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  1. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/07/01/scientists-witness-woman-with-exceptional-powers-of-mind-rapidly-grow-a-plant-from-a-seed/ "...providing an explanation for what happened here is literally impossible right now, despite the fact that it happened repeatedly. http://superconsciousness.com/blog/manipulating-time-chinas-extraordainry-human-potential-research An exerpt from the above: "One famous woman in China known for her life-long abilities, Ms. Chulin Sun, has worked in special agricultural laboratories. She utilizes her developed abilities to accelerate the germination of specific seeds for the purposes of developing more robust seed stock for China’s marginal agricultural growing areas. To do this work, Ms. Sun puts herself into a deep trance state in which it is observed that she moves into a different time/space. Within this trance, she is able to advance the time required for sprouting dry seeds from their usual 3 to 4 days to a mere 10 minutes, generating a sprout growth of 3 to 4 inches. Genetic samples are analyzed from these ‘mind-interfaced’ sprouts, showing a marked change in their genetic structure. Even more interesting is that the video tapes from the recording of this phenomenon consistently show a time distortion: taped recordings show the seed growth as “jerky”; 1mm or 2mm of length suddenly appearing on film during the 10 minutes as the 3 to 4 inches of sprout growth. However, Ms. Sun reports that during her focus, “the growing sprouts appear as a continuous and smooth motion.” Additionally near-by clocks will show the full 10 minutes of time passed, but the cameras will sometimes produce only 1 minute of film time. This temporal anomaly is still unexplained, and after decades of rigorous observation and documentation, the EHF scientists continue to be “perplexed, baffled, bewildered.” I keep finding more links and real true seeming knowledge and science backing this up. Seeing the effects of Chi as demonstrated by my father as well as an internal arts sifu in real life I want to believe. //// http://zeniclinic.com/2011/04/dna/ A member of the Chinese Somatic Science Research Institute, she is a practitioner of Waiqi. Waiqi is a type of qigong that teaches the practitioner to bring the qi energy of traditional Chinese medicine under the control of the mind. / "Seeds treated with qi energy can germinate and root for several cm within about 20 min. It takes control seeds at 23 [degrees] C a week to grow to the same length. This qi effect is impossible under normal rules of growth and development. According to earlier work, qi energy can change the structure of some cellular organs such as the mitochondria (Wang et al., 1998) and also influence the metabolism of cells (Chien et al., 1991; Zhang and Dong, 1998)." ////// Real or not, this is a bit beyond my capabilities as a plant guy atm. Amazing though and I wanted to share. Thoughts, comments or info go for it. Appropriate references are key though. AGP
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