FEI WANG

11/18/2013

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VOLUNTEER 1 - AMY

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VOLUNTEER 2 - LAUREN

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VOLUNTEER 3 - LAURA

Time of test: 7:35PM

Tests conducted:    
     

EEGThis test was unfortunately inconclusive due to the equipment moving on the subjects head. The readings become inaccurate prior to the trigger being actuated.

Respiratory Respiratory responses were normal and remained so  throughout the testing (avg. 18 breaths per minute)

Heart RateAverage sustained heart rate is 102.9 BPM. There were no significant changes in heart rate however the heart rate did drop by 1 BPM when the trigger was pushed. This result is not significant.

Galvanic Skin Response – There was a noticeable response concerning GSR that occurred during the time of triggering.  The skin conductivity decreased from 320KOhms to 440KOhms followed by a gradual and unstable increase in conductivity for the remainder of the test.

Blood Pressure – prior to the testing, Laura’s blood pressure was 118/68, after the test her blood pressure was 116/72.  Not a significant drop but it should be noted that both subjects who felt the energy had a subsequent drop in BP. The one person who didn't feel the energy had an increase in BP.

Thermal photos - While the series of photos appear to show a different heat response between Fei and Michael (the control subject), on closer examination it seems we need to study these photos further.  When a new and hotter heat subject is introduced into the picture, the color scales change. This may be causing an erroneous estimation of what is going on in the photo.  We will look closer to verify.

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