore, all of these phenomena occurred with human input, and it could be fairly well determined that they occurred with input from human brain activity. Quite a few scientists pointed out some time ago that the final barrier to be surmounted by life sciences were the secrets of the human brain. Since ESP is a phenomenon which occurs with input from the human brain, then thorough study of these phenomena will of necessity assist in an understanding of the human brain. For an example, new breakthroughs in life sciences may also occur in somatic science research. People have historically paid a great deal of attention to boundary sciences. ESP research should lead to the appearance of boundary sciences. Think about the several phenomena which cannot be understood by current theories of physics such as telekinesis which are all produced by interaction of the "thoughts" Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 of a person with ESP abilities. Could this not lead people to consider it from the viewpoint of boundary science? Somatic science is a science which has difficulty in gaining acceptance. It is also a very difficult science. Furthermore it is a science which is very vulnerable to interference. ESP training is very simple in form, as it is primarily meditation. As for non visual recognition of characters, through concentration, a "screen" appears in front of the forehead, requiring the characters to appear on the "screen". The practice of Buddhism requires quiet contemplation and meditation. Perhaps a "screen" also appears in this process, and the image on the screen is misinterpreted as enlightenment. Therefore, ESP has been tainted with superstition, and people have even used this for swindling. In addition, there is a definite relationship between ESP and Qigong, because both are the result of an internal awakening. Qigong is a component part of Chinese medicine. It is as valuable in practice as acupuncture. However, in its long history, Qigong has developed into a multitude of different schools with good and bad intermingled. This conditions could have an adverse effect on somatic science research. Even if they do not have any ulterior motive, a number of publications which tend toward mysticism or religion may also have a negative effect on the healthy development of somatic science. All of this sort of things will cause a scientist to be suspicious, to cause an adverse reaction, to cause him to raise his guard against it or pass it by. However, if it is a branch science worth devoting oneself to, then we should not refrain from carrying out a worthy task because of a slight risk. ESP research, in addition to its scientific significance, will also have important applications. The possibility exists that thought transference can be used as a sort of secure communications. However, even more important is we cannot now even predict what its applications may be. Basic research is conducted for the purpose of exploring natural laws, and in general, basic research within the framework of current knowledge often has an unexpected effect on engineering technology[3]. I cannot believe that such thoroughgoing research into the basic nature of man and the universe can help but produce some profound effect on human life. [1]. Song Kongzhi et al, "Research in Human Paranormal Abilities", 2(1989), p 59. [2]. Shao Laisheng, Zhu Yiyi, "Research in Human Paranormal Abilities, 2(1989), p 77. [3]. Sheng Zujia, "China Journal of Somatic Science", 4(1989), p 1. Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 LN132-92 EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF THOUGHT TRANSFERENCE BY: Shao Laisheng, Yu Huihua, Shen Yunhu and Fang Linhu (Fudan University Department of Electrical Engineering) ABSTRACT This article introduces progress we have made in the study of thought transference in the past three years. It also presents a preliminary discussion of the results of our experiments. Currently we have achieved thought transference at a distance of more than 1,000 kilometers. The signals sent can be numbers, characters or images and colors. The success rate of the experiments was also fairly high. The results of different experiments indicate a potential practical value to thought transference. Thought transference is a means of communications between people through no known means or human sensory organs. It relies on a potential energy of the human mind to achieve long distance transference of signals. The mechanism is still not clear. There has been little research on this in China. It has been systematically studied by ranking institutes in the United States such as Stanford. However, because there are potential national defense military applications, most have military or national security organ participation, so there have been few reports made public. We began by inducing the thought transference potential of the personnel in the experiment. We conducted experimental research for over three years. We fully determined the objective existence of human thought transference. At the present time, we have already achieved long distance signal transference over more than 1,000 kilometers. The signals transferred can be numbers, characters or can be images or colors. The success rate of the experiments was fairly high. This article presents a preliminary discussion of the design and results of the experiments. During the experiments, the personnel were divided into two groups, one for sending and one for receiving. Each group was composed of from one to several research personnel and experiment subjects and was at either point A or point B. Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 The subjects of the experiments were young men and women about 20 years old. They were workers or farmers with a junior middle school education. They did not have any ESP capabilities at first, and ESP and PK abilities were induced. On this basis, through a short term training in thought transference, they possessed thought transference paranormal abilities. As the experiments went on, their transference abilities, including their success rates in experiments of transference distance and signal quantity, continued to improve. All of the research personnel conducting the experiments were instructors. None possessed any paranormal abilities. Site Selection: Either ordinary laboratories or someplace outdoors. The distances between the sending and receiving sites were from several tens of meters to several hundred kilometers and more. It was required that all signal transmissions by all known means of communications between the two sites be cut off, including all direct or indirect contact through sound, images and smells as well as personnel traffic. The transferred signals were generally written on paper. These are called samples, and were usually prepared and provided by persons at the sites who were not the research personnel or subjects of the experiment. These steps were taken to avoid any effects from interaction between research personnel, researcher personnel and the subjects of the experiments or among the subjects themselves as well as to avoid any type of trickery. During the experiments, the research personnel at the sending group would randomly select samples, having the subjects of that group open up the samples and send out the information on the paper (character, shape, etc). After several minutes or a little more of entering into an ESP quiet stage, the subjects would state that information had already been transmitted and the transmission time would be noted down. The subjects at the receiving site would "await" for the arrival of the signals at the appointed time. When they received the information, they would write down on paper the information they received and the time they received it and would give the paper to the research personnel. Finally the researcher personnel at the transmitting and the receiving group would check the information on the samples and the information received, ending the experiment. THE "SCREEN PHENOMENON" OF THOUGHT TRANSFERENCE In a great number of experimental studies, the ESP subjects state that in the process of ESP or PK, a "screen" appears in front of their forehead, and from the "screen" they can receive a sense of the contents or the object to be moved. This is called the "screen phenomenon"[2]. Before the "screen" appears, most subjects Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 experience entering a quiet state. In thought transference experiments, both those sending the information and those receiving the information had to have the "screen" appear in front of their foreheads in order for the information to be transmitted. We call the length of time the "screen" flashes the transmission or reception time. 1. Induction Experiments: Late in 1987, we induced seven young men and women. They already possessed paranormal abilities such as ESP. The information transferred was three digit numbers. The senders would select any one of 15 samples. If all the receivers received the number correctly, it was called a total success. A partial success means that some of the receivers received the number correctly. A failure means that all the receivers numbers were incorrect. The experiment is generalized in Table One. In 37 experiments, 38 percent or 14 experiments were total successes. There were partially successes 41 percent of the time, or in 15 experiments. This is a very high success rate. HJ I5'j 1987.12. 8^'1988. 1. 19 1988. 1. 20^-26 1988. 3. 4^10 1988. 3.12- 4.13 (~ s1 ~St-c g 9xFtr#t4-~C ~z~aN,fh ~a[] 4`~f7 5 ~1 h Q TME V, 600 ! E) T4- k.)A 11J n 7 7 i 7 3 3 )A t 1 1 plc to, 2 3 YX TABLE ONE: THE INDUCING EXPERIMENTS 1. Stage: 2. First stage. 3. Second stage. 4. Third stage. 5. Fourth Stage. 6. Contents. 7. Time. 8. Conditions. 9. Sending and receiving group both in the same room, or inside and outside the same room. 10. Sending and receiving group on different floors of the same building. 11. Between the Fudan Union and Science Building, a distance of about 600 meters. 12. Between Fudan University and Hongkou Park, a distance of about five kilometers. 13. Results: 14. Total successes. 15. Partial successes. 16. Failures. 17. Occasions. 2. Experiments in Transferring Different Information. Illustration One are samples transmitted and received in a thought transference experiment between the Physics Building at Fudan University and Hongkou Park. The transferred information included numbers, Characters and shapes. Illustration two shows the samples Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 of two experiments between the Physics Building and Science Building of Fudan University on 14 and 15 December of the same year. The samples transmitted were randomly organized six digits numbers written with red, green or blue ink pens. While the receivers wrote down the six digit numbers, they also indicated correctly the color of each digit. AaA CO 4, Ul- u c; 20043 3 f)-O .4A Ok Iv MITI 4 if". it r, CI/V/. 1. '(8r 1. 7 1. Sample sent. 2. Receiver group notations. Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 i is 0. 4/(7574 s ( '1 lz 1 6M 31c .3/x17/ 6.3.9? .7 r3 I9k1,ii,l ~'~ 5 z, .4 -2t .% 170. /2. /g 1. Sample sent. 2. Receiver Notations. 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Three hours and 16 minutes. 24. 900125. 25. Pang. 26. Huang. 27. Two hours and 31 minutes. 28. Object: a teacup. 29. Ji. 30. Zhang. 31. Two hours and 42 minutes. 32. It is currently drizzling rain in Shanghai. 33. Pang. 34. Yin. 35. Two hours and 30 minutes. 3. Experiments with extended distances and the phenomenon of time differential: Table Two shows the results of a thought transference experiment in early 1990 between Shanghai and Taixing. Tables Three through Five show the results of thought transference experiments late int he same year between Fudan University in Shanghai and the Beijing Institute of Aerospace Medical Engineering. The experiments turned out very good. Illustrations Three through Five are surprisingly long distance thought transference time differential of up to several hours, and even as much as 20 hours. 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Time differential between transmission time and receipt time. 12. Flowers are in bloom and the moon is full. 13. Wu Xiaohong. 14. Midnight. 15. The flowers are in bloom and the moon is full. 16. Pang Fei. 17. About ten hours. 18. Yin Xuefang. 19. Ji Meiyun. 20. About 24 hours. 21. Yin Xuefang. 22. Ji Meiyun. 23. About 25 hours. 24. Empress Heitao. 25. Wu Xiaohong. 26. Empress Heitao. 27. Pang Fei. 28. About two hours. 29. Yin Xuefang. 30. Ji Meiyun. 31. About two hours. 32. Yin Xuefang. 33. Ji Meiyun. 34. About two hours. 35. I love my country. 36. Wu Xiaohong. 37. I love my country. 38. Pang Fei. 39. About 1.5 hours. Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000300090001-5 FI 3 x amq wvivj- 3ti ' 6 HM -7 4t-f Jg ME PVq 94UU In 61A 11/20 14 30,14 42 A k E" MY 13 11.20 19 r 13 BA9 E 15 y 5 +6'J'/j, 11/20 14 r 19,14 32 6971 ? l Z 11.20 19 r 14 6971 10, Epp 1 $