Experimental Reports:

Experimental Report 7:

Liquid Comparison using the Experimental Life Energy Meter

by Heliognosis

On October 1, 2008 Heliognosis began shipping the rev. D of the model LM3 Experimental Life Energy Meter (shown in Figure 1). This revision features greater stability of readings at high amplification, affording a 10x decrease in long term drift and rapid fluctuations. This has dramatically improved the efficacy of the x100, x1000 and x2000 ranges. A list of liquids alongside their relative and absolute readings using the new instrument will be added to this paper as more samples are measured.

Figure 1 
Experimental Life Energy Meter rev. D with small flat plate electrode. From left to right: Olive oil, Flax seed oil, Sunflower Oil, Tap Water, Black Tea, Orange Juice, Milk, Luso Water, Aloe Vera.

Data from the tests: All samples are 10.0 mL. Empty glass test tube absolute reading 0.2%

sample relative absolute brand
olive oil 46 (x100) 0.46% Colavita
sunflower oil 47 (x100) 0.47% Unico
flax seed oil 50 (x100) 0.50% Omega Nutrition, Organic
Tap water 50 (x100) 3.20% Oakville, Ontario, Canada
spring water 55 (x100) 3.25% Luso (Portugal)
Milk 60 (x100) 3.30% Neilson 2%
Orange Juice (pure) 60 (x100) 3.30% Tropicana squeezed
Coffee 64 (x100) 3.34% Loblaws no name
Aloe Vera (99.9%) 68 (x100) 3.38% Fruit of the Earth, Organic
Black Tea 70 (x100) 3.40% Loblaws no name

Absolute readings were achieved by placing an empty test tube on the small flat plate and setting the meter to zero, followed by measuring the sample. For relative readings, the fluids to be measured were grouped according to whether they were water or oil-based. One fluid was selected as the reference sample from each group; flax seed oil for the oil group, and tap water from Oakville, Ontario for the water-based fluids. The reference fluid was calibrated to 50% on the x100 range. Other fluids from the appropriate group were then placed on the plate and measured one at a time. The readings were checked by placing the reference fluid on the plate periodically and adjusting the zero controls to 50% as necessary.