Summary (11/25/2006)

What we have done are the following:

1. We have found that the pH value of water in a detecting reservoir quantum-entangled with water in a remote reservoir changes in the same direction as that in the remote water when the latter is manipulated under the condition that the water in the detecting reservoir is able to exchange energy with its local environment.

2. We have also found that the temperature of water in a detecting reservoir quantum-entangled with water in a remote reservoir can change against the temperature of its local environment when the latter is manipulated under the condition that the water in the detecting reservoir is able to exchange energy with its local environment.

3. We have further found that the gravity of water in a detecting reservoir quantum-entangled with water in a remote reservoir can change against the gravity of its local environment when the latter was remotely manipulated such that, it is hereby predicted, the gravitational energy/potential is globally conserved.

4. Thus, among other things we have realized non-local signaling using three different physical observables - pH value, temperature and gravity.

Perhaps the most shocking is our experimental demonstration of Newton's instantaneous gravity and Mach's instantaneous connection conjecture and the relationship between gravity and quantum entanglement. Our findings also imply that the properties of all matters can be affected non-locally through quantum entanglement mediated processes. Second, the second law of thermodynamics may not hold when two quantum-entangled systems together with their respective local environments are considered as two isolated systems and one of them is manipulated. Third, gravity has a non-local aspect associated with quantum entanglement thus can be non-locally manipulated through quantum entanglement mediated processes. Fourth, in quantum-entangled systems such as biological systems, quantum information may drive such systems to a more ordered state against the disorderly effect of environmental heat.

On a more fundamental level, our findings shed new lights on the nature and characteristics of quantum entanglement and gravity, reveal the true conflict between quantum theory and Einsteinís theories of relativity, provide vital clues for resolution of the measurement problem in quantum mechanics, and support non-local hidden variable based theories such as Bohmian mechanics and a non-local cosmology.

With respect to applications, our findings enable various quantum entanglement assisted technologies be developed. Some of these technologies can be used to manipulate and/or affect remotely various physical, chemical and/or biological systems including human bodies. Other such technologies can be used for non-local signaling and communications between remote locations of arbitrary distances in various ways. Potentially, some of these technologies can also be used to engineer the gravitational properties of physical matters and develop new types of space vehicles.

Finally, as with many other experimental findings, independent replications are the key to verify our results. Therefore, we urge all interested scientists and the like to do their own experiments to verify and extend our findings.

Huping Hu, Ph.D., J.D.
Chief Scientist and Legal Counsel
Biophysics Consulting Group
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Stony Brook, NY 11790 (USA)
Phone: (718) 358-2085
Fax: (718) 358-2086
E-Mail: hupinghu@quantumbrain.org

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