Dr. Lyubimov, Head of the Laboratory of Neurocybernetics at the Moscow Brain Research Institute Academy of Medical Sciences conducted a research study to provide an initial, but rigorous evaluation of the effects of CT on the electrical activity of the human brain, as measured by the electroencephalogram, or EEG. See letter from Dr Lyubimov,
The following is a brief summary of the testing methods and results achieved.
Six subjects were studied. Each person participated in two one-hour test trials. They wore a standardized electrode cap. All data was recorded and stored on a hard disk. All subjects were seated in a room approximately 12’ x 14’ within a large three story office building.
Measurements of brain wave activity (EEG) were recorded for each subject, once without CT connected to the electrical supply of the building and once with the Coherence Technology connected to the electrical supply of the building.
When the CT was connected to the electrical supply, an increase in specific organization of electrical activities occurred in all of the test subjects, i.e. brain wave activity became more orderly. The researcher noted, “...this means more creativity, less stress, greater productivity, and improved health.” *
* Increases in EEG brain wave coherence have been scientifically correlated with increased creativity, improved task performance, faster reaction time, improved learning ability, improved grades in school, higher moral reasoning, increased IQ, etc.