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|Quantum squeezed state analysis of spontaneous ultra weak light photon emission of practitioners of meditation and control subjects
|Wijk, Eduard P A Van
Wijk, Roeland Van
Bajpai, Rajendra P
|Biophotonics;Human;Meditation;Oxidative stress;Photo count distribution;Squeezed state;Ultra-weak photon emission
|Research on human ultra-weak photon emission (UPE) has suggested a typical human emission anatomic percentage distribution pattern. It was demonstrated that emission intensities are lower in long-term practitioners of meditation as compared to control subjects. The percent contribution of emission from different anatomic locations was not significantly different for meditation practitioners and control subjects. Recently, a procedure was developed to analyze the fluctuations in the signals by measuring probabilities of detecting different numbers of photons in a bin and correct these for background noise. The procedure was tested utilizing the signal from three different body locations of a single subject, demonstrating that probabilities have non-classical features and are well described by the signal in a coherent state from the three body sites. The values indicate that the quantum state of photon emitted by the subject could be a coherent state in the subject being investigated. The objective in the present study was to systematically quantify, in subjects with long-term meditation experience and subjects without this experience, the photon count distribution of 12 different locations. Data show a variation in quantum state parameters within each individual subject as well as variation in quantum state parameters between the groups.
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|IJEB Vol.46(05) [May 2008]
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