Light after Life

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If we have an energy field, how long does it live on after we die?

Just this question has been asked – and answered – by Konstantin Korotkov, the noted Russian quantum physicist and professor of what is now called the Russian National University of Informational Technology, Mechanics and Optics, who has created a modern-day version of Kirlian photography.

Kirlian photography

Semyon Davidovich Kirlian, a Russian engineer, discovered that when anything that conducts energy, including human tissue, is placed on a plate made of an insulating material, such as glass, and exposed to high-voltage, high-frequency electricity, the resulting low current creates a halo of coloured light around the object that can be captured on film

Korotkov came up with a means of capturing this mysterious light in real time by creating a mechanism, which he called the Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) technique, which made use of state-of-the-art optics, digitized television matrices and a powerful computer.


If I had a hammer. . .

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I’ve had back issues since I had our first daughter 26 years ago, which may have begun from the shock of the changed centre of gravity during and after the pregnancy, but then got exacerbated over the years by the occupational hazard of spending long hours hunched  in front of a computer. There’s probably a familial component to my condition as well, since my father suffered from the same syndrome—as  my older brother does now.


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